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News Item12/27/19 1:47 AM
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The important thing, Mike, is to get people out to vote like they did in 2016❗👍 It is interesting to see some of the earlier history of Mr. Trump. He seemed to had a connection with Giuliani for instance?
Edward Ericson Jr. wrote:
...."Tony Lombardi, the federal agent closest to then-U.S. Attorney [Rudy] Giuliani, opened a probe of Trump's role" in the transaction, Barrett reported in the 1993 Village Voice story he reprised last year for the New York Daily News. The feds subsequently made a case against Hopkins' mortgage broker, Frank LaMagra, who offered to give up Trump and even wear a wire. Lombardi's response? He went straight to Trump, who denied any wrongdoing, and that was that. Lombardi "closed the Trump investigation without even giving it a case number," according to Barrett. "That meant that New Jersey gaming authorities would never know it existed."

Shortly after Lombardi approached him, Trump announced that he'd raise $2 million "in half an hour" if Giulianni ran for mayor. He later channeled $41,000 into the future mayor's 1989 campaign....

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https://tinyurl.com/qtvoqht://tinyurl.com/y69ppb9g (Five times law enforcers could have arrested Donald Trump but didn’t)

News Item12/26/19 8:40 PM
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CNN Wire wrote:
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In an editorial published Sunday, Christianity Today president Timothy Dalrymple said the magazine is “theologically conservative,” but still felt
https://tinyurl.com/yx3toqel
compelled to say “the alliance of American evangelism with this presidency has wrought enormous damage to Christian witness.”

“While the Trump administration may be well regarded in some countries, in many more the perception of wholesale evangelical support for the administration has made toxic the reputation of the Bride of Christ,” he wrote....

excerpt from, "Christianity Today Says It Saw Spike in Subscriptions After It Called for Trump’s Removal"

https://tinyurl.com/qmnoffp

Great news that Trump helped raise the subscription-base forChristianity Today❗ It is certainly an elite publication that doesn't muck around in the swamp of White Identity religion. 👿

Whatever his background is, wayfarer pilgrim, his editorial and his boss' which I have the URL for in this message are very good!


News Item12/26/19 7:50 PM
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Are any of these casinos owned or was owned by Donald Trump?

https://tinyurl.com/ybqodgyw (Why Muslims became Christians)


News Item12/26/19 7:35 PM
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Vanessa Taylor wrote:
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To be clear, CT isn't close to a "far left" or "progressive" magazine as Trump claims. In an interview with The Atlantic, Galli identified CT's audience as "moderate, center-right, and center-left evangelicals." It's long been a published hub for evangelical thought and is "vehemently anti-choice," as author and musician Mikel Jollett noted.
excerpt from, "Trump attacks 'Christianity Today' after magazine editor calls for his removal"

https://tinyurl.com/thh62xf

Apparently, Timothy, I haven't mentioned the article often enough!

https://tinyurl.com/y576t94t (Should Christians try to force the kingdom on others?)

It has some excellent links to commentary on dominionism I would suggest this would be also excellent reading material


News Item12/26/19 7:03 AM
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Ex-Catholic Journal wrote:
Definition:   Water that has been specially blessed to provide spiritual benefits to those who use it. Holy Water is placed in fonts located at the entrances of a Catholic Church. Upon entering, people are encouraged to dip their fingers into the holy water and to make the sign of the cross. Both the water and the sign of the cross are sacramentals which convey the blessed intercession of the Church. Sacramentals can remit the punishment for venial sins, and can shorten time spent in purgatory. The water may also be taken home for personal use.

Discussion: Jesus warns of the worthless ceremonial washing traditions of the Pharisees (Lk. 11:39). Such traditions are externals that convey no spiritual benefit, but rather deceive their practitioners (Col. 2:8). The Catholic Church binds its adherents by offering salvation on the installment plan, available through false mediation and superstition.

from, "holy water"

https://tinyurl.com/wflovm5

Yes, Timothy.


