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USER COMMENTS BY “ CHRIS G P ”
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News Item5/28/19 4:59 PM
Chris G P | England  Find all comments by Chris G P
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I haven’t yet come across any of these drag queen library events as such, and haven’t yet heard of any junior drag queen activities involving young boys in adult clubs as has happened recently in USA or Canada. That is not to say that these things have not already have happened.

What we have tragically had is a rush of children going to the infamous transgender medical clinic here in London, the Tavistock Institute, which is part of the state run NHS health service. There have been some unpleasant activities of schools forcing acceptance of transgenderism on the other pupils, parents, and in one case in a Church of England school, it caused the angry resignation of the local vicar who was also a governor of the school and did not agree with this policy, but basically was undermined by both the doctrinaire headmistress and his diocesan bishop.


News Item5/28/19 4:59 PM
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I haven’t yet come across any of these drag queen library events as such, and haven’t yet heard of any junior drag queen activities involving young boys in adult clubs as has happened recently in USA or Canada. That is not to say that these things have not already have happened.

What we have tragically had is a rush of children going to the infamous transgender medical clinic here in London, the Tavistock Institute, which is part of the state run NHS health service. There have been some unpleasant activities of schools forcing acceptance of transgenderism on the other pupils, parents, and in one case in a Church of England school, it caused the angry resignation of the local vicar who was also a governor of the school and did not agree with this policy, but basically was undermined by both the doctrinaire headmistress and his diocesan bishop.


News Item5/28/19 2:45 AM
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I don’t have the luxury of car driving, unless someone gives me a lift, or on a rare time when I have money, and necessity of speed to take a taxi, as I have never had a driving licence, and not usually money for a car anyway!!

I walk, get buses, trains, tubes, and so on ( even trams when I have visited the places that have them).

That’s how I have generally travelled for all of my life. I have used a few commercial planes too, when I worked in Continental Europe, and once, when my late sister was learning to fly a small plane, I went up once with her instructor and even handled the controls briefly!!


News Item5/27/19 5:11 AM
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Another thought occurs to me. Didn’t the converted occult practitioners of Ephesus burn all their books and equipment in the book of Acts, and was not a maid slavr who was used as a spiritistic medium by her masters delivered by Paul and Silas, which led to their brief imprisonment by the magistrates of Philippi?

News Item5/27/19 12:43 AM
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I don’t know whether this Vision Church of Atlanta is a straight down the line liberal Protestant mainline church, or if it is an “Emerging” self-professed “Progressive Evangelical” Church, (I haven’t troubled myself looking up their website).

This is nothing more than demonic deception. The hiss of the serpent is all over it. Has this lady never read anything of what the Bible says about these wicked practices. They are condemned, and the penalty in the OT was death. King Saul, the first king of Israel list his life for this very thing.

The apostles Paul, Peter, James, Jude and John are clear about these practices, and where the practitioners end up, (unless they repent and get right with God).


News Item5/27/19 12:15 AM
Chris G P | England  Find all comments by Chris G P
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From what I understand from my distant position here in Britain, is that there are some folks in the leadership of the Southern Baptists and of some of their theological colleges who are fully committed to the “social justice” and “race awareness” agenda, and who are very weak and wobbly on LGBT and feminist issues.

I also understand that this problem of baptising pre-puberty children when they walk forward after an altar call without proper examination or doctrinal instruction, and while they are being brainwashed in the state owned public schools (temples of evolution, transgenderism, LGBT rights, abortion and libertarianism., as well as environmentalism earth worship), is a major problem in the SBC. They may not have infant baptism as such, but they are not far off that!! I also understand Freemasonry for pastors, deacons and other church officers is a huge problem and has been repeatedly swept under the carpet. No wonder the SBC is in a mess.


News Item5/26/19 11:59 PM
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We have just heard the sickening hypocrisy of the devoutly Somali Muslim Representative from the district in Minneapolis in the US Congress, give a speech in her hijab in the middle of Ramadan attacking the “religious fundamentalists on the right” (I.e. truly Biblical Evangelical Christians), for their opposition to the “women’s right to choose and to access reproductive healthcare” !!

What a cheek. Here is a religious fundamentalist of the Muslim Faith, who would no doubt oppose abortion in her own country of origin, and her own community there in Minneapolis, and who knows only too well what her religion teaches about such things as immorality, LGBT issues, (throw them off buildings), and yet she has the gall to support unlimited abortion in the House of Representatives and oppose those states that have passed anti-abortion laws. This is takiyya (“sanctified lying”), in action!!!


