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WEDNESDAY, OCT 22, 2014  |  12 comments
Having failed at Miss. polls, 'gay' activists go to court
Two same-gender couples have filed suit to overturn Mississippi's constitutional amendment defining marriage as between one man and one woman – an amendment approved by 86 percent of Mississippi voters in 2004. Buddy Smith is executive vice president of American Family Association, which is based in Tupelo.

"This is such a tragic move because natural marriage is such a foundational building block in America. Children need a mom and a dad - that's God's design" and definition in the Bible, notes Smith.

Now, he continues, it's time for state government to step up to the plate. "I would only hope that Attorney General [Jim] Hood here in Mississippi will step up and do what he can," the AFA spokesman shares. "I feel confident that Governor [Phil] Bryant will do everything within his executive powers." ...


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Jennifer LeClaire REPORT  Find all comments by Jennifer LeClaire REPORT
"What was it that someone said about the slippery slope of special rights for the LGBTIQ community? Well, the cry for civil rights for pedophiles is now official.

Margo Kaplan, who teaches law at Rutgers University, used The New York Times as a platform to opine about the stigma pedophilia carries. The stigma, she laments, makes it difficult for adults with sexual attractions to children to get help.

Pointing to uncited research, Kaplan argues that pedophilia is not a choice but a mental disorder that may have neurological origins, sort of like being left-handed. She also bemoans that our current law is "inconsistent and irrational" in dealing with pedophiles. When it comes to public policies that might help people with pedophilia come forward and seek treatment before they offend, she is troubled that the law omits pedophilia from protection."

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News Item10/25/14 2:03 AM
GSTexas  Find all comments by GSTexas
I read the book about six years ago, before I was even saved. Id have to read it again now that I have the Holy Spirit to help me discern truth from error to give you a better assessment. But, since we are promised to be saved from hell, I have a hard time believing God would make one of his elect experience it, just to warn others. Especially since scripture teaches that if they will not hear Moses and the prophets, they wont be persuaded by someone who experienced it first hand.
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News Item10/24/14 6:45 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
GS, what are your thought on the book/experience?

Yeah, hard to say, John. The doubt, which is completely natural, is precisely why I have never shared my experience(s). I've always hated knowing that it couldn't possibly be believed fully, and as far as the forum, there are a couple of people I don't even want reading it so I'm not quite sure how to get around that. I might just have to suck it up and just make it public anyway because I know some of you are really interested and would believe it as much as you are able to.

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News Item10/23/14 12:16 PM
GSTexas  Find all comments by GSTexas
Luke 16:27 Then he said, I pray thee therefore, father, that thou wouldest send him to my father's house: 16:28 For I have five brethren; that he may testify unto them, lest they also come into this place of torment. 16:29 Abraham saith unto him, They have Moses and the prophets; let them hear them. 16:30 And he said, Nay, father Abraham: but if one went unto them from the dead, they will repent. 16:31 And he said unto him, If they hear not Moses and the prophets, neither will they be persuaded, though one rose from the dead.

Scripture says if they dont believe Gods word, they will not believe someone who has experienced hell first hand.

Ive read the book btw, and another more unbiblical one called A Divine Revelation of Hell.

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News Item10/23/14 10:58 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Christopher000 wrote:
Thanks for taking a look, John. I think the condensed story is on YouTube as he tells it on stage before a church crowd. Pretty interesting to hear along with some details I never would have imagined.
I'll see if I can watch it, Chris. But our only port of call for developing any belief is the Bible; and I think the Lord has given us sufficient info about hell to preach it. Of course, if Bill sticks to scripture, there's no problem. Faith only comes to them that can receive it from the word. That is, "faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God" It is God's method.

But who am I to say he never experienced what he claimed?

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News Item10/23/14 10:54 AM
Dopey  Find all comments by Dopey
John UK wrote:
It's not an easy one, Chris. Bill claims that Jesus has given him a message to take to the people. I've had a look around on his official website, as he is now in fulltime ministry after he and his wife had both been estate agents. There isn't enough info to evaluate his doctrinal position, although he appears to hold the fundamentalist take on making a decision for Christ and being saved through faith alone in Christ alone. He is claiming thousands of conversions.
I've not read the book, but he seems to have a heightened awareness of the fact of hellfire. But I don't know. Sorry I can't offer an opinion. But we just go on preaching about hell from the Bible and salvation in Christ Jesus.
1 John 4:1 KJV

Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God: because many false prophets are gone out into the world.