News Item12/26/19 6:46 AM
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I have several times pointed out this interesting short article,
https://tinyurl.com/y576t94t  (Should Christians try to force the kingdom onto others?
And while I recommend it again I will point this out as of corollary:
Barnes' New Testament Notes wrote:
Verse 19. If ye were of the world. If you were actuated by the principles of the world. If, like them, you were vain, earthly, sensual, given to pleasure, wealth, ambition, they would not oppose you.

Because ye are not of the world. Because you are influenced by different principles from men of the world. You are actuated by the love of God and holiness; they by the love of sin.

I have chosen you out of the world. I have, by choosing you to be my followers, separated you from their society, and placed you under the government of my holy laws.

Therefore, &c. A Christian may esteem it as one evidence of his piety that he is hated by wicked men. Often most decided evidence is given that a man is the friend of God by the opposition excited against him by the profane, by Sabbath-breakers, and by the dissolute, John 7:7 1 John 3:13.

(v) "therefore the world hateth you" Jn 17:14

from,"John 15:19"

if a Christian isn't that an elitist, there's something wrong with him❗👍


News Item12/25/19 9:34 PM
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Barnes' New Testament Notes wrote:
...Pearls are precious stones found in shell-fish, chiefly in India, in the waters that surround Ceylon. They are used to denote anything peculiarly precious, Matthew 13:46 Revelation of John 17:4 Revelation of John 18:12-16. In this place they are used to denote the doctrines of the gospel. Dogs signify men who spurn, oppose, and abuse that doctrine; men of peculiar sourness and malignity of temper, who meet it like growling and quarrelsome curs, 2 Peter 2:22 Revelation of John 22:15. Swine denote those who would trample the precepts under feet; men of impurity of life; corrupt, polluted, profane, obscene, and sensual; who would not know the value of the gospel, and who would tread it down as swine would pearls, Proverbs 11:22 2 Peter 2:22. The meaning of this proverb then is, do not offer your doctrine to those violent and abusive men, who would growl and curse you; nor to those peculiarly debased and profligate, who would not perceive its value, would trample it down, and abuse you....
excerpt from "Matthew 7:6"

Christians have been elitist.

I would like to know how many of these 200 have Black evangelicals backing them up?

WP, just what do you consider flagrantly disobeying the law?


News Item12/25/19 8:33 PM
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Fred Hiatt, Editorial Page Editor wrote:
One year ago, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman thought he could end a debate with a bone saw. He did succeed in ending a life and silencing a voice — that of our brave and distinguished colleague, Jamal Khashoggi. But as you will see here, the debate lives on, and the quests that animated Khashoggi’s life — for freedom, democracy, tolerance and greater understanding across cultures — cannot be so easily defeated.
introduction to,

https://tinyurl.com/y3b93ds2 (Jamal Khashoggi: A missing voice, a growing chorus)

This will lead you to a series of articles, some that can be read in an alternate language, Arabic. The Washington Post certainly has a valid interest and Jamal khashoggi's death since he work for them


News Item12/25/19 12:58 PM
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Can you can discuss a few points of the following article?
R. Clarke wrote:
3. Now let us consider ...a figurative use of “son of God” as found in Luke 3:38. This verse is the conclusion of a long list of names tracing the history of Christ's ancestry. The last person, Adam, is “the son of God.” In what sense is he God's son?
The simplest...way of explaining this expression is that Adam is like God because he was made in God's image. Some Muslims reject this implication not wanting to endorse the Jewish Tanakh and Christian Bible....a team of six international Islamic scholars have plainly admitted this fact in their recent publication, The Study Qur'an. A footnote to Surah 95:4 quotes the phrase in Surah 64:3, “human beings are the best of God's creation” and also references a famous hadith qudsi which echoes Genesis 1:27, “Truly God created Adam in His image.” Remarkably, the footnote actually references Genesis 1:27 and then continues, “This hadith is understood to mean that human beings are created with such attributes as life, knowledge, power, will, speech, hearing and sight (the qualities most often used in Islamic theology) to describe God which are, in fact, Divine attributes.”
---"Jesus, the Son of God"
https://tinyurl.com/t7p8tkw