News Item5/26/19 11:36 PM
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It is indeed sickening to read and hear of these wicked and scandalous priests abusing children, (the majority of it homosexual, though some priests abused girls as well).

The bishops and ultimately the Vatican swept these things under the carpet, moving guilty clergy around, some of these prelates were actively involved themselves, as with the previous now laicised former Cardinal Archbishop of Washington DC, now residing in an obscure friary somewhere as a lay brother guest, but with no charge or penalty for his crimes.

Sadly, as we have been informed on SA News, the evangelical churches should not be self satisfied at the terrible revelations of the Catholic Church scandals, as tragically we have had some of our own scandals, and it shows all too well, the work of the enemy to destroy our testimony and witness. We constantly need to be close to the Lord, to His Word, and to be sober and to be vigilant as Peter the Apostle tells us, as the enemy goes about as a roaring lion, seeking to deceive and devour us. May we be strong in the Lord, and holy as He is holy.


News Item5/26/19 8:43 PM
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Actually the kingdom of Poland, as it then was did respond well to the Protestant Reformation in the 16th century. I believe one of the Polish kings at that time, though not formally Protestant, was very sympathetic to the Reformation.

Sadly what ruined it was the division and dissension between Lutheran and Reformed Churches; they refused to work together, even against the Roman Church and the Catholic prelates, and a great heresy of Unitarianism and Socinianism developed under the mask of Protestantism, which caused disgust.

The Catholic authorities brought in the newly founded Jesuit Order, and there was a change of kings, I believe with the new one not being very friendly at all to the Protestant Reformation. This effectively destroyed the Protestant churches in Poland and won back Poland to the Catholic Church.

I haven’t heard it for a long time, but Dr Alan Cairns of Faith FPC did a sermon on the Polish Reformation in one of his Reformation Day series some years back, here on SA.


News Item5/25/19 9:00 PM
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Saddam Hussein, with his dissolute sons, was indeed a wicked and most unpleasant tyrant.

He did however offer the Iraqi Christians some basic protection, provided they kept out of politics and did not evangelise Muslims.

Unfortunately, when President Bush the younger, and our British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, took it in their heads after 9/11 to partly blame Saddam Hussein for that outrage, (even though Al Qaeda hated him and had him in their crosshairs to oppose him), and to whip up the “Weapons dossier”, they had no idea how to replace the tyrant they had got rid of.

The result in the ensuing anarchy that followed was that Iraq was effectively carved up between Shia militia areas, Sunni fanatics that later formed the basis for ISIS, and some Kurdish areas, most of which, apart from the Kurds were hostile to the Christians. This combined with political correctness in the West to ignore what happened to the Christians ended up in a recipe for disaster.


News Item5/18/19 3:53 AM
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The clinical subtle or maybe not so subtle version of the old Canaanite religion of infant sacrifice and ritual prostitution is certainly alive and well in certain US states, and in many Western countries, including my own of Britain.

I do praise the Lord for those states and governments that are making a great stand for life, and for the protection in law of unborn babies in the womb. May God honour those law makers, but we must be aware that the enemy will not give up his hold easily, and the Secularist Leftists, and their liberal religious bedfellows in the main apostate churches, will keep up the pressure.

Tragically, many evangelicals are deeply compromised with scandals relating to money, sex, power and false doctrine, and combined with the long running saga of the Catholic paedophile scandals, had rendered the professed Christian voice in many places, unable to make any kind of reasonable opposition to liberal states such as California, New York, Vermont and so on.


News Item5/18/19 2:54 AM
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I think that this independent island which has survived despite being stripped of international recognition and was thrown out of the UN many years ago to accommodate Communist China, may well have cost herself her independence, by this foolish action, and be easy picking for an increasingly aggressive Communist China to seize her and take her over.

News Item5/18/19 2:48 AM
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I believe Australia may well do very badly in the coming Rugby World Cup.

This man will be honoured by God, though he lose all his riches.

It shows the wonderful product of the missionaries of 200 or so years ago, who at the cost of their lives and health often, went to the South Sea islands to preach the gospel, very often where there were even cannibalistic practices. Today those islands are solidly and evangelically Christian.

Many rugby players come from these societies, and stand firm in the faith, and they will not compromise to suit the decadent desires of Western secularist liberals.


News Item5/18/19 2:42 AM
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This is just Romans 1 in action.

This is a young woman who has got into power in the US Congress, in the House of Representatives, who believes that she has the right to do what she wants with her body, and standing in defiance before the face of God.

What about the right of the baby in the womb? This wicked Canaanite religion of Molech, Chemosh, Baal and Astarte is still very much alive today, even if it’s priests and priestesses are not literally bowing down in literal temples to literal idols. God will have them in derision as it says in Psalm 2, and He will confound their counsels.


