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News Item2/5/18 4:53 PM
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The Hill wrote:
Does @RepAdamSchiff believe @DevinNunes’ staff worked with the White House on the House GOP memo? He tells @GStephanopoulos “I think it’s very possible his staff worked with the White House and coordinated the whole effort with the White House.” — This Week (@ThisWeekABC) February 4, 2018

Schiff said on Sunday Trump’s use of the memo “could be evidence of the president’s intent to interfere with the investigation” into Russia's election meddling and possible collusion between Trump's campaign and Moscow.

--http://tinyurl.com/y844luc8 (Schiff: 'Very possible' Nunes's staff worked with White House on memo)

News Item2/5/18 4:32 PM
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John MacArthur wrote:
... Obviously they couldn’t keep the law, but they were to be driven in penitence to plead with God to be merciful to them as sinners.

So we understand that this was unique for the people of Israel. And as I said this morning, when Jesus came, everything changed, everything changed. You remember that I told you this morning that what He did was not a cleansing of the temple, it was an abolishing of the temple? He didn’t just want to eliminate the bad priests and keep the good priests. He eliminated the priesthood.

He didn’t just want to clean up the people’s attitudes as they gave their sacrifices, He obliterated the sacrificial system because He brought an end to Judaism with all its ceremonies, all its rituals, all its sacrifices, all of its external trappings, the temple, the holy of holies, all of it, including the sabbath, including the sabbath. The sabbath observance went away with all the rest that belonged to Judaism.

--http://tinyurl.com/zl7waxn (Understanding the Sabbath)

John MacArthur really nailed this one!


News Item2/5/18 11:22 AM
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Dr. Mark Weldon wrote:
Dramatic claims require dramatic proof. Arguments of major
corruption in modern conservative translations must really be
documented, not just made to look good. Allegations that godly
Christians are actually opposed to Christ and part of a devilish
conspiracy to have everyone worship Satan are extremely serious.
This is why those who make such charges must “be held to the
highest standards of scholarly acumen and accuracy.” Of
course, almost every philosophy, religion, cult, world view, etc.,
can make what seems like a good defense for its position—at
least until the other side is examined. Only the unwise rush to say
something before thinking it through. “He who answers before
listening—that is his folly and his shame” (Prov. 18:13, NIV).

excerpt from,
http://tinyurl.com/yc276gft (Why KJVO Claims and Arguments Cannot Be Trusted)


News Item2/5/18 3:38 AM
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From the article:
SA article wrote:
“No controversy exists in the scientific community regarding the fact of evolution,” 👎 [Intelligent Design] 👍 the group claimed, “and the teaching of alternative theories or a controversy is not only inappropriate and dishonest, it is unconstitutional. … Such a practice alienates those who practice other religious faiths, those who are nonreligious and those who believe that science and religion are compatible.”🙊🙉🙈
http://tinyurl.com/yd5yj3ht (Young Earth vs. Old Earth—Where Do They Agree?)--“Does Scientific Evidence Today Show that God Created the Heavens and the Earth? And What Does the Bible Say About When He Created?” --John Ankerberg You can being old earther and still be a Christian - - but they can cause you problems just ask John Ankerberg. 🌍

I don't have any trouble agreeing with school teacher, but I will say it is the wrong place to have a Sunday school class❗
But....


News Item2/5/18 3:37 AM
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There are States that have an interesting viewpoint on teaching alternatives to Evolution❗
Chris Kirk wrote:
Louisiana: The Louisiana Science Education Act of 2008 allows teachers to use “supplemental textbooks and other instructional materials to help students understand, analyze, critique, and review scientific theories in an objective manner,” specifically theories regarding “evolution, the origins of life, global warming, and human cloning”—in effect, allowing creationist material inside classroom. It’s no coincidence that the Discovery Institute, [ http://tinyurl.com/yafuxjlo ] a creationist think tank that provides such “supplemental textbooks,” helped write the bill, ....
--http://tinyurl.com/kxdwumn (Map: Publicly Funded Schools That Are Allowed to Teach Creationism.)--- this is about as Pro-evolutionary an article that I've ever seen, which is in Slate

News Item2/4/18 9:16 PM
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You mean, thanks for nothing, I.E.? I am so thankful that he spend so much time out on the golf course instead of in the White House.