News Item12/25/19 10:37 AM
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God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
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"God rest ye merry, gentlemen
Let nothing you dismay
Remember, Christ, our Saviour
Was born on Christmas day
To save us all from Satan's power
When we were gone astray
O tidings of comfort and joy
Comfort and joy
O tidings of comfort and joy"

You are here at least the first verse of this Christmas Carol throughout the following👍✝

https://youtu.be/_rbgQMtgxAU (Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol (1971 TV Special) [25 Minutes long]


News Item12/25/19 3:06 AM
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Jpost Editorial wrote:
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Contrast these data with the figures in a report published by then-British foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt in July. The report found that the number of Christians in the Middle East has dwindled from 20% of the population a century ago to just 5% – most notably in the Palestinian territories, where they have dropped to below 1.5%.

“We’ve all been asleep on the watch when it comes to the persecution of Christians,” Hunt said.

The organization Open Doors put “the Palestinian Territories” in 49th place – out of 50 – on its World Watch List, an annual report on the global persecution of Christians. The report cited “Islamic oppression” as the main source of persecution, adding that “Islamic extremist militants are also present in the West Bank, causing Christians to fear being attacked,” and that the persecution is particularly brutal for converts to Christianity....

excerpt from,

https://tinyurl.com/tccsnfv (A Christian crisis in Gaza and the West Bank)


News Item12/25/19 1:05 AM
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Francis would do well to work towards a post Catholic world❗👍
Nicole Winfield wrote:
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“May we not wait for our neighbors to be good before we do good to them, for the church to be perfect before we love her, for others to respect us before we serve them. Let us begin with ourselves,” he [Francis] said....
excerpt from,

https://tinyurl.com/vys2uqw (Pope marks joyful Christmas Eve after less-than-joyful year)

Unfortunately, I don't think the pope is steering Catholics away from the Romish Church He should be encouraging them to,

https://tinyurl.com/gmt84eo (Come out of the Catholic Church)


News Item12/25/19 12:23 AM
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John MacArthur wrote:
....But I would just like to get down to the core of this deal, what is the true spirit of Christmas?  Is it fun?  Is it fellowship?  Is it giving?  What is it? 
Well, as always, the best answer to that question is to go to the Bible and so I would like to take you to Luke chapter 1 and chapter 2 and there, we will find out what the spirit of Christmas really is. It will come clear to you as I read some selected reactions to the birth of Christ, among people and angels....
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It is the most selfless thing we do.  It is as the hymn writer puts it, to be lost in wonder, love, and praise.  It is to be so grateful and so filled with wonder at what the Lord has done that we lose ourselves in adoring worship, adoring praise.  What better time for this than Christmas when we focus on the very giving of Christ who is our savior.... 
excerpt from,

https://tinyurl.com/r47tkr4 (The True Christmas Spirit)

The above would probably make a pretty good transcript for the sermon that is on SermonAudio by John MacArthur,

http://tinysa.com/336863 (The True Christmas Spirit)

By the way, the above is one of the best attacks on the Romish Mary cult that you'll find❗


News Item12/24/19 11:00 PM
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This Christian editor resigned after his publication join team Trump.
CNN Wire wrote:
“Like so many other media companies, they’ve chosen to silo themselves. They’ve chosen to represent a narrow (and shrinking) slice of Christianity. That might be a good business decision, short term at least. But it’s bad for Democracy, and bad for the Gospel. It means there will be one more place where readers can go for bias confirmation, but one less place where readers can go to exercise their brains on diversity of thought.”
excerpt from, "Christian publication editor quits over pro-Trump editorial"

https://tinyurl.com/snptruk

His former colleagues, should really read this article by Phil Johnson---

https://tinyurl.com/hbtgqek (Politically Incorrect?) Written before Donald Trump, but still when many evangelicals we're making the move from Christianity to politics.👎

Adriel, you should appreciate the article by Phil Johnson. I think you agree on some things?


News Item12/24/19 12:57 PM
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DF, considering --some-- of the people that are given on the list in SA's article, they're more apt to read the stock market reports than either Christianity Today, or for that matter, the Bible.

