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Survey5/11/07 3:45 PM
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Anymore Skepticism?

You forgot to mention that Jesus is not God. The trinity is heresy. And Christianity as a whole is a scam.


Survey5/11/07 3:41 PM
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"Yamil, What you have just shown is an inability to understand basic concepts due to your delusion..."

You are already singing the "I am smart, you are stupid" song. Did not take you too long.

Funny, I have not quoted anyone and you claim that I take advice from false teachers. And you take advice from saints, right. It's that what you are getting at?

"Here's a good start..."
Now hold on horsey, you are already trying to go from subject to subject without answering anything. You asked for an example of lie and I shared one with you. Instead of redeeming yourself, you resort to the "ignorance" strawman but you answered nothing. Now you want to ignore the devastating truth altogether and go to your pet kool-aid driven subjects.

You are going to have to do better than that if you are going to strut over here claiming to be smarter than everyone else simply because you affirm that your great grandad was a flee-infested monkey.

P.S. I see since you can't catch any fish over here, you resort to bring your monkey friends over here. So predictable.


Survey5/11/07 1:56 PM
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I have no idea what the topic is but I am wondering when expositor will change his alias to skeptic.

Survey5/11/07 12:43 PM
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Now to answer your question. Separation is a valid meaning of the word. Especially if you you understand the doctrine of reconciliation. To be quickened is the same spiritual reality as reconciliation, adoption, justification and the like. When one is raised from the dead his spirit is reconciled to his physical body. When he is raised from the dead spiritually (viz quickened), he is reconciled unto God.

So I do not understand how you see a contradiction with \\\"separation\\\" being a valid definition of death. In contrast the doctrine of reconciliation is of supreme importance in fully understanding the meaning of death in the Bible. That\\\'s why when one is separated (or banished) from society, it is called Civil death.
Physical death= separation of body from the soul.
Spiritual death= separation of man from God.
Second death= Separation of man from God eternally.
Dead to Sin= Separation of Christians from sin.

Now try substituting \"separation\" with \"inability\" and you really would face a problem. The only time the definition is plausible is when it is in the context of Calvinism. But as I said before, if it is true in one part of the Bible it has to be true all the way through.
Now what \"inability\" does one have when the Bible reffers to us as \"dead to si


Survey5/11/07 12:39 PM
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The truth is demeaning and hateful according to your terms. Get over it.

And yes, I have you down. I know you better than you know yourself. So if you\\\'d like to stick around, I will be more than happy to educate you about yourself.
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Before I start allow me to make a clarification before you start off with a smokescreen technacalities which is no technacality at all. When I say monkey, I mean as everyone else here mean as well an ape-like creature. It reffers to any of the long line of decendents after the break in ancestry from the chimpanzee (as you would hilariously describe it). So don\\\'t get hung up on it to try to divert from the point made.

\\\"As for observing something that takes millions of years- That\\\'s hilarious\\\"

Yes, I find it hilarious myself. That\\\'s why I am not an evolutionist.

\\\"If we saw something like a fish turning into a frog in just a couple generations, we would have good evidence against evolution.\\\"

Yep, I knew you were going to say that. But that answer never makes any sense. Try to think about what you are saying. Evolution states that we evolved from monkeys but if that were to happen today it would be evidence against what it claims. Double talk already?


Survey5/11/07 11:41 AM
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I do not see the story below to be much of a problem. It may not be the best evangelical approach but it is a stretch to call that repulsive.

We had 40 plus translators of which anyone of them can outdo any of the translators today. And considering the fact that hey took great care in their translation process, and risked their lives in doing so, I would take their word against anyone here.

God promised to preserve his Word in every generation. Unfortunately their is not a translator today that believes that. Maybe that\'s why they see it fit to revise the Word of God every five years.


Survey5/11/07 11:33 AM
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That\'s the easiest question one can ask.

How about for starters the statement that we evolved from monkeys (or as you would preffer as if it makes the picture look any brighter--- apelike creature) when noone has ever observed such a spectacle and would not be able to if they wanted to.

I think that\'s a good start.

And you can simply state your kool-aid answer over here, their is no need to go fishing over for people to go the atheists website. From my experience it normally consists with a bunch of ad-hominems, equivocations, double-standards, and a host of logical fallacies (while at the same time accusing us of the same) which ultimately ends up with the atheist putting his fingers in his ears and sing the \"I am smart and you are stupid song\" until it tires the other person out.


Survey5/11/07 11:12 AM
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Sorry DB,
But your references to Physical death is not physical death in the way you want to describe it, viz. a dead corpse. Every time an account of someone actually dieing physically a different word is used (APOTHNESKO)because it is strictly only used for physical death. In fact a variation of the same greek word is used to kill. Necros is always used figuratively to mean those exist somewhere else other than the material world. They are dead in the sense that they are spirits, not mortal beings. That\'s where we get the word necromancer, those that diviniate for the dead, viz. worshipers of the dead spirits.
So the analogy of your dead corpse is quite misplaced in a passage that does not deal with a dead corpse but rather a dead spirit. That\'s why its not good to base your theology on anology.
But that is all frivolous mumbo-jumbo. The real issue is that you cannot apply meaning to a word that does not exist only because you find a similarity in your analogy. Death does not mean cognitive nor moral inability. It never has and it never will.
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(Will someone be so kind and post a comment again so that I can finish?)

Survey5/11/07 1:14 AM
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Wayne,

It's hard to change once you have been indoctrinated in one perspective, especially if there are a lot of good men that you admire that hold to the same view. It's a problem that all of us have.

I believe that Ruckmanism is a dangerous doctrine to the church, but I rather be Ruckmanite than a progressive who thinks he has the liberty to change the Word of God. One extreme always breeds its opposite. This serves to warn us and to show us of how finite we are as human beings.