John, "it's not an easy one"?
I say, "it's not a hard one", if we let 1 John 4:1 really sink in. All we need is

(1) to allow God to reveal some fool proof tests for us to use.

(2) Get God to give us the courage to set the tests in motion (It has something to do with being "as bold as a lion" and receiving nothing except it be given us from heaven, that is, God.)...More

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News Item10/23/14 10:49 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Thanks for taking a look, John. I think the condensed story is on YouTube as he tells it on stage before a church crowd. Pretty interesting to hear along with some details I never would have imagined.
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News Item10/23/14 10:36 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Christopher000 wrote:
23 minutes in Hell is another book I've read. I know what many say about these experiences, types of books, etc, but I always wonder at the same time how any born again Christian could/would write and communicate lies on such a grand scale with no fear of God. I can understand someone who doesn't really believe and wanting to make a quick buck, but it's always hard for me to believe that any born again Christian would relate and promote such storys if they weren't accurate and true.
It's not an easy one, Chris. Bill claims that Jesus has given him a message to take to the people. I've had a look around on his official website, as he is now in fulltime ministry after he and his wife had both been estate agents. There isn't enough info to evaluate his doctrinal position, although he appears to hold the fundamentalist take on making a decision for Christ and being saved through faith alone in Christ alone. He is claiming thousands of conversions.

I've not read the book, but he seems to have a heightened awareness of the fact of hellfire. But I don't know. Sorry I can't offer an opinion. But we just go on preaching about hell from the Bible and salvation in Christ Jesus.

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News Item10/23/14 10:16 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Valid points, Helps. Thinking of myself for an example, if I were to relate an experience or two, I wouldn't make anything up or change a single word because I just don't understand the point of lying in any way. Not to mention, I don't understand how any born again Christian can think God would be okay with it, etc. As for writing books, it's a great way to get a message throughout the world, but I also understand that the consideration of money can corrupt, not to mention that publishers always want a manuscript that holds attention throughout which causes many authors to expound a bit beyond actual experience.
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News Item10/23/14 8:32 AM
Helps | UK  Find all comments by Helps
Christopher000 wrote:
I can understand someone who doesn't really believe and wanting to make a quick buck, but it's always hard for me to believe that any born again Christian would relate and promote such storys if they weren't accurate and true.
We have to question the legitimacy of most of these experiences.

The apostle Paul had a genuine experience, but just look at 2 Corinthians 12 and see how Paul dealt with his experience. What he heard were unspeakable words, which it is not lawful for a man to utter (v4). What he saw, he'd rather not say in case anyone thought too highly of him (v6), and in case he was tempted to think too highly of himself the Lord gave him something to keep him humble (v7).

If we accept the apostle as a pattern then this is how we'd expect anyone granted a special vision/revelation to be dealt with by the Lord and how we'd expect them to deal with their experience. If they proclaim it from the roof tops and try and make money from writing books etc, we have to wonder about their motives if not the genuineness of their experience. And you already know, even from those on SA, that not every person who claims to be a Christian is one.

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News Item10/23/14 7:57 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
23 minutes in Hell is another book I've read. I know what many say about these experiences, types of books, etc, but I always wonder at the same time how any born again Christian could/would write and communicate lies on such a grand scale with no fear of God. I can understand someone who doesn't really believe and wanting to make a quick buck, but it's always hard for me to believe that any born again Christian would relate and promote such storys if they weren't accurate and true.
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News Item10/23/14 7:42 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Since there's no interest in this particular thread...has anyone read Heaven is for Real? I read it, well, listened to it yesterday. Throughout the story, the mother and father, over a long span of time, ask Colton what Jesus looked like; always showing him pictures of varying likenesses whenever they would come across them, whether in magazines, drawings, churches, bioks, whatever. Coltons response was always, "no" when asked the question, "is this Him"? One day, he was shown a painting by Akiana Kramarik, child prodigy, entitled, "Prince of Peace, the resurrection", and his response was, "yeah, that's Him".
I just found it interesting. The one thing in the story that made me think was when his parents were asking him if he had seen various people. One person they named was Mary and Colton said he saw her and she was worshipping at the throne. Just wondering if anyone has read it and your thoughts.
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