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SUNDAY, SEP 2, 2012  |  12 comments
OK, Mormons, drink up — Coke and Pepsi are OK

Maybe now, reporters, bloggers, outsiders and even many Mormons will accept that the Utah-based LDS Church does not forbid cola drinking.

On Wednesday, the LDS Church posted a statement on its website saying that "the church does not prohibit the use of caffeine" and that the faith’s health-code reference to "hot drinks" "does not go beyond [tea and coffee]."

A day later, the website wording was slightly softened, saying only that "the church revelation spelling out health practices ... does not mention the use of caffeine."

Same goes for the church’s two-volume handbook, which stake presidents, bishops and other LDS leaders use to guide their congregations. It says plainly that "the only official interpretation of ‘hot drinks’ (D&C 89:9) in the Word of Wisdom is the statement made by early church leaders that the term ‘hot drinks’ means tea and coffee." ...


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News Item9/11/12 2:58 PM
closer look  Find all comments by closer look
Jim Lincoln wrote:
A homosexual authorized the King James Version which means the god of this world authorized it
That is deception, a lie, to say that King James was homosexual. Untrue!!

You certainly have no proof of this being the case and the only reason you use it is because you seek to uphold modern versions over the KJV. That makes your reasons even more of deception. The person who is serving the god of this world, Satan is you Jim. I pray that God may forgive you the blasphemies which you maintain and post.

As King James Bible users we simply point to the fact that God obviously used the KJV for hundreds of years.
Whereas the sad case of the modern versionists is that they must use a lie, to support their lost cause, to attack the Bible God used and indeed still uses.

At least the KJV user has a good cause to use this version, God used it when no other version was increased in popular usage over so many years. God obviously preferred the KJV.

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News Item9/11/12 2:53 PM
KJV English speaking-Onlyist  Find all comments by KJV English speaking-Onlyist
Jim Lincoln wrote:
A homosexual authorized the King James Version
It is rather obvious that the AV is one of the **** *** q.v.
I said this before if King James was a Sodomite(not homosexual, get it right Jim) he would not let the AV be printed with his named on it.
And again how can you tell a person that what he is saying is wrong when you can not prove with your (")bible(")?
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News Item9/11/12 2:40 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
A homosexual authorized the King James Version which means the god of this world authorized it. It has Satan's imprimatur on it, e.g., Romans 8:16, q.v., Restating the Obvious about Bible Translation.

It is rather obvious that the AV is one of the **** *** q.v., II Peter 2:16 versions of the Bible, and to get to the meat of one verse of the Bible,

Barnes Commentary wrote:
And commanding to abstain from meats, etc; The word meat in the Scriptures, commonly denotes food of all kinds, Mt 3:4, 6:26, 10:10; Mt 15:37. This was the meaning of the word when the translation of the Bible was made.... The word here used βρωμα means, properly, whatever is eaten, and may refer to animal flesh, fish, fruit, or vegetables....
Even the Strong Concordance would give a better idea how to handle that verse, which like the above. Just another archaic or incorrect translation in the AV.

No, KJVO not a The Influence of An Anglican Archbishop on the KJV.

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News Item9/10/12 4:22 PM
KJV English speaking-Onlyist  Find all comments by KJV English speaking-Onlyist
With Jim's need for a Baptist on the "translation" team he is either
1. A Baptist brider(just not the KJVO tyde) or
2. A Baptist Prider

And with the contemporary English; do you know what I think of when I hear contemporary, I think of a Northern church thowing out the organ, and a Southern church thowing out the banjo and flute; and puting in its place a drum set and a electic "guitlar". And a Northern church thowing out its firm standing pastor, and southern church removeing it 3 pew spitter pastor telling them that their mading God sick by their sinning, and replaceing them with cute looking, handsome, boring "pastors". And many other things I think about when I hear contemporary. With that would even think I would dare pick up a comtemporary English "bible"?

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News Item9/10/12 3:36 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
One Book Only wrote:
Secondly what would we need a Baptist for?
A forerunner of course.

You never heard of a Presbyterian forerunner, did you?

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News Item9/10/12 3:26 PM
One Book Only  Find all comments by One Book Only
Jim Lincoln wrote:
Remember a requirement for an acceptable Bible, one that you don't throw in recycling bin, such as the AV, is:
1. It had Baptists on it's translation team.
2. It is in good contemporary English.
Actually you perfectly pointed out
Jim
GOD does not agree with you on His King James Version of His Holy Word which HE authorised for use and used for centuries.

Remember those words Jim ~ "God does not agree with you."

Secondly what would we need a Baptist for? GOD didn't use one on HIS King James Version. And anyway they don't understand the Old Testament and throw out parts of it which differ from their theologies.

Thirdly "contemporary english" is one thing, Jim, BUT using the (modern) version which Liberal Anglican heretics and popish doctrine sympathiers have contributed too is utter blasphemy.

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News Item9/10/12 3:02 PM
KJV English speaking-Onlyist  Find all comments by KJV English speaking-Onlyist
Can I had you answer those question please not others.
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News Item9/10/12 2:56 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Remember a requirement for an acceptable Bible, one that you don't throw in recycling bin, such as the AV, is:

1. It had Baptists on it's translation team.
2. It is in good contemporary English.

Actually you perfectly pointed out what, Dr. Wallace, said, Why I Do Not Think the King James Bible Is the Best Translation Available Today.

Dear KJV Only Advocate:

'Do not give them a loaf of bread, covered with an inedible, impenetrable crust, fossilized by three and a half centuries. Give them the Word of God as fresh and warm and clear as the Holy Spirit gave it to the authors of the Bible. . . . For any preacher or theologian who loves God's Word to allow that Word to go on being misunderstood because of the veneration of an archaic, not-understood version of four centuries ago is inexcusable, and almost unconscionable'---Edward H. Palmer

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News Item9/9/12 2:13 PM
KJV English speaking-Onlyist  Find all comments by KJV English speaking-Onlyist
What is wrong with having devils in 1 Tim 4:1?
What with changing meats to food?
And creature to everything created?
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News Item9/9/12 2:08 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
My pastor covered part of an interesting material in 1 Timothy this morning, e.g.,

1 Timothy 4:1 But the Spirit explicitly says that in later times some will fall away from the faith, paying attention to deceitful spirits and doctrines of demons,
2 by means of the hypocrisy of liars seared in their own conscience as with a branding iron,
3 men who forbid marriage and advocate abstaining from foods, which God has created to be gratefully shared in by those who believe and know the truth.
4 For everything created by God is good, and nothing is to be rejected, if it is received with gratitude;
5 for it is sanctified by means of the word of God and prayer. Roman Catholics, Mormons and Jehovah Witnesses

Roman Catholics, Mormons and Jehovah Witnesses really do have a lot in common, for example contempt for the Word of God.

I would suppose the first person to leave a comment on this thread was being sarcastic? I would hope so.

Oh, politics: 1 Corinthians 6:9-10

Lofgren

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News Item9/3/12 10:38 AM
profound revelations  Find all comments by profound revelations
"the LDS Church posted a statement on its website saying that "the church does not prohibit the use of caffeine" and that the faith’s health-code reference to "hot drinks" "does not go beyond [tea and coffee]."

Well in that case a mormon can become president of these here United States.

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