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Roadrunner email setup | new york  Contact via emailGo to homepageFind all comments by Roadrunner email setup
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Christianheadlines made a poor defense of the Pences when they picked Franklin Graham's comments, who is dubious Christian in many people's eyes. They did have an excellent commentary from,
Michael Foust wrote:
Last week, David French of National Review defended the Pences. He pointed to CNN and New York Times reporters who had criticized Karen Pence for teaching at the school.

“Most Christians I know welcome the dialogue [about the Bible’s teaching on sexuality],” French wrote. “But if [the media] want to condemn a woman for the free exercise of her Christian faith? If they want to argue that there’s something inherently wrong with orthodox Christians’ associating, worshipping together, and teaching their children? Well, then they’re exhibiting a deep intolerance that’s at odds with pluralism itself.

excerpt from: "David French of National Review defended the Pences"

[linked SA Article ]


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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Since the Wall Street Journal limits who can read their articles to mainly subscribers, I will put up an alternative for the WSJ article.
Carmela Fonbuena wrote:
Muslims in the southern Philippines are voting in a referendum on the proposed creation of an autonomous region that the government hopes will end nearly half a century of unrest and prevent a new wave of attacks by Islamic State-inspired militants....
---"Philippines: Muslims vote in referendum on autonomous region"

https://tinyurl.com/yc563jxk

Now how this Islamic experiment is going to work out, one can hope for the best but certainly expect the worst, because the Philippine democracy isn't really doing that well either.

Miguel Syjuco wrote:
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Amid such polarised discourse – ...rises an alarming fact. Mustering the crowd that is perceived to be larger, whether in the streets or online, is no longer simply a show of support for those whom we elect to lead us. It’s become an effort to control legitimacy, the factuality of history, the morality of extralegal actions, and the very definition of right and wrong....
---"I thought democracy had failed Filipinos. But it is we who have failed it"

https://tinyurl.com/ya5kaoes


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John, interesting and I have read The Pilgrim’s Progress but haven’t finished it yet but now I will after your praise of it. So funny how God does something wonderful in your life and somebody who can’t or don’t want to believe it will explain it away. I try not to get involved in controversial things like this because it really doesn’t help anything. Interesting because I had the experience not them. Like God telling you to serve Him for as long as you were a sinner instead of dying. He had a work for you to do and I see what you are saying. I, too, have wanted to go be with Him now and hear Him saying, not now you still have things to do. And that gives me peace.Can’t wait to read rest of Pilgrim Progress. I have 2, one being older version and one which is newer being edited slightly. Which one is yours. Thanks for encouraging testimony.

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June A. Nadolny | Holland, Ohio  Find all comments by June A. Nadolny
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Sc wrote:

As for the true gift of tongues...a sign gift given for confirmation of what was communicated...with witnesses

If this fellow wants prophecy, he would do well to look at the completed revelation in Scripture.
There is no new revelation.''
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with this statement I wholeheartedly give my assent.

Gospel Minister Shaun Willcock of Bible Based Ministries enlarges upon this in his timely article entitled:

1) Charismatic Doctrine In The Light Of God’s Word

By way of a postscript . . sc,
I do value your contributions to this discussion and welcome your thoughts in the context of my prior post.

In Christ,

June

Neil wrote:
When a response concerns only editorial error, that tells me my input is not valued.

I did not say that. I only meant to ascribe proper credit.

Citation: 1) http://www.biblebasedministries.co.uk/pamphlets/charismatic-doctrine-in-the-light-of-gods-word/


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Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
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June A. Nadolny wrote:
You wrongly ascribed the quote to me.
When a response concerns only editorial error, that tells me my input is not valued.

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And have your conversation honest among the Gentiles, that they which speak evil of you as of evil doers, may by your good works which they shall see, glorify God in the day of visitation. - 1 Peter 2:12

and acting practically like hoodlums.


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While Lifesitenews is hardly a neutral party in this incident, being RCC, the point should be well made at this point from them and other sources.

My wife and I watched this blasphemous, vile, slander- and vulgarity-filled video of more than an hour and 45 minutes of the real problem - Black Hebrew Israelites who were attacking and issuing threats to anyone within shouting range for likely 2 hours or more. These people are the Black version of Christian Israelites. They committed hate crimes against Native Americans, other African Americans, and the Catholic high school boys. No police to be seen anywhere despite an angry and practically violent attack on multiple bystanders from a variety of groups.

https://youtu.be/UQyBHTTqb38

The other real problem was a lack of adult supervision by the high school. Those children should have been moved away from the five blasphemers.

Finally, the kid in the media crosshairs should have had more situational awareness and just backed up when approached by an elderly man with a drum. My guess is that he was simply reacting how he was briefed as to how to deal with counter-protesters. Where the kids failed was in not following this verse:

And have your conversation honest among the Gentiles, that they which speak evil of you as of


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June A. Nadolny | Holland, Ohio  Find all comments by June A. Nadolny
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Sc wrote:

“Someone correct me if I am wrong..I know that the Bible speaks of "SPEAKING" in tongues but does it say anything about "PRAYING" in tongues?..or have people mistakenly come up with the idea of praying in tongues ? One word makes a big difference sometimes in what is conveyed.”
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sc:
Well it does look like we were "corrected", as the passage of Scripture cited by “here you go” clearly reveals.

