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Sermon5/27/19 3:47 AM
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“ Some problems - Part 2 ”
(....continued) The term is used as an umbrella term to cover many groups. Unfortunately, this led to a talk that paints with an overly broad brush, while being overly colored by the speaker’s own bad experiences when applying its modern implications. The speaker would have been better served by interacting more with specific primary sources, and creating more separation amongst very disparate groups by doing so. The speaker is a good orator and is engaging, but overall I would not recommend this talk to others as a good overview of the topic. There are certainly good parts, but enough conclusions that don’t match my own study in the primary sources and my own experiences give me pause. (And contrary to the speaker’s claim, I can point you to a number of good, completely orthodox theology books from a mennonite perspective! I recommend starting with Daniel Kauffman.)

Sermon5/27/19 3:44 AM
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“ Some Problems - Part 1 ”
I am commenting on this message (and part 2) as a Reformed Baptist pastor who has a Mennonite background and has read significantly in the early anabaptists. First, these messages are very colored by the speaker’s background in a very fringe, seemingly cult-like group that apparently classifies themselves as anabaptist. The experiences he describes are very different from anything I have seen in mennonite circles. His experiences are certainly his experiences, but be aware that they don’t in any way represent any type of “normal” anabaptist experience. Also, I wondered early in his first talk if he had been influenced by Jim Renihan in his views, as it seemed to be present. Lo and behold, a bit later in the talk he mentioned being in Renihan’s class. Accordingly, despite being presented at a conference on the history of the baptists, there is no mention of the influence of Menno Simon’s writings on the First London Confession. Renihan minimizes this connection, but as someone who has studied Simon’s writings, that influence is undeniably present and easily recognizable. The “junk drawer” analogy on how the term anabaptist is used historically is a good one (and one I had never heard before, so I’m assuming it is original to the speaker). (continued....)

News Item12/25/16 10:23 AM
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Gay Allen wrote..

the rulers of this world love to shoot each other confirming hand signs and symbols on businesses, this is nothing more then Mr Ham showing his "friends" that he is still on board with the luciferian agenda ...

Maybe in the new year the women pastors on sermon audio can tell us about the biblical mandates concerning backbiting other believers...just my thought for a good Christmas sermon!!


News Item12/25/16 10:20 AM
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s c wrote:

Reaching the world is always more effective God's way. Compromise really doesn't help. Faithful preachers are always in season and don't need to look like the world 2 times a year.

Merry Christmas SC!!! You should email Mr. Ham, and tell him your thoughts..you are calling a faithful man a compromiser on a public forum. What does the LORD say about that?


News Item12/23/16 12:12 PM
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Yeah..just a little bit. I'm a door to door sales rep for a fortune 50 company which will go unmentioned. When I was in Ma. I did the same job, and people woiuld slam the door,on me..they do it here too..except they do it with bible verses on their doors. Very interesting. And I REALLY miss good pizza and Chinese food!!

News Item12/22/16 4:21 PM
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Christopher000

I'm from western mass. Just moved to Kentucky. I really miss New England a lot though and really would,love to go back and Lord willing do some street preaching and maybe help plant a church. I used to love going to Pawtucket Red Sox games at McCoy.


News Item12/22/16 10:50 AM
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I've always loved that 'claimed responsibility' bit. Imagine kids in school saying ' I'm the one who put the tack on the teachers chair!!'

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I'm glad men can't have babies..although I recently passed a kidney stone. WOW that was tough!!!

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I know I'm not Connor but yes they do. The free ligonier app is better in my opinion. Love the ocean state! Fishing for fluke off point Judith

News Item12/21/16 3:11 PM
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Steven R wrote

I thought Conner, a Bible school dropout and cashier at a McDonalds, calling someone else 'dumb' was very very amusing

Again you didn't think before you hit enter. Shocking


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Atheists are the most religious people in the world. You have to possess great faith to believe that everything came from nothing.

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Yeah I know. Interesting 'case'

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You sir need to repent. Period. You have absolutely no idea what you are talking about and your silly speech gives you away as a baby Christian, one with absolutely no discernment whatsoever..

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Stever wrote

What post?

Trump thanks evangelicals and graham


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Steve r~

in English please..

GOODBYE STEVE. REPLY TO MY OTHER POST. THANK YOU!!😀


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And didn't. Answer that question for you on the other board? Remember the comment you didn't reply to?

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You didn't think before you typed again did you? I told you that would,probably,be your best bet.

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Right Kev not to mention being inside a mall where they don't allow that stuff

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BMC wrote

It becomes obvious then that sports, entertainment, festivities, etc.. appeal to the flesh, which works should be continually put under subjection unless they exercise dominion upon our wills.

You aren't saying these things are bad right? But that giving them the throne room of the heart would be? Just wondering


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What a great opportunity to bring glory to Christ was totally wasted by this guy. He films himself for his own glory, doesn't even expose the hearts of men through exposure to gods law, doesn't give them the hope of the gospel. What a great waste. Kids...Santa doesn't exist!! That's great. How about this instead?
James 1:17 every good thing bestowed and every perfect gift comes down from above, coming down from the father of,lights, with whom there is no variation or shifting shadow....
I really love open air preaching, but this is NOT open air preaching. This is bringing shame to the name of Jesus Christ. I say that on the authority of 1 Peter 3:15
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