News Item5/16/19 7:04 AM
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Meanwhile, to return back to the original subject of this thread, that is of North Korea, let us pray for the dear believers there, both in the camps, and “at liberty” in the impoverished towns, villages and communal farms, who dare not sing psalms or hymns, accompanied or unaccompanied, because the neighbours, even their own children, or guards will hear them, denounce them, and they be beaten and tortured or even killed for their faith.

News Item5/16/19 7:00 AM
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Bless you folks. The unaccompanied psalms versus accompanied hymns and psalms controversy is a very strong one, particularly in Reformed circles.

If I visited my old church today from 40 years ago, when I was baptised as a believer, I would be singing unaccompanied psalms only. However that was not the case when I was baptised, as in those days, (under the same pastor!!), we sang traditional hymns, accompanied by an organ in the church on Sundays, or by a piano in the hall for the midweek Bible study and prayer meeting. I even was asked to choose a hymn for my baptism. (“I heard the voice of Jesus say”).

My difficulty with unaccompanied psalms only, is it means I am always looking forward, to Jesus death on the cross to come, not looking back to it being already done, the psalms speak of playing on the harp and psaltery, etc., and most grievously, in those churches, I can never sing the NT name of Jesus in worship, but can only refer to him in veiled OT references.


News Item5/16/19 6:27 AM
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Yes, I must admit that I am surprised that very strong Reformed and non-Reformed IFB churches gave up on head coverings for women in worship in the 1960’s, and do not practice this today, apart from a very small number, including the church where some 40 years ago, (which is now under the same pastor!!), I was baptised as a believer.

I think what happened was that as hat wearing in the secular world outside went out of fashion for both men and women, (men wore hats too, but obviously took them off in church), many evangelical churches regrettably said culture had changed, and as long as women had distinctive long hair, that would be sufficient as head covering.

Sadly, that soon slipped, and many ladies even in strong Reformed and IFB churches, let alone of course, the modern neo-evangelical churches, have short uncovered hair, and some even wear trouser suits.

Ironically, to go back to the Anglican missionary evangelical churches, the African and Asian women still firmly wear head coverings, though whether that is tradition, or is actually done for biblical reasons, I do not know.


News Item5/16/19 5:07 AM
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general women’s ordination, which is what Beth Moore wants. I fear that this as well as the “Social Justice” agenda, and a weakening of the biblical position on LGBT etc., issues, is where the SBC is actually heading, if it is not checked drastically.

I do believe that some very good solid evangelical denominations and churches, regrettably made a grievous error, when they scrapped the Biblical requirement for head covering for women in the 1960’s, and only a very few groups of Reformed, a few isolated IFB churches, the Brethren Assemblies, and some tiny independent Pentecostal groups continue this practice today.


News Item5/16/19 5:02 AM
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I have seen videos of this woman in action, both at women’s conference, (where a woman biblically can teach as long as no man is present, and she has the responsible covering of her male church elders, which probably is not likely in her case), and to a mixed audience, which is not allowed biblically.

Putting aside the obvious problems of the above situations, she spouts forth an ecumenical message, joining all the churches together, and promotes such unbiblical practices as so-called contemplative prayer. Her manner seems to be very strident, and her eyes seem very piercing, definitely not a “quiet and meek spirit”, as in 1 Peter 3 v 4.

The tragedy is women have so much to offer in the church without violating biblical requirements, or seeking for positions they are not allowed to have in scripture. I don’t just mean cooking food, or doing the teas, and flowers, though that is an excellent ministry. They can pray, they can get alongside and counsel younger and vulnerable women, they can evangelise other women one in one, they can act as chaperones for their pastor or elder husbands when they have to counsel women, and they can teach young children and women’s classes, all under the covering of the church elders. Otherwise we get the slippery slope of general women’s ordin


News Item5/15/19 2:30 AM
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Just so as our USA friends are not confused this is not the United Methodist Church of the USA, which has just been rescued by its African and foreign membership and small conservative remnant in the USA, from doing his very thing, of throwing open the doors to the LGBT etc revolution.

No, this is the British Methodist Church, which is very liberal nationally, and does not generally have the same foreign membership to get it out of this crisis.

There are individual lay preachers, and faithful generally elderly members who still have a Biblical John and Charles Wesley style faith, but tragically they are in a minority.

There are a handful of ordained ministers in the Methodist Church that will stand against this, but the policy of the Methodist Church is centralised and they keep moving their ministers around, so any kind of evangelical witness in a local Methodist church cannot last very long.

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