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News Item12/7/17 9:30 AM
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Shane wrote:
The mockery of KJV onlyists is nauseating some times. I wonder if the layman can be tolerated by the academically elite. This elitist attitude doesn't please the Lord i think.
Hey brother! I agree but they are blinded. No amount of logic can alter their way of thinking.

Hope you and your family are doing well.


News Item12/6/17 9:02 PM
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1. John Wycliffe (c. 1320-84)
2. Johannes Gutenberg (1396-1468) invented the printing press. The Gutenberg Bible was published in 1455.
3. William Tyndale (c. 1492-1536)
4. Miles Coverdale (1488-1569)
5. Thomas Matthew (c. 1500-1555) John Rogers, under the name Thomas Matthew, published his own version in 1537
6. The Great Bible (1539)
7. The Geneva Bible (1560)
8. The Bishop’s Bible (1568)
9. The Rheims-Douai Version (1609-10)
10. King James (“Authorized”) Version (1611)

My guess is those that were alive and literate in the early 1600s thought the KJ was one of those new fangled modern apostate translations.

Surely everyone has heard of a “circular argument”? Anyway, my normal method is to state what I do and then ignore all circular arguments which is what most do. My translation says this; yours doesn’t; therefore yours in wrong.


News Item12/6/17 11:32 AM
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Dr. Tim wrote:
Thanks, Frank. Assuming that was what Park meant, it does clear up what he said. My approach is the exact opposite of yours. If I download a sermon and the preacher does NOT use the KJB, I chuck it and go to the next one. The reason I do that is very simple. The KJV is the Word of God. The ESV, NIV, NASB, "New King James" and other perversions of scripture are not the Word of God.
I didn't say I didn't listen to or read what someone says if they use the KJV.

As you know, I try to post using the KJ, so I have nothing against doing that. I do that for people like you.

I am very familiar with the arguments about bible versions. In fact, the church that I was baptized in was a very strict KJV Onlyist church.

I even remember in the beginning when I was church hopping that if a pastor used any other version, I would approach him afterwards and correct him.

Thanks Connor! I had to google Sam Gipp and from what I saw, you are right on.


News Item12/6/17 10:22 AM
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Dr. Tim wrote:
Sorry, Park, but I really didn't understand your question. It's kinda like saying, "Do you walk to school, or carry your lunch?"
No, I think this is what he was saying. Whenever I see a sermon or a news article that looks interesting, I will often visit their web site before I read or listen to them. If I get the impression that they are KJV Onlyists, then I consider their foundation to be off and I don’t listen or read what they have said.

I hope that clears up what he said, but if not, perhaps he can add something further.

You resorting to sarcasm says a lot. Just say what you mean.


News Item12/6/17 10:13 AM
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Sister Ladybug,

Yes, each of us draws our lines in the sand and each of us are responsible to our Savior for those lines. If we have drawn a false line, the Lord knows it. IMO, pride is the primary cause for a believer to refuse to listen to the truth. But, if they don’t then the following in brackets applies if their theology can lead others astray.

{The below paragraph was taken from an internet article written by Bob Jones University in 1980 that says what separation really is, both primary and secondary, better than I ever could.

True biblical separation is a matter of love: a love for God that rejects the world system, a love for the Church that will not tolerate false teachers who desire to lead the sheep astray and to devour them, and a love for the Christian brother—a love that is willing to endure even a break in fellowship in order to provoke him to do right.}


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Sf from TX wrote:
I haven't kept up with SA in awhile but since being back I'm curious, has Jim Lincoln kept his word by not talking poo about the current president?
Welcome back sister!

Jim is still coyly pushing the Democratic Party and not so coyly still bashing all the republicans; including the president. Many of us consider him to simply be a liberal political troll.

And, he is still pushing abortion, but in a much more direct fashion.


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Lady_Virtue wrote:
Amen, Brother Frank! And don't even get me started on those who take the maiden name of their wives as their own name...
Thanks for your comment sister! I had never heard of men taking their wives maiden names; that is a new one on me.

I know female Hispanics use hyphenated names; I think they use their maiden names followed by their husband’s. I don’t think I have any problem with that, although I don’t know the history of them doing that. I have never looked into the history of this issue, but I would imagine in the beginning the last name meant the woman was in submission to her husband.