By the way, this would make a great winter vacation.
https://tinyurl.com/uyxsr9n (A trip to the Holy Land can be life-changing)

Timothy there's certainly nothing wrong with a country controlling its borders, but throwing children but to what amounts to concentration camps is wrong❗👎


News Item12/24/19 12:41 PM
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Something for you Timothy!
I may have to subscribe to Christianity Today❗👍

A subscription to it, could be the Christmas present that you should give to yourself. 🕯✝️

Heather Timmons wrote:
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Evangelicals have been a bedrock of support for the Republican president, and the magazine noted in its new editorial

https://tinyurl.com/yx3toqel

, published Sunday, that Trump "has done a lot of good for causes we all care about."
But the magazine's president, Timothy Dalrymple, wrote in the editorial, headlined "The Flag in the Whirlwind," that evangelicals' embrace of Trump means being tied to his "rampant immorality, greed, and corruption; his divisiveness and race-baiting; his cruelty and hostility to immigrants and refugees."
"With profound love and respect," Dalrymple said, "we ask our brothers and sisters in Christ to consider whether they have given to Caesar what belongs only to God: their unconditional loyalty."...

excerpt from, "Christianity Today again slams Trump, raises issue of 'unconditional loyalty'"

https://tinyurl.com/sf9b698z

Let's hope that one's pastor, points out the important linkage between Christmas and Easter. Surprisingly, perhaps to some of you, it is what makes Christmas Merry


News Item12/24/19 2:23 AM
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“The FISC expects the government to provide complete and accurate information in every filing with the Court,” the judge added. “Without it, the FISC cannot properly ensure that the government conducts electronic surveillance for foreign intelligence purposes only when there is a sufficient factual basis.”---- Judge Rosemary Collyer

https://tinyurl.com/v2t9vqm


News Item12/24/19 2:08 AM
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Representing tens of Millions? They're representing their portfolio managers. Just when did Christianity become a popularity contest? The more popular a cult is, the greater number of people it has!
Herb Keinon wrote:
Christianity Today brought into the American public eye something many may not have realized: Not all Evangelicals love US President Donald Trump.
https://tinyurl.com/rr5rq9t

Trump’s Evangelical supporters have pointed to his Supreme Court nominees, his defense of religious liberty, and his stewardship of the economy, among other things, as achievements that justify their support of the president,” he wrote. But, he added, “None of the president’s positives can balance the moral and political danger we face under a leader of such grossly immoral character."
That argument, that the failings of Trumps’ character outweigh the good he is doing, is one also often heard in the Jewish community – by people who love and support Israel, yet loathe the president.

Those US Jews who detest the president could have just as easily written that sentence to their co-religionists who support the president, changing just a few words: ....

excerpt from, "Dilemmas shared by Christians, Jews over Trump - Analysis"
https://tinyurl.com/qopv2zo

News Item12/23/19 7:55 PM
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BBC wrote:
Christians in the Indonesian province of Aceh are preparing to celebrate Christmas in makeshift tents in the jungle.

Their churches were destroyed four years ago by Islamic vigilante groups and the police.[ ]

Indonesia - the world’s largest Muslim population - has a pluralist constitution that is meant to protect the rights of followers of all the major faiths.

But Church leaders in Singkil Aceh say the local authorities are stopping them from rebuilding.

Video by BBC Indonesia's Ayomi Amindoni and Dwiki Marta. Edited by Kevin Kim

excerpt from, "Forced to celebrate Christmas in a tent"

https://tinyurl.com/wf52npg

Remember when the tsunami hit that area and a couple of ex-presidents said that we should use our tax returns to give aid to this area. Well at least I tried to have mine funneled through a Christian organization, but I would suppose some Mohammedans benefited from it as well.

Look how the Mohammedans repay us Christians ❗👎💸 You should find the above 3 minutes 13 second video educational.


News Item12/23/19 3:39 PM
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"Two wrongs make a right?"

The right thing to do was a whole lot of flag burning - all of them

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