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FRONT PAGE  |  9/22/2019
THURSDAY, APR 19, 2018  |  15 comments
Pompeo’s Kansas Church Asks God to ‘Give Him Strength’ in Senate Confirmation Process
Under fire from Muslim, Jewish and human rights groups for a record of anti-Muslim remarks, Secretary of State nominee Mike Pompeo is receiving spiritual support from his home church in Kansas.

Eastminster Presbyterian Church, where Pompeo is a member and former deacon and Sunday school teacher, prayed Sunday (April 15) that God would “give him strength” in his uncertain confirmation process.

“This morning, we want to pray for our dear brother Mike Pompeo as he goes through the confirmation process,” the Rev. Warren Snyder, Eastminster Presbyterian’s assistant pastor, said as members bowed their heads.

“We ask that you would be glorified in his life, that you would be lifted up, that you would strengthen him and his wife (Susan) and his son (Nick) as he goes through this process,” Snyder prayed to God. “Give him strength. Help him to stand.” ...


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News Item4/23/18 10:23 AM
kjg of Middle Tennessee | Earth  Find all comments by kjg of Middle Tennessee
Kevin Swanson has an interesting commentary on Mr. Pompeo.
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News Item4/20/18 11:32 AM
Kev | US  Find all comments by Kev
John UK wrote:
All okay here bro, except ailments of course. It comes with age.
You know, I hesitate to recommend Presbyterian friends to read Calvin on the subject of baptism, lest they see the objection and leave their church. A lot of the WCF is fine by me, and not a lot different from the 1689 Baptist confession. But infant baptism is the sticking point, and so, so, dangerous.
Hope you are good, brother, and progressing in your....er....er....knowledge of Jesus. Yes, that's it.
Yeah I have many Presbyterian brothers and sister but I can’t agree with their position on baptism. I like to think I’m growing in my relationship with Jesus Lord willing. Take care Bro.
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News Item4/20/18 11:26 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Kev wrote:
Hey John hope all is going well with you and it’s getting warmer down your way. Yeah I agree exactly that’s why when someone suggested to read the WCF to understand baptism I just had to post that up lol. Yeah not to interested in having an infant baptism debate either it is no use.
All okay here bro, except ailments of course. It comes with age.

You know, I hesitate to recommend Presbyterian friends to read Calvin on the subject of baptism, lest they see the objection and leave their church. A lot of the WCF is fine by me, and not a lot different from the 1689 Baptist confession. But infant baptism is the sticking point, and so, so, dangerous.

Hope you are good, brother, and progressing in your....er....er....knowledge of Jesus. Yes, that's it.

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News Item4/20/18 11:08 AM
Kev | US  Find all comments by Kev
John UK wrote:
Kev, I've had hundreds of convos with Presbyterians on this forum, on this very subject, and I've yet to come across one who understood the WCF statement on baptism, relating as it does to a single verse in Genesis and a carry-through from circumcision to the new covenant. Now if they were to read the Institutes on this subject, written by John Calvin, they would see exactly what the Presbyterian position is all about. And it is not good.
Hey John hope all is going well with you and it’s getting warmer down your way. Yeah I agree exactly that’s why when someone suggested to read the WCF to understand baptism I just had to post that up lol. Yeah not to interested in having an infant baptism debate either it is no use.
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News Item4/20/18 11:02 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Kev wrote:
Westminster Confession of Faith.
VI. The efficacy of Baptism is not tied to that moment of time wherein it is administered...
Kev, I've had hundreds of convos with Presbyterians on this forum, on this very subject, and I've yet to come across one who understood the WCF statement on baptism, relating as it does to a single verse in Genesis and a carry-through from circumcision to the new covenant. Now if they were to read the Institutes on this subject, written by John Calvin, they would see exactly what the Presbyterian position is all about. And it is not good.
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News Item4/20/18 10:46 AM
Kev | US  Find all comments by Kev
Lisa wrote:
I am Presbyterian and find some of these comments extremely uncharitable! Bible- believing Presbyterians don't merely believe in baptizing their children and certainly don't believe or teach that it saves them. You can study the doctrines further in the Westminster Confession of Faith. Attacking each other's belief on baptism when good men have held to opposite views throughout history hurts the unity of believers.
Westminster Confession of Faith.
VI. The efficacy of Baptism is not tied to that moment of time wherein it is administered;[16] yet, notwithstanding, by the right use of this ordinance, the grace promised is not only offered, but really exhibited, and conferred, by the Holy Ghost, to such (whether of age or infants) as that grace belongs unto, according to the counsel of God's own will, in His appointed time.[17]

Dont know what this all means?:
“by the right use of this ordinance, the grace promised is not only offered, but really exhibited, and conferred, by the Holy Ghost, to such (whether of age or infants)”

So if you do the “sacrament” right, the Holy Spirit will....I don’t think anyone was attacking your faith. The Westminster Confession of Faith was written so as to be left open to interpretation.