1 Corinthians 14:14 King James Version (KJV)
14 For if I pray in an unknown tongue, my spirit prayeth, but my understanding is unfruitful.

here you go,

Thanks for the correction

Sc . . I value your input and would appreciate your thoughts.

@Neil . .
You wrongly ascribed the quote to me.
This is a quote from Shaun Willcock's article, from which I included an excerpt in my post


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Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
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June A. Nadolny wrote:
For Romanism has always denied the sufficiency of Scripture! It has always insisted that there are “other revelations”: extra-biblical revelations.
Not specific enough — the Roman State-Church affirms the authority of "Sacred" Tradition and (ostensibly) the Bible, interpreted by her Teaching Magisterium. Frequent appeals are also made to Thomistic Natural Law.

Keep these in mind when perusing
www.vatican.va/archive/ENG0015/_INDEX.HTM

"Tradition" was what the Reformers attacked; e.g. Calvin (in his "Institutes") quoted "Church Fathers" contradicting official doctrine.


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Another example of 'a man convinced against his will is of the same opinion still'
I know people who will 'lap up' any anti-Trump news item because for them, it proves that he is no good. It doesn't matter that it is not factual.
'Don't bother me with the facts, my mind is made up'

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Wonderful news, though it won't be converting anyone to Christianity.
People who see the world with atheistic or agnostic eyes will simply say that science needs to do more research. Some might say that they are more convinced that science is not the ultimate answer and will continue with their 'natural' medicines. I've heard that Apple's Steve Jobs refused to seek treatment for his cancer at the world famous hospitals and medical clinics around the world, but sought out 'natural medicines' He was a very smart guy, but his attitude towards 'Standard Medicine' kept him from getting a treatment that might have saved his life.

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sc wrote:
You're very kind, June. I pray for discernment and am excited when the Lord can use even me.
It is notable how one word changes everything. I wonder if other "versions" of the Bible use "praying in tongues" instead of "speaking".
1 Corinthians 14:14 King James Version (KJV)

14 For if I pray in an unknown tongue, my spirit prayeth, but my understanding is unfruitful.

other versions

https://biblehub.com/1_corinthians/14-14.htm


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Things are getting bad in China when even the secular NHK Newsroom Tokyo today has a story about the persecution of Christians in China, though they had to say it was a minority religion.

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There are three possible motives for speaking in tongues: (1) Unbelief. A person doesn’t “feel” saved (perhaps because he isn’t) unless there is some “sign” to “prove” that he is saved. According to I John 5:10, this person is calling God a liar. (2) Pride. The person in this category wants everyone to know how “spiritual” he is. According to the Sermon on the Mount, these folks have already received their reward. (3) A heartfelt desire to share the gospel of Jesus Christ with foreigners who have never heard. The first two categories of tongues speakers are entirely selfish in their motives. Only the person in the third category is interested in actually serving God in humility and in truth.

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For a second, I thought I was reading about Deerborn, Detroit or Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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sc:
note the link between Charismatics and RCs
which Shaun Willcock points out:

"For the very root of the Charismatic error, despite all their protestations to the contrary, is the denial of the sufficiency of the Word of God. And that has been Popery’s position for centuries.

This denial of the Bible’s sufficiency is why they are open to all kinds of supposed “new revelations” via tongues and prophecy. This is why they do not care whether these “new revelations” are even in accordance with Scripture or not. This is why experiences are more important than what the Scripture says. This is why one outrageous false doctrine after another has been eagerly embraced as the years have rolled by. And this is why the Charismatic Movement is sweeping multitudes into the Ecumenical Movement — or what can better be called the Romeward Movement.

For Romanism has always denied the sufficiency of Scripture! It has always insisted that there are “other revelations”: extra-biblical revelations. It has always said, “The Bible is not enough!” And now Charismatics are saying, “Forget what the Bible says! Doctrine is not important — experience is all that counts!” To which a pious “Amen” echoes around the corridors of the Vatican."

http://www.biblebasedministries.co.uk/pamphlets/vario


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For those who believe that glossalalia will never fail ya, please bear in mind that demon-possessed individuals often speak in tongues also. First Corinthians Chapter 14 prescribes how and when it is permissible to speak in tongues in a church gathering. Speaking in tongues contrary to the regulations laid down in this chapter is NOT of God regardless of how “spiritual” the tongues-talker may pretend to be.

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June A. Nadolny | Holland, Ohio  Find all comments by June A. Nadolny
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sc wrote:
You're very kind, June. I pray for discernment and am excited when the Lord can use even me.
It is notable how one word changes everything. I wonder if other "versions" of the Bible use "praying in tongues" instead of "speaking".
Hi sc . . I believe God has answered your prayers. Your comments are both instructive and edifying.

btw . .
It is always prudent to pray for discernment. (2 Peter 2:1)

In the context of this news items Shaun Willcock writes:
"Alas! What the Charismatics thought was “a sound from heaven as of a rushing mighty wind” (Acts 2:2), was in reality the shrieking wind of false doctrine (Eph.4:14), which tossed them to and fro, finally dumping them at the entrance to the Vatican.
Charismaticism must be opposed for the heresy that it is! Though they will not endure sound doctrine, having itching ears (2 Tim.4:3), yet still sound doctrine must be proclaimed (vs.2)! For by this means, those whom the Lord has ordained to be recovered, will be! Against this ever-rising tide of chaos, we must contend!"

sc . .
I sense that we are of "like precious faith".

May the Lord continue to use your posts to direct sinners into the right way to His praise and glory alone.

In Christ,

June

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