Just thinking wrote: Jim, I know it's hard to answer questions when you're busy posting chaff, but did you ever post TR's quote when Obama was president?
No Jim deceived us by saying it was his firm belief to not criticize a standing president That obviously was not true when he stated it (I for one was sure he had criticized Bush for eight years) and he is at least no longer being disingenuous to look at the bright side.
Your posts are unassailable truth, thus mine are meaningless dribble. No point in responding to what youâve posted, it is the final say in any matter. Thus you stated missing the point because I was clueless.
B. McCausland wrote: We are looking and talking about the trajectory of church history, US. Go through the middle ages to find all those every where
The easy answer sister is that our Lord said the gates of hell would not prevail against His church so it stands to reason there would always be a remnant of believers who believed and practiced the Bible.
I will also give you a link that covers this topic briefly
Baptist believe that since the inception of local assembled bodies of blood bought believers referred to as the church (i.e. the church at Corinth or the church at Ephesus) there has always been those that have held to (but not limited to) the following beliefs
the Bible is the sole authority for faith and practice. A regenerate immersed church membership The autonomy of the local church The Priesthood of every believer Soul liberty Two ordinances of immersion in water and the Lordâs Supper Separation of church and state Separation of the believer from the world
"I think we should allow for strong primary challenges, so that people can really put their Democratic chops on the line, if you will, and let the Democratic voters decide who they want," Jayapal told a press conference. "You can't say you're a Democrat if you're against immigrants, if you're against abortion, if you're against gay marriage and LGBTQ rights. I'm not sure what it means to be a Democrat if all of those things are true."
Pramila Jayapal head of the Congressional Progressive Caucus
This is the political party that Jim from Lincoln and Pulitzer Prize winner George Will wants you to vote into office
Jim Lincoln wrote: Sounds like it's time to beef up Obamacare and turn it into Romneycare https://tinyurl.com/6rhyyvp (If ObamaCare Is So Bad, How Does RomneyCare Survive?)
Jim, you know we have been through this before. From a source you should trust, Politico,
RomneyCareâs pioneering health insurance exchange is headed for the scrap heap.
An article dated back 05/05/2014 and titled. Massachusetts ditches RomneyCare exchange.
From the article.
Itâs unclear what either option will cost Massachusetts or whether federal officials will cover that expense. Massachusetts has already spent $57 million on a system that never was able to enroll people with subsidies start to finish, and its failure has forced the state to enroll more than 160,000 residents in temporary Medicaid coverage â at an estimated $10 million-a-month cost
John UK wrote: Wonder of wonders, I had expected at least one person to have a grumble at something I said, somewhere between Part 1 and Part 7, but not a peep. That could be for a number of reasons, of course. Maybe it is because scripture is actually clear on the matter.
Brother not commenting on the substance of your posts or on you personally, just your opening comment with a generalized response..
Wouldn't read too much into it, people tire of the debate and because, as usual nobody changes their thinking, they often see it as pointless to continue. I am sure you've been there.