Ezra Klein wrote:
...Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt in their new book, How Democracies Die. In most modern cases, “democracies erode slowly, in barely visible steps.” They rot from the inside, poisoned by leaders who “subvert the very process that brought them to power.” They are hollowed out, the trappings of democracy present long after the soul of the system is snuffed out....

How Democracies Die is being read as a commentary on Donald Trump, but the analysis of Trump is the book’s least interesting, and least important, contribution. Trump is a symptom, not the cause, of the problems bedeviling American democracy....

--https://tinyurl.com/yakze4lx (How democracies die, explained)

This is still quite appropriate,
https://tinyurl.com/y9wtm2je (Deep State 2.0)


News Item2/4/18 4:04 PM
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John of UK, there have been many apostate influences. Even the dynastic Communist family in North Korea had some Christian influences.
Mark O'Neill wrote:
His real name was not Kim Il-sung but Kim Sung-kye. He was born in 1912 into a Presbyterian family that was comfortably off; his father was a teacher and elder in the church. In 1920, like many other Koreans, they moved to Manchuria to escape famine or Japanese rule....
--http://tinyurl.com/ybct83bd (Kim Il-sung's secret history)

As far as the State of the Union message went:

David Brooks wrote:
...Yes. He’s — he’s doing well in the polls. He’s got a bump. The whole Republican Party has got a bump.

Citing all the heroes in the balcony turned out to be a very clever thing, because it gave people something to admire. It was a little bit of uplift. It prevented Trump from talking about himself a little more.

And so that was successful. So, you have to say — I didn’t like the emotional mood of the speech, but you have to regard it as a success for the Trump administration....

--http://tinyurl.com/y7ptvrxx (Shields and Brooks on the Nunes memo aftermath, Trump’s State of the Union bump)

News Item2/4/18 2:09 PM
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I really don't know much about this site that this letter is on, but the letter itself is quite good👍
Peter wrote:
...thanks again, Frank, for thinking about us small church folk. I appreciate your concern about our being persecuted and under attack. But don’t worry about us. We don’t have your money, your access to the halls of power or your seeming direct connection to the Almighty. But we have the scriptures, we have prayer, and we are learning every day what it means to love God with all our hearts, souls, minds and strength and to love our neighbors as ourselves. That’s all we need. You can keep your champion in the White House, thanks just the same....

...I would like to believe that, beneath our differences, we worship the same God and follow the same Savior. But quite honestly, I don’t recognize the Jesus I learned from my parents, my Sunday School teachers, my pastors or my years of study and reflection on the Bible in your angry, fearful rhetoric....

--http://tinyurl.com/lq3prqv (An Open Letter to Rev. Franklin Graham from a “Small Church” Pastor)

News Item2/4/18 1:18 PM
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CNN wrote:
Douglas Haig, an Arizona man who says he sold tracer ammunition to the gunman in October's Las Vegas massacre, was arrested Friday on a charge of conspiring to manufacture and sell another type of ammunition -- armor-piercing bullets -- in violation of federal law.
--Ammo seller to Las Vegas killer arrested on federal charge 🔫

News Item2/4/18 2:43 AM
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A newspaper in western Nebraska had a long article about it.
Spike Jordan wrote:
“The Obama administration’s outrageous Waters of the United States rule would have put backyard ponds, puddles and farm fields under Washington’s control,” Sen. John Barrasso of Wyoming, chairman of the Senate environment committee, said in a statement. “This delay gives the Trump administration time to revise this rule.”
--http://tinyurl.com/y8u72tcv (EPA delays implementation of the Waters of the U.S. Rule)

News Item2/4/18 2:30 AM
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Sarahbeth Caplin wrote:
Christianity Today is not exactly known for its progressive stance on, well, anything. However, I was pleasantly surprised to read Jen Zamzow insist that churches shouldn’t handle cases of sexual abuse “internally”; that is, have the offending staff member sent on sabbatical without ever notifying the police, as was the case with pastor Andy Savage who assaulted a teenage girl decades ago (but whose story went public only recently). Savage’s church, as we know, is far from the only one to do this, and the practice not only further traumatizes victims but puts other congregants in danger.

