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Megaphone wrote:
Pure speculation. You don't know what the apostles would have done if they had rights guaranteed by law to freedom of speech, it didn't exist in their day. You cannot say with any authority that Wheaton college students did was unbiblical because you have nothing upon which to base it, it wasn't an option for the early Christians.
Ahem, my dear megaphone, although you have a stupid moniker, I will answer your point.

What on earth does your constitution or first amendment have to do with obeying God? Hmmmm?

Now my dear fellow/woman whoever you are, I recommend you read the Acts of the Apostles and get into the biblical idea of what the mind of the apostles was, concerning what they ought to do when confronted with contrary men. Read, for example, the context of the following verse:

Acts 5:29 KJV
(29)  Then Peter and the other apostles answered and said, We ought to obey God rather than men.

(Did not I say this right at the start of this debate?)

Now then megaphone, if you believe these students are doing the right thing, will you pay for all their court costs if they lose their case? Or will you disown them and say, "Stupid students!"


News Item9/22/19 8:36 AM
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News Item9/22/19 8:27 AM
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Megaphone wrote:
Pure speculation. You don't know what the apostles would have done if they had rights guaranteed by law to freedom of speech, it didn't exist in their day. You cannot say with any authority that Wheaton college students did was unbiblical because you have nothing upon which to base it, it wasn't an option for the early Christians.
Paul used his Roman citizenship to avoid an unfair trial that was getting him into the hands of unfair Jews.
Pursuing lawful means of justice is not forbidden in Scriptures.

What can be said of this passage?

" ...when it was day, the magistrates sent the serjeants, saying,
Let those men go.

... the keeper of the prison told ... Paul,
The magistrates have sent to let you go:
now therefore depart, and go in peace.

But Paul said unto them,
They have beaten us openly uncondemned, being Romans,
and have cast us into prison;
and now do they thrust us out privily?
nay verily;
but let them come themselves and fetch us out.

And the serjeants told these words unto the magistrates:
and they feared, when they heard that they were Romans.
And they came and besought them, and brought them out,
and desired them to depart out of the city."


News Item9/22/19 8:12 AM
Megaphone  Find all comments by Megaphone
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John UK wrote:
I claimed that there is no biblical warrant for them to be doing this. The reason I said that is because there is NO bibical precedent for them to be doing this.
Pure speculation. You don't know what the apostles would have done if they had rights guaranteed by law to freedom of speech, it didn't exist in their day. You cannot say with any authority that Wheaton college students did was unbiblical because you have nothing upon which to base it, it wasn't an option for the early Christians.

News Item9/22/19 8:05 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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James Glenday wrote:
Key points:

•The Wall Street Journal reported Mr Morison had wanted Mr Houston to be with him at some events
•Mr Houston said he was never contacted by Mr Morrison and called the story "baseless rumours"
•The PM's office said all invitations to the state dinner at the White House were issued at the discretion of the hosts
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Mr Houston, the founder of the Hillsong Church, was censured by the Royal Commission into the Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.

It found Mr Houston had failed a victim by not reporting allegations against his father, Frank, to police. Frank Houston, who died in 2004, confessed to sexually abusing a boy in New Zealand.

excerpt from, "Scott Morrison dismisses report he wanted Hillsong pastor Brian Houston to attend events during US state visit"đź‘Ž

https://tinyurl.com/yxfewcsx


News Item9/22/19 8:04 AM
Marty McD | Usa  Find all comments by Marty McD
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Giving the Communist party this weapon is like giving a fully loaded AR-15 to a monkey in a crowded area.

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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Lahav Harkov wrote:
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Joint List Ayman Odeh responded to each affront in turn, but this tweet from after the chatbot comment sums up his position: “Netanyahu is a psychopath without redlines and he wants to see blood. This shameful criminal will continue cheapening our blood as long as he thinks it will help him escape prison. We contacted Facebook. They must act immediately to put an end to Netanyahu’s racist and dangerous incitement against the Arab public.”...
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If anything, there was a sort of symbiotic relationship between the Likud and the Joint List. Netanyahu attacked to motivate his voters to vote, and in response, the Joint List spurred its voters by calling Netanyahu and the Right racist.

THE RESULT of Netanyahu’s focus on Arab voters is his own nightmare scenario, the one he kept describing....

excerpt from, "Political Affairs: Netanyahu’s nightmare - Odeh becomes the kingmaker?"

https://tinyurl.com/yxa7ly9l

Interesting article.


News Item9/22/19 4:16 AM
John UK  Find all comments by John UK
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Quiet Christian,

Let us look again at this from the beginning, before I look at your recent comment, which I will do, be assured.

"Four Wheaton College students who were repeatedly stopped from open-air preaching and passing out evangelism literature in Millennium Park are suing the city for allegedly violating their First Amendment rights."

I claimed that there is no biblical warrant for them to be doing this. The reason I said that is because there is NO bibical precedent for them to be doing this.

Today's DIY Christianity leaves God outside the church door and refuses to trust in him for anything. So you are left with your own resources - other men.

In this case, the students are actually taking someone else to court and suing them. Nice one! Great witness lads! That's one up for Jesus Christ! High fives all round! Oh what a fantastic bit of evangelism, guaranteed to endear a lot of people to the Christian faith.

And all the time God says, "He that winneth souls is wise."

Why didn't they just find somewhere else to preach? Hmmmm?