Now women have jobs outside the homes; separate savings accounts, separate retirement accounts, health insurance, etc. And people wonder why the divorce rates are so high!

Ideally, a woman should be totally submissive to Christ which of course would make her totally submissive to her husband.

Hope you have a great day!


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Meanwhile, previous research has shown that wives who shun the time-tested naming tradition enjoy a number of benefits, including higher social status and perception of power, along with increased self-focus, ambition, and assertiveness. These qualities run counter to older, rigid portrayals of women, which depict them as kind and nurturing, yet powerless, the researchers note.

The above is from the article.

The bigger question is how these wives view their husbands and vice versa. Women should have no power outside the home and they should be submissive to their husbands as unto the Lord. No genuine Christian male would marry a woman who even desired to keep her last name.

The real war against women is when society gives them relevance outside of their God ordained biblical roles.

There is nothing that can be done to undo societal feminism, but Christians should stand against it and not be politically correct. This issue is a spiritual one and is mostly camouflaged as a cultural one.


News Item11/27/17 1:16 PM
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Kev

I do not believe we have a moral requirement to recognize one day over another.

If someone disagrees with me on the Sabbath day observance, I will simply say this to them. Christ is my Lord and Savior 24/7, 365 days per year; not just on the Sabbath. If they can possibly find fault with this statement, then they are really stretching things in an unhealthy way. And, why would the Lord give us 10 commandments, but then say we only have to observe or obey one of His commandments only one day per week. The only way to understand why one commandment would only be observed one day per week in the Old Testament, is this commandment was simply a shadow of the permanent rest that Christians will have in Christ Jesus. We now have a continual rest from our works and that is our sabbath.

If someone wants a meditation I did on this subject, then simply email me.


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Steven E Hamilton wrote:
But if elective abortion is still legal then how do they enforce this when they get the diagnosis and the mother later goes to planed parenthood and just says she wants an abortion because it's an unwanted child. Seems like a shell game to get votes. There is still the problem that murdering babies is legal in this country. God have mercy and change the hearts of our leaders and and those that push the lie that we should have the right to choose to murder someone if it makes our life more comfortable.
Perfectly said! Thanks for your comment and insight. Yes, we have elective abortion which equates to elective murder.

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Youth in Asia wrote:
That is Bad,and almost a normal thing in Asia, but the article does not really tell us their definition of sexual harassment, I get the feeling some harassment accusations are not really Harrasment, but misunderstandings. Being offended is not always Harrasment.

Workplace misbehavior towards women must be filtered through the lens of feminism and political correctness. IOW, if a woman is in the workforce and she perceives someone harassed her, then she was harassed and would become part of this statistic. Perception is the key factor. It could be as innocent as telling them they look nice. If they perceived that was harassment, then they could file a claim.

I remember reading an article about college rape and the statistic was really high. However, when researching it, the following was included. A woman’s boyfriend asks her to have sex and she says she doesn’t want to. He says, if you don’t I’ll break up with you. If she then has sex with him, it was against her will and classified in the study as rape.

If the goal of a woman was to get married, bear children and be a stay at home mom, then most of this would of course never occur. But, this role is discredited by our culture.


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CAS wrote:
Frank, I am in Landstuhl, near Kaiserslautern and have not been here long but like it thus far, except for the secularization act.
I think the store of the article distills the point you were making.
I worked on the military hospital compound in Landstuhl from 2001 to 2003 as a civilian. I lived in Kindsbach during that time. So, I am very familiar with the area you live in. What a small world!

It would be great if you could email me and we could touch base on a great many things!

Now this is also odd. I checked out your posting history and I also live in Florida; Clearwater fl to be exact.

What is the secularization act?


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Ivan Karamazov wrote:
Mr Frank, I don't believe the writer to be a religious person at all. They are a proponent of "classical education " and see school sports as an interference or competition. I enjoyed the attached podcast discussion, but that's just me 😁
Thanks for your comment Ivan and your polite admonition! Let me put a slightly different spin on my comment. What mankind esteems the most is what they are in reality worshipping. That could be money, fame, or anything like that. Those the article was referring to were worshipping money and notoriety that comes from athleticism. The author cleverly and I might add correctly used the word religious/religion in her discussion. The love of money is truly the root of all evil.