Zamzow rightly points out that while it’s easy to assume the worst of strangers, many of us are hesitant to do so of people in our inner circles. And this is something more Christians need to come to terms with.

--http://tinyurl.com/ybaqxdp2 (No Church Should Handle Sexual Assault Allegations Internally Only). This lady has a point.

Of course read the Christianity Today article also


News Item2/4/18 2:18 AM
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Is this Priest is convicted of the immoral act, I hope he isn't http://tinyurl.com/ycndg2c9 lost when is time is come to be put in jail!
Sermon Audio doesn't have a bad article about the alleged crime, but this might be a more compact version of it with still all the detail in it?
http://tinyurl.com/ycndg2c9

So keep track of, http://tinyurl.com/jyztfs7 (Abuse by Priests)! with http://tinyurl.com/hs3yvm7 (Abuse Tracker)


News Item2/3/18 5:47 PM
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Instead of such a close alliance with the Catholic Church White conservative Protestants should get together more with Black conservative Protestants and push for both Universal Health Care and a righteous position on abortion.
Jonathan Dudley wrote:
Televangelist Jerry Falwell spearheaded the reversal of opinion on abortion in the late 1970s, leading his Moral Majority activist group into close political alliance with Catholic organizations against the sexual revolution....

As evangelical leaders formed common cause with Catholics on topics like feminism and homosexuality, they began re-interpreting the Bible as teaching the Roman Catholic position on abortion....

---https://tinyurl.com/9fppr35 (My Take: when evangelicals were pro-choice)--"The reality is that what conservative Christians now say is the Bible’s clear teaching on the matter [of abortion] was not a widespread interpretation until the late 20th century...."

I take a more conservative stance on abortion, which the majority of Americans wouldn't take anyway. It's a pity that Democratic candidates can't see that their voting public, however, is not as liberal as they on sexual questions.


News Item2/3/18 5:41 PM
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Mark Labberton, president of Fuller Theological Seminary wrote:
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The word "evangelical" has morphed from being commonly used to describe a set of theological and spiritual commitments into a passionately defended, theo-political brand. Worse, that brand has become synonymous with social arrogance, ignorance and prejudice — all antithetical to the gospel of Jesus Christ. Balmer's claims, [ See Under Trump, evangelicals show their true racist colors ] while not new, are deservedly painful for millions of white evangelicals who are deeply offended by racism, repelled by Trump, and who vocally deny the false theo-political brand that co-opts the faith we hold dear.
--Are evangelicals today more devoted to Trump and the Republicans than the gospel?
Countryboy:
Politfact wrote:
"The terrorist threat in the United States is almost entirely homegrown, as no foreign terrorist organization has successfully directed and orchestrated an attack in the United States since 9/11," said Albert Ford, a program associate with the International Security and Fellows programs at New America.
--http://tinyurl.com/y9hov9xl

News Item2/3/18 4:06 PM
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David Brooks on Janet Yellen:
David Brooks wrote:
Well, it’s interesting to see a normal person as a public servant, who isn’t, like, screaming some manic red-vs.-blue fight.

And it’s a good reminder. People have their views. And she had a more of a liberal view than some of her predecessors. But being a Fed chairman, like a lot of politics, is about balance, trying to expand growth, expand labor markets, while reducing inflation.

And so it’s a problem. And you are trying to find the right balance for the moment. And whatever philosophy you go in, you’re presented with a specific problem and you’re trying to find the right balance. And you’re not driven by ideology. You’re driven by data, your best judgment.

And that’s the way a lot of government is. And even the Supreme Court works that way. People have red and blue, but they’re also just trying to do the job well. And that happens a lot in the bureaucracy. And we get a false view of politics based on what Donald Trump and Nancy Pelosi are screaming each other. But, in reality, there are a lot of people like Janet Yellen.

--http://tinyurl.com/y7ptvrxx (Shields and Brooks on the Nunes memo aftermath, Trump’s State of the Union bump)👍

Perhaps th


News Item2/3/18 3:50 PM
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Yascha Mounk wrote:
Donald Trump’s first State of the Union was a deeply dangerous speech.

It was deeply dangerous because he finally followed in the footsteps of European leaders like Hungarian President Viktor Orban who have long ago learned to give an attractive look to authoritarian populism....