In the UK, private shopping centres have their own by-laws. I have tried tracting such places and been politely turfed out. I didn't grumble, just went outside on the street with my tracts.


News Item9/22/19 3:49 AM
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The Quiet Christian wrote:
... your straw man example ...
And such a bizarre one to dismiss freedom of speech!

There are principles of order and respect that when in place in any civizalised society along the right of freedom of speech should diffuse all the 'contrary pragmatism' alluded or invented.

This approach comes close to false syllogism


Sermon9/22/19 3:30 AM
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Defeating the Sin of Depression
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Where can we listen to your brother's preaching. Thank you Sam

Sermon9/22/19 3:27 AM
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Thank you, great sermon.

News Item9/22/19 3:20 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Neil, where did you URL for the the first article?

Anyway, this article stated that British Petroleum said that,

Huileng Tan wrote:
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Earlier this year, energy giant BP forecast that the world’s energy demand will grow by a third through 2040, driven by rising consumption in China, India and other parts of Asia.

About 75% of that increase will come from the need to power industry and buildings, it said. At the same time, energy demand will continue to grow in the transportation sector, but that growth will slow sharply as vehicles become more efficient and more consumers opt for electric cars.

By the end of the next two decades, BP[!] says that renewables will provide most of the world’s electric power, with wind, solar and other renewable energy sources gaining ground at a faster pace than any fuel through human history.

excerpt from, "Renewable energy is now a compelling alternative as it costs less than fossil fuels, says Michael Milken"

https://tinyurl.com/yyohzgcd

Notice that last paragraph

And the article from the Friday NewsHour,
https://tinyurl.com/y6e6w58u (Why transitioning to only renewable energy will be difficult for the U.S.) that atomic energy will have to play a much more prominent role than it


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The Quiet Christian  Find all comments by The Quiet Christian
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This is the next step, apparently, after the Ministerial on persecution that included what one common poster opined was "whining" to the President. I have no idea how successful this will be or how much this really supports Christians in difficult places to live overseas (maybe California too?). But I do remeber a day when US foreign policy was informed by a desire for basic human rights which included the right to biblically be a Christian saved by grace. That foreign policy, of course, has changed over the years to be a driving force for other agendas, like the global LGBT agenda, that are downright supportive of sin.

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The Quiet Christian  Find all comments by The Quiet Christian
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Challenging someone's gods really seem to get idolaters upset. And that not just true of Hindus but all sorts of different flavors of the same poison. Progressives in this country really get going when told they are wrong, like environmentalists, feminists, LGBT+, etc.

It would seem that need tougher, more durable gods. The True and Living God has incredible long suffering with the sinful behavior of mankind as a whole and people in general, which many now see as slackness, as well as station subject to futility and then individual people. Even those of us called according to His purpose are in a lifelong battle with sin. Instead of destroying us as we rightly deserve, He paid the penalty for our sins and calls us to Himself through Jesus Christ. That's long suffering. That's strenghth. That's a God I can trust in.


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The Quiet Christian  Find all comments by The Quiet Christian
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Cultural Revolution 2.0. May the Lord have mercy on His people in China. And may His Gospel go forth with power to a people trapped in darkness...in China and the US.

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The Quiet Christian  Find all comments by The Quiet Christian
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Sure reminds me of this passage:

And they worshipped the dragon which gave power unto the beast, and they worshipped the beast, saying, Who is like unto the beast! who is able to war with him! - Revelation 13:4


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The Quiet Christian  Find all comments by The Quiet Christian
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...While the Lord is sovereign over such tragedies, these are outside His declarative will which informs us what is right and wrong from His word. Offenses will come, but woe be it to him by whom they come.

I'm not very swayed by medical descriptions and terminology from the internet. The medical establishment has proven often that they are not good sources for morality or necessarily good science. You would do better, Jim, to turn to your Bible after asking the Lord to lead you with it.


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I have a problem with your characterization of life beginning at conception as RC definition rather than a Biblical one, Jim. That's not accurate. No Protestant worth his salt picks up a doctrine without a Biblical warrant, something John UK and I enjoy arguing about. If the RC happened to be right on this, good for them. May the Lord lead them further in right thinking and judgment to Himself. The general disagreement with the RCC is not an excuse to turn from this particular doctrine.

I also have a problem with you characterizing miscarriages as some sort of abortion. That kind of language is designed to make abortion seem somehow natural. A miscarriage is a miscarriage, not an abortion. We don't know why the Lord allows these to happen ,but He must have a purpose. He is the creator and sustainer of life. All the days of a man's life were written in His book before a single day came to pass. We recently attended the funeral of a young mother who left behind her husband and children. Yet her death was not untimely...it was right when the Lord said it was time for her to end her separation from Him. One could make the same argument for any miscarriage.

Abortion is the murder of a child who was not being miscarried at the time he or she was killed, While the Lord is sovereig


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I'm not sure it does, Jim. Your posted stats didnt give the overall number for comparison and the US percentage was five years old.

So I don't know if I should add an additional 30% to the 862,320 or not. What I'm questioning is whether or not chemical/drug induced home abortions are taking away from the surgical procedure.

One is too many, so in many ways, it really doesn't matter. We cry out about genocide in Africa, the Balkans, the Middle East, and Burma. And we miss the massive systematic taking of life right under our very noses.

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