“This new religious revival has remained under the radar in large part because its adherents do not claim any religious attachment to this social institution, but by every measure of behaviors typically associated with religion, it is deceitful to label it as anything less”

CAS, if you read this, what area of Deutschland do you live in? All together, I have lived in Germany for 7 ½ years. Just curious. I loved it there and would have retired there except my wife hated it.


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Whereas in traditional American Christianity followers would regularly meet together once or twice a week (a timetable most now find unduly onerous), members of Athletica gather four, five, six, or even seven days a week. Despite the significant time demands, the families of adherents dutifully and unflinchingly keep these meeting commitments and accept as normal the stringent penalties imparted to those who miss a gathering—penalties usually enacted by limiting the devotee’s rights of participation in important group ceremonies.

The above is from the article.

I read the article rather thoroughly. IMO, whoever these people are, they are simply a religious cult. They are completely works based and geared primarily towards the indoctrination of children. And their admitted goals are financial success and personal glory.

Below is from the article.

In comparison to more traditional religions that typically offer extravagant rewards (e.g., life after death, forgiveness of terrible sins) to virtually any willing convert, Athletica is a more stringent and elitist sect. Its promise is of financial gain and personal glory, but only for the most elect.


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Well, I don’t know Roy Moore and I don’t have clue whether he is in the faith or not. I also don’t particularly care whether he gets elected or not. As most know, I vote, but I am not a fan of politicians in the slightest. The Lord will decide his fate. But, I also don’t know whether he is guilty of the things noted or whether or not he is just the victim of political intrigue. I would therefore not say he is guilty, but I also would not say he is innocent. In our system of law, someone is innocent until proven guilty.

Deuteronomy 19:15 One witness shall not rise up against a man for any iniquity, or for any sin, in any sin that he sinneth: at the mouth of two witnesses, or at the mouth of three witnesses, shall the matter be established.

Mathew 18:7 Woe unto the world because of offences! for it must needs be that offences come; but woe to that man by whom the offence cometh!


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When I was working the following scenarios often invoked a sexual harassment complaint.

Looking at a woman’s body, regardless of the way she dressed.

Telling a woman she looked nice.

Bumping into a woman.

If a woman felt uncomfortable in your presence.

Thinking that a woman liked you personally and then asking her out.

Denying someone a promotion.

The rule of thumb was it was not the action, but the perception of the action.

Now the fact that a complaint was filed was often a deciding factor for future promotions even if the complaint was disregarded.

But even worse, frivolous charges often made legitimate charges appear less legitimate.


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NeedHim wrote:
Was the Apostle Paul a KJV Only type, lol.
Or pastor Steve where Jhn Y, attends on Sunday mornings, lol,after being at Mass on Saturday, lol.
Was the Apostle Paul a KJV Only type, lol. And neither were the Christians for about 1600 years. And, let me add, neither are the Christians who are not English speakers. And when Christ spoke OT passages; neither did He.

Or pastor Steve where Jhn Y, attends on Sunday mornings, lol,after being at Mass on Saturday, lol.

Last post concerning this silliness.


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Dr. Tim,

Well, I asked before what your doctorate was in and you failed to respond. I thought perhaps it was in textual criticism. Anyway, since you are well read I’m sure you realize that a KJV onlyist is considered to be cult-like by many, so you of course won’t say that. Instead you raise issues that of course cannot be proven or disproven since the original manuscripts aren’t extant. If you want to believe that the Holy Spirit produced two infallible versions; the original manuscripts and then the KJV, then so be it. Your litmus test is if the KJ uses a specific word and others versions don’t, then they must be wrong. That is about as circular an argument as you can get. I suggest you keep using the KJ and I will post using the KJV.

Oh and since I try to post only using the KJV, that means I have absolutely nothing against it.


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So, murdering innocent life in the womb is okay as long as they legally dispose of the baby’s body parts.

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Lady_Virtue wrote:
Piggybacking somewhat on Brother Frank's comment, I've seen a video from an older lady who has a Titus 2 teaching ministry on the subject of female graduates seeking education and employment rather than wifery and motherhood. I believe this video is from 2016.
I'll try my hand at including the link:
https://youtu.be/JqKtMA7FyJM
The link worked out fine sister! I listened to it and was surprised as to how it supported my post. Our culture and the cultures of the world have changed and most don't even recognize that the change was for the worst.

I remember when I was young, they had high school courses in home economics for women. Can anyone imagine the uproar if they still had those?

Thanks for your post!

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