Under the cover of his soothing rhetoric about unity and bipartisanship, Trump called on Congress to give him unprecedented and unquestionably antidemocratic powers: “Tonight,” he said, “I call on the congress to empower every Cabinet secretary with the authority to reward good workers—and to remove federal employees who undermine the public trust or fail the American people.”
....

--http://tinyurl.com/y9s3l74f (Donald Trump Just Asked Congress to End the Rule of Law--This should be the biggest headline of the speech.) 👎💩

News Item2/3/18 10:22 AM
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Country boy I have already answered Chris's question, unless Tammany Hall South (Washington DC) and boss Trump change their ways, I will certainly support anyone but Trump. See http://tinyurl.com/y9jn3pcc (The Nationalist's Delusion)

Our biggest terrorist groups are white ones, not Muslim ones by the way. but, Penny, the one thing I do like about Trump is that he supports Israel.

Vann R. Newkirk II wrote:
...the Republican effort to repeal the [Obamacare] law and create a replacement that leaves 22 million more people uninsured over the next decade and will slash Medicaid enrollment by 15 million now sits just days away from possible passage.

People of color were the most likely groups to gain coverage and access to care under the ACA, and in the centuries-old struggle over health, they have never been closer both to racial equality of, access and to, the federal protection of health care as a civil right. But if Republicans have their way, that dream will be deferred.

--http://tinyurl.com/y959ph8u (The Fight for Health Care Has Always Been About Civil Rights).

News Item2/3/18 10:13 AM
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I. E., what does http://www.bible.ca/b-kjv-only.htm (King James Version (KJV) ONLY???) with the topic at hand

Melissa Etehad and Kyle Kim wrote:
Viewed from a global perspective, the current U.S. healthcare impasse underscores just how poor health outcomes for people in the United States are when compared with other countries.
...
In 2015, the United States spent almost three times on healthcare as the average of other countries with comparable incomes, according to data from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, also known as the OECD, a group of 35 countries, the majority of which have advanced economies, that work to promote economic development. And despite spending more, the results don’t necessarily yield better health. Both Italy and Britain, for example, spent at least $5,000 less per person than the United States on healthcare, and yet the population of each of those countries has a higher life expectancy at birth than the United States.
--http://tinyurl.com/y8859jf7 (The U.S. spends more on healthcare than any other country — but not with better health outcomes)

News Item2/3/18 5:27 AM
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You can take care of abortion, after you have Universal Health Care - as in England, Chris GP.
Dave Hunt wrote:
I went on to explain that we cannot force the ungodly to live by God’s standards. Nor is abortion the only or perhaps even the worst evil. Prostitutes and homosexuals destroy the lives of untold millions of young people; drug dealers, more millions than abortionists. And what about those psychiatrists and psychologists who have devastated lives for eternity, or the atheistic high school and university teachers who have corrupted the faith of millions more? Should we kill all such persons? I cannot find teaching or example in the entire Bible to indicate that Christians are to combat the world’s sins except with the gospel....

Why is it that those who are so concerned about the immoral behavior of the godless all around us seem so little concerned about the false gospel of Roman Catholicism which is leading nearly a billion souls to hell, or about the heresy and unbelief within the church? ... Why don’t the Christian activists show concern for this unbelief which eternally damns souls?...

---/>http://tinyurl.com/m3w6sdn (Political/Social Activism) :shakehead

News Item2/3/18 5:19 AM
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Emma Green wrote:
Franklin Graham is a man of contradictions. He’s devoted his life to preventing persecution and helping those who face terrifying violence, yet he sees gay Boy Scouts as a major threat to children. His mission field knows no borders, but he’s proposed a total ban on Muslims entering the United States. He claims to hate politics, yet maintains a prolific, politicized Facebook page. And when he looks at Donald Trump, he sees God at work in the White House, not a president who would fire an FBI director while under investigation, brag about groping women, and give away state secrets over small talk.
--https://tinyurl.com/l3dqdro (Franklin Graham Is the Evangelical Id)

It's getting a little tiresome that the Atlantic keeps complimenting Franklin Graham❗

Some other articles about him,
]http://tinyurl.com/ytd3f (Billy Graham--General Teachings/Activities)
and
http://tinyurl.com/p4c7d26 (Why Franklin Graham’s salary raises eyebrows among Christian nonprofits).

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