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News Item4/20/18 10:06 AM
Lisa | NC  Find all comments by Lisa
I am Presbyterian and find some of these comments extremely uncharitable! Bible- believing Presbyterians don't merely believe in baptizing their children and certainly don't believe or teach that it saves them. You can study the doctrines further in the Westminster Confession of Faith. Attacking each other's belief on baptism when good men have held to opposite views throughout history hurts the unity of believers.
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News Item4/20/18 8:43 AM
Wayfarer Pilgrim | Lubbock,tx  Find all comments by Wayfarer Pilgrim
Does baptism for adults attest to their salvation? Or, as scriptural teaching shows, baptizing infants is hanging onto the old guard of the RCC.and does not save a soul from hell. If we are from Adam, we are prone to wander. For infant baptism, that’s it for Presbyterians. No immersion, no statement of faith. Nope, nada.
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News Item4/19/18 2:19 PM
Been Watching  Find all comments by Been Watching
NeedHim wrote:
Frank; My Baptist Pastor said I was saved because I bowed my head, said the prayer, raised my hand, put the date in my Bible & said I was a Republican to. The couple who play double duty at My Baptist Church & who attend the Catholic Church can confirm that, lol.
Golly gee...you too?!
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News Item4/19/18 2:13 PM
NeedHim  Find all comments by NeedHim
Frank; My Baptist Pastor said I was saved because I bowed my head, said the prayer, raised my hand, put the date in my Bible & said I was a Republican to. The couple who play double duty at My Baptist Church & who attend the Catholic Church can confirm that, lol.
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News Item4/19/18 12:48 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
John Yurich USA wrote:
I also reviewed the website for Pompeo's Presbyterian Church in Kanas and there doctrinal beliefs are in line with the Bible.
In our world today if a politician mentions the name of Christ,then the cultural Christians treat them as if they are one of us. That is one way the gospel has been dummied down.

Thanks (sarcastically of course) for proving my point.

Last one to you of course.

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News Item4/19/18 12:29 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Frank wrote:
If someone takes the time to read the article, it will be clear that Pompeo is simply another politician who picks and chooses what to believe from scripture. (I also reviewed his home church in Kansas)
In our world today if a politician mentions the name of Christ,then the cultural Christians treat them as if they are one of us. That is one way the gospel has been dummied down.
Example of what I mean is below.
“Is being gay a perversion?” Booker asked.
“Senator, when I was a politician, I had a very clear view on whether it was appropriate for two same-sex persons to marry,” Pompeo replied. “I stand by that.”
“So, you do not believe that it’s appropriate for two gay people to marry?”
Booker pressed.
“Senator, I continue to hold that view,” said Pompeo, who stressed that he treated gay couples within the CIA “with the exact same set of rights” as heterosexuals.
I also reviewed the website for Pompeo's Presbyterian Church in Kanas and there doctrinal beliefs are in line with the Bible.
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News Item4/19/18 12:17 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
If someone takes the time to read the article, it will be clear that Pompeo is simply another politician who picks and chooses what to believe from scripture. (I also reviewed his home church in Kansas)

In our world today if a politician mentions the name of Christ,then the cultural Christians treat them as if they are one of us. That is one way the gospel has been dummied down.

Example of what I mean is below.

“Is being gay a perversion?” Booker asked.

“Senator, when I was a politician, I had a very clear view on whether it was appropriate for two same-sex persons to marry,” Pompeo replied. “I stand by that.”

“So, you do not believe that it’s appropriate for two gay people to marry?”
Booker pressed.

“Senator, I continue to hold that view,” said Pompeo, who stressed that he treated gay couples within the CIA “with the exact same set of rights” as heterosexuals.

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News Item4/19/18 6:53 AM
kjg of Middle Tennessee | Earth  Find all comments by kjg of Middle Tennessee
Correction: had no problem or concern with islamic infiltrators
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News Item4/19/18 6:52 AM
kjg of Middle Tennessee | Earth  Find all comments by kjg of Middle Tennessee
When Mr.Pompeo was a Congressman, he was an ardent supporter of homeschooling and a friend to the HSLDA. It is ironic that under Obama, the Senate had no problem islamic infiltrators in the CIA or DHS.
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