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News Item9/7/09 7:56 PM
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Merely another individual making unfounded statements.

Why would I give audience to this man?


News Item9/7/09 6:40 PM
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It seems that only non-Muslims must make concessions.

No one appears to have a problem with the adamantine posture of the Muslim.


News Item9/7/09 6:33 PM
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A 'scientist' who believes it impossible for himself to be blind to anything, is no scientist.

A technician maybe, but certainly no thinker.


News Item8/22/09 6:53 PM
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I believe Mr. Finkelstein's mindset is typical in this 'politically correct' society. Enormities are tolerated; those who call them what they are, are not.

News Item8/22/09 6:38 PM
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If I read this article correctly, thumbs up for Judge Karen Schreier. Beautiful. What a great challenge to Planned Parenthood (such a benign label).

It is lamentable that these people only fear the law of the land.

Their continued course can only proceed in admitted wickedness and duplicity.

Basically; 'We will invent, hitherto unnecessary, newer, more surreptitious methods of murdering your children.' To be unable to see the horror of what you espouse...


News Item8/22/09 6:15 PM
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It would seem that only homosexual 'adulterers' are excluded from leadership positions (so far).

After knowing the Word of God on this issue, to continue this intractable insinuation into the church, is very much like the child who asks for the cookie; when he is told 'no', he asks again. He then takes the ensuing silence as a 'yes'.


News Item7/30/09 8:00 PM
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My highest commendation on your last post, jjjj.

Your post, Theo Girl, should be, and was, very affecting. Stay ingenuous. There is nothing more attractive.


News Item7/30/09 7:43 PM
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Not to mention the lack of cosmetic appeal in walking any other way.

Unbelievable. I would like to have heard the reverent tones of 'research talk' while they were proceeding toward this cataclysmic discovery.


News Item7/30/09 5:59 PM
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Perhaps his 'own guardian angel' stuck his foot out.
I wonder how long the 'pope' will try to cram this incident into salvation history somewhere.

Toss in a little 'rain on the evil and the good', some 'God is no respecter of persons' and such like, and I'm sure he could occupy himself for quite a while.


News Item7/27/09 2:17 PM
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Time was when the preservation of the species (us) constituted the inviolable bottom line. No longer.

News Item7/27/09 1:31 PM
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I wonder what they will tell the Author when they meet Him.

News Item6/15/09 6:41 PM
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So far, you're 100%, Overcomer.

News Item4/5/09 4:45 PM
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Would Joseph, 'being a just man' before the law, be transgressing that law, by not adhering to Deut 22?, or would he be 'permitted' to marry her?

The woman 'taken in adultery' was referred to Lev 20. Both of these offenses are punishable by death. It would seem that in the Jewish economy, the terms 'adultery' and 'fornication' could be virtually interchangeable.

By the way, John UK; forgive me for making you do all the work.


News Item4/5/09 4:19 PM
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I have yet to understand how one may write anything on what one can neither apprehend nor even perceive.

Making proclamations in an area you possess no knowledge of, makes for bad science (calamitous events preclude the existence of God).

As Hitchens and his ilk are constantly attempting this, I am at a loss as to what constitutes these men scientists.

Perhaps they're upset because a Christian may be a scientist.


News Item4/5/09 3:09 PM
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Isn't the Matthean passage, in its context, referring to Deuteronomy 24?

Fornication is not specifically mentioned in the latter passage, where the woman who is put away is
'caused to commit adultery' as well as 'he who marries her'

In the 22nd of Deuteronomy, the death penalty is enforced (which, I guess could be considered a divorce), where fornication is spoken of. Perhaps the reason for the distinction between commandment and permission.

And again, (I'm not trying to be obstinate) I only see Jesus pronouncing on the woman put away for any cause 'other' than fornication, more directly answering the question of the Pharisees.


News Item4/5/09 1:09 PM
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Perhaps this is a bit simplistic, but I am not sure that I comprehend Mr. Mohler's amazement.

Polls and their statistics always seem to allude to the concept that the Spirit of God is geographically or culturally bound.


News Item4/5/09 1:01 PM
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I do not find the specifics in the Deuteronomy 24 passage, John UK.

In the Matthean passage, I see no permission to put away a wife for fornication; only the issue for putting her away for any other cause.


News Item4/5/09 12:36 PM
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Sorry I'm so late on this.

How is 'divorce' permitted in the case of fornication,
if fornication is (sex before marriage)?

Where is this permission given?


News Item4/3/09 7:23 PM
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This 'woman' employs 'drug logic'.

For those of you who do not know what that is, here is a well known example: A man is out on a lake, fishing; his boat springs a leak. As water begins to fill it, he reasons that to drain the water out, he should poke another hole in the boat.


News Item4/3/09 7:02 PM
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I can only hope for you that you're right, Jim Lincoln, but how many times have we seen, particularly in recent years, perverse and vitiate laws instituted to counter, not only what is in place as righteous laws, but even what is natural and seemingly known to be so by anyone.

It's too big for them to see. Having no fear of God and His judgment, they cannot understand why we (or anyone else) would not support two people in 'love'. Unthinking sentiment holds sway.

You wouldn't want to associate with this mindset, even if homosexuality was not the issue.

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