That's why I try to be a pure biblicist. Instead of deducing what God means by what he says, simply accept what he states, nothing more, nothing less.


Survey5/10/07 10:54 PM
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DB I have two posts for you, that thankfully I saved. I am going to have to give it to you tommorrow since I left my disk at work.
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In response to the sticky note:

Actually, that was not me. Even if it were there was one that was 30 minutes in between the post. That hardly can be called a consecutive post. The next one was Berean, which he just happen to make a snear comment right when I needed it.

So the only thing adolescent and reprehensible is you believing everything you here from your Calv friends and you allowing them to post under under multiple alliances and yet you are quick to pull the plug on me everytime the Calvs cry foul play.

Babies? Yes. I think the mature thing is to stop trying to play dad (and on top of that play favorites) and allow the truth to work itself out.

And I just finished corresponding from a poster that got banned a long time ago who personally emailed you asking for the violation that got him posted and you were not able to give him one example. Sounds like the same response you gave me. So I would not be lecturing about breaking policies since (1) apparently you are not able to specify the broken policy when it is asked of you (2) everything was ok when the Calvs where cutting and pasti


Survey4/28/07 11:21 AM
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If you mean chosen for a specific purpose, then yes.

Survey4/28/07 11:18 AM
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Lurker wrote:

"So you got to the point by appropriating my moniker and posted an answer that I have repeatedly rejected as unbiblical so everyone could move on? Oh, I see."

1. Lighten up. I still love you.
2. I know what you believe, you just don't like to hear it in such simplistic terms.
3. God the Father has not hid his face from noone when it comes to salvation, it is us that hide our faces from him. He is actively seeking and saving whosoever will come just like he did when he was on earth. It seems from your comment that you are insinuating that false proffession is a result of unconditional election. That is to be expected from you, but as you know well, I would disagree.


Survey4/28/07 11:09 AM
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Sticks and stones.

And let me guess, every encyclopedia in the world has conspired with Satan to rewrite history.

The true story can be purchased at your local F_anciful L_and of thr Calvinist.


Survey4/10/07 2:06 PM
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lol

Hey,if the abuse button does not work for you then, if you want special priviledges, you have to show SA how devoted you are to John Calvin.


Survey4/10/07 1:12 PM
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Hunger?

1. How about starting by telling God that you do not have it. You would never know that David was backsliding in heart by reading Psalm 119. You would think he was at his spiritual high but the last verse states:

\"I have gone astray like a lost sheep: seek thy servant;for I do not forget thy commandments.\"

2. I find that a good spirtual fast also helps to generate that hunger once again. It is a good spirtual excercise where one says no to the flesh and yes to the spirit.

Isaiah 58
6Is not this the fast that I have chosen? to loose the bands of wickedness, to undo the heavy burdens, and to let the oppressed go free, and that ye break every yoke?.... 8Then shall thy light break forth as the morning, and thine health shall spring forth speedily: and thy righteousness shall go before thee; the glory of the LORD shall be thy rearward.\"

3. Contemplate the day that Jesus saved you. I find that the way to keep my marriage fresh is to daydream about my courting days with my wife. Since marriage is only but a reflection of our relationship with God, imagine if we do the same with our relationship with God.

Jude 21:21keep yourselves in the love of God...


Survey4/9/07 7:27 PM
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Yes. The sad thing is that God is trying to consistently show us our imperfections but we dismiss it because we are offended by the messenger. God uses the base things to confound the wise. But to the hungry soul, every bitter thing is sweet.
What we lack is hunger. Hunger for God. For his truth. I believe that we as Christians are being filled with Hollywood that takes away from our apetite. If others only knew what we allowed to enter the eyegates when noone is around. We would all be ashamed. The junkfood of the the world always robs us from the spiritual apetitite that we should have.

On a practical level, I believe that we would be close to revival if we got rid of the T.V. for 30 days. We would be surprised of the apetite that such a fast would generate in us.


Survey4/9/07 7:19 PM
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Yes. The sad thing is that God is trying to consistently show us our imperfections but we dismiss it because we are offended by the messenger. God uses the base things to confound the wise. But to the hungry soul, every bitter thing is sweet.

What we lack is hunger. Hunger for God. For his truth. I believe that we as Christians are being filled with Hollywood that takes away from our apetite. If others only knew what we allowed to enter the eyegates when noone is around. We would all be ashamed. The junkfood of the the world always robs us from the spiritual apetitite that we should have.

On a practical level, I believe that we would be close to revival if we got rid of the T.V. for 30 days. We would be surprised of the apetite that such a fast would generate in us.


Survey4/9/07 7:09 PM
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On Revival,

I believe revival starts when one becomes sick of who he is towards God and becomes consumed with the love God has for him.

I am far from perfect. But I find it hard to believe how some Christians absolutely refuse to be soldout to God. What more could he do to convince us of his love towards us?


Survey4/9/07 6:56 PM
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\\\"You haven\\\'t been posting very long on SA, but I can tell you the forum used to be a completely different place before Yamil and some others trashed it.\\\"

Well, you know what they say. One man\\\'s trash is another man\\\'s treasure.

Pathfinder, anything for you.


Survey4/9/07 6:36 PM
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Seaton wrote:

"I have been trying to get Yamil and other Arminian free willers, to accept precisely this and stop them trying to introduce the sinners "cooperation" unto salvation. But oh its an uphill climb!!!"

Ha! (1)Try using the Bible without fabricating definitions that do not exist anywhere except in the F_anciful L_and of the Calvinist ; (2) Consider the context instead of isolating versus for your own theological bias and (3)accept the simple declarative statements of scripture.

Try the three simple steps above and you will be well on your way on convincing someone.

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