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News Item8/27/19 8:46 AM
Dr. Tim | Way Down Yonder  Find all comments by Dr. Tim
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I would like to go to Cameroon, capture eight members of Boko Haram, and cut off some appendages considerably lower than their ears.

News Item8/27/19 8:42 AM
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If Jiminy’s beloved Demoncrats have their way, the newly reintroduced Do No Harm Act will essentially negate the Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 1993 and Christian business owners will either have to compromise their religious beliefs or close their businesses. As soon as I am done here, I’ll be contacting my representatives and asking them to vigorously oppose this bill. If you care at all about religious freedom in America, I urge you to do the same.

News Item8/27/19 8:33 AM
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All judges nowadays have college degrees. Just goes to show that education does not equal knowledge, and certainly not wisdom. In the words of Mr. Bumble, “The law is a ass.”

News Item8/27/19 8:29 AM
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Looks like our possum-devouring habits are finally going to catch up with us, JAG. I wish now I hadn’t made that YouTube video of me playing mumblety-peg with a Bowie knife.

News Item8/27/19 8:25 AM
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Fresh fire? Hardly. ‘Tis the same old strange fire that has been around since Nadab and Abihu.

News Item8/26/19 12:03 PM
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No, John, no questions, just a comment. It is heartening to know that I am not the only mortal on here, the only person who admits that there just might be the very tiniest possibility that some things I believe may not be 100 percent correct. At least there are two of us. I assume the others are omniscient. At least that’s how some of them come across.

News Item8/26/19 11:58 AM
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So God “wills” for every sin that is committed to be committed. Ridiculous.

News Item8/26/19 10:06 AM
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I would be very interested in learning “the errors of...premillennialism.” So far I haven’t run across any. If Revelation 20 is not to be taken literally, then why should Revelation 22?

News Item8/25/19 10:17 AM
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Well put, John—and no doubt well advised. My point of course is that before we turn to others for their take on scripture, we should first become thoroughly grounded in it ourselves. We can never spot error if we don’t have a firm grasp on the truth.

News Item8/25/19 8:49 AM
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It isn’t difficult to get a proper understanding of the end times, John, or of any other biblical doctrine, if one will but take the following steps:
1. Get saved.
2. Read the Bible—not what Dr. Bottlestopper says about the Bible, but the BIBLE—all the way through again and again and again and again and again, asking the Holy Spirit to guide you into all truth.
3. In addition to reading the Bible, study the Bible thoroughly.
4. Memorize portions of scripture.
5. Meditate on the Word.
6. Above all, decide beforehand to believe everything in the Bible, whether you understand it or not.
One reason people don’t have a firm knowledge of doctrine is because they are lazy and uncommitted to personally searching the scriptures. They would rather have Spurgeon, Gill, Matthew Henry or someone else tell them what the Bible means than to take seriously their personal duty to learn it for themselves.

News Item8/24/19 4:02 PM
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We ain’t heard tell of no Ransomware here in Mississippi. Is it anything like Tupperware? If so, I could use some of the larger pieces for freezing possum.

News Item8/24/19 3:54 PM
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Still hold the world record for inappropriate comments, eh Jiminy?

News Item8/24/19 3:51 PM
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Hi Pfft. Got a new moniker I see, but the same old sweet disposition. You are a pathetic little twerp and if I knew who you and where you were I would turn you over my knee and teach you some manners. Crawl back under your rock, why don’t you?

News Item8/24/19 3:46 PM
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If Madame Warren cannot do basic math, there is no way she should be signing off on our national budget. A person worth fifty billion dollars would not “pitch in two cents” as she put it. He or she would PITCH IN A BILLION DOLLARS, and that’s just for one year’s worth of babysitting (read: indoctrinating) somebody else’s children. A bad plan all around.

News Item8/24/19 1:01 PM
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Let. It. Go.

News Item8/23/19 4:41 PM
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If “Thou shalt not kill,” means anything other than murder, then God incites us to commit sin when He says that murderers (and others) are to be put to death. And James, I think that’s all for me, too. There’s no point in arguing with people whose only goal in life is to argue.

News Item8/23/19 3:28 PM
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Adriel, if you were here in America slamming our country like that, I’d challenge you to a duel. With English walnuts, of course.
An American lad is also probably at least 70 times more likely to hear the gospel here in America than in the other countries you mentioned. Our flaws—and even Jim Lincoln—notwithstanding, we still have the greatest place on earth to live (John, please note that I didn’t say “I think”). That’s why people are scrambling to get in, and not looking for ways to get out. America: love it, leave it, or just stay the heck out of it in the first place.

News Item8/23/19 1:27 PM
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Ceasefires have been attempted heron before, HM, but sporadic firing inevitably breaks out.

News Item8/23/19 10:50 AM
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Romans 12:18
If it be possible, as much as lieth in you, live peaceably with all men.
When a lunatic storms into the church shooting up the congregation, it’s obviously a bit too late to try to live peaceably with him. Then it’s time to whip out the Glock and stop the man’s clock.

News Item8/23/19 8:55 AM
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English walnuts are harmless and generally useless. They are essentially Nerf walnuts, and squirrels play soccer with them prior to retiring to their nut pubs.
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