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News Item1/8/2021 2:23 PM
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Jim Lincoln wrote:
..I should point out this:
Just more irrelevant forum-wasting babble, not proof.

News Item1/8/2021 2:11 PM
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Jim Lincoln wrote:
...Here's something from a secular source and you might have seen it on the History Channel at one time I know I have
Digression is easier than proof. Story has nothing to do with your or Gay's thesis which seems taken from the film "National Treasure."

I've seen enough nonsense on History Channel to decide they aren't worth my time. As with much TV, ratings matter more to them than accuracy.


News Item1/8/2021 12:50 PM
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Gay M Allen wrote:
Its been in the works since George Washington who was a Mason and before that, what was Jesus's meaning "mystery babylon already at work".
That Jim Lincoln promotes this too ought to put you on notice! Tell us, what sort of gov't was America supposed to have absent this nefarious "Masonic Plot"? Here I thought Babylon was possibly Rome, but that's too simple and boring a theory.

Leftists: Washington was bad because he was a White Man
Conservatives: Washington was bad because he was a Freemason.

I guess I should stop listening to Mozart because he was a Freemason. Funny how I never got the impulse to join a lodge because of this.


News Item1/7/2021 1:00 PM
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No name wrote:
Neil from Tucson writes:
What name wrote: Time to get your battery serviced.
No, it isn't: last dealer visit revealed nothing wrong with it, nor has it behaved differently since new. And as I said before, our Prius shuts off EV well below 40mph (per the Owner's Manual), so your experience is clearly irrelevant to us.

News Item1/7/2021 11:43 AM
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Pundits on the right like predicting or wishing for civil war, but it sounds like fantasy, since geographical and political divisions are much more diffuse than in the highly sectionalized America of 1861. Plus, the modern, well-funded and manned Army™, unlike the more militia-based, amateur one of 1861, would quickly crush any organized rebellion even allowing for the traditional incompetence of most US generals. Unless soldiers mutiny or something.

It would take a long-running insurgency instead, but I don't think conservatives have the stomach or the wit for it. And look at how pusillanimous most Repubs have been.


News Item1/7/2021 10:41 AM
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Don't assume all of these people were Trump supporters just because media reports say so. MAGA types have usually been non-violent.

For all we know, these vandals could be Democrat False Flaggers or Antifa leftists, for they have a history of violence and misrepresentation. Maybe this was learned from the CIA's Operations Ajax and PBSuccess, although done in the name of anti-Communism.

It all comes down to this: Few Americans fear God, and are capable of doing anything to get what they want. Even Christians are not immune the such pragmatism.


News Item1/5/2021 2:48 PM
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Dr. Tim wrote:
Oliver B. Greene has written a number of commentaries. For scholarship one would be hard-pressed to beat Reuben A. Torrey.
OK, thanks! So Torrey contributed to "The Fundamentals." Google Books says some of these are of the Reformed tradition! Would you agree?

It does remind me that early 20th-century Fundamentalism was interdenominational. Billy Sunday was Presby, yet like the later Billy, apparently refrained from criticizing Catholicism.


News Item1/5/2021 1:20 PM
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Jim Lincoln wrote:
Mr Trump is not interested in religious liberty - - Mr. Trump is only interested in Mr Trump ❗:
It looks like a troll is on the prowl again. If I were to repudiate egotistical candidates, I couldn't vote for anyone.

News Item1/5/2021 12:35 PM
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Dr. Tim wrote:
Neil, I thought I had said so. If I hadn’t, I’m saying so now. “Fundies” is a term frequently used by pseudointellectual Calvinists.
I figured resentment was behind that. Would it help pointing out I also say "Presby," as it's easier to type?

I have been mistreated by both Fundamentalists and Reformed, and will not join either, as the ones I know seem unable to combine zeal with love.

I might read more IFBs, except they don't publish much scholarship or any commentaries. One doesn't need credentials to do such things.


News Item1/5/2021 11:54 AM
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Kieron wrote:
Neil, what is the Thomistic Catholic answer? If you don't mind me asking?
Not at all! I should admit it's not just Thomas, who had a very complicated discussion about faith and reason, but the Catholic doctrine is, faith absent works will not save, implying that there is a faith which saves and a faith which does not. This is where the discussion by Protestant teachers of the Latin notitias/assensus/fiducias (and MacArthur's Lordship Salvation debate) comes in. However, the NT Greek has no such terminological or conceptual distinction: you either have faith (and are saved) or you don't. Faith may be great or small, but it still saves. Works follow from faith, as James says, and are not intrinsic to it.

Analogy: smoke is a byproduct of combustion; smoke is not required for combustion.

Tim, if my terms bother you, then just say so, instead of nursing a grudge and sniping at me. At least Fundamentalists don't peddle Latin nonsense like the supposedly more educated Reformed do.


News Item1/5/2021 10:42 AM
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Dr. Tim wrote:
Neilies, of course, have the true answer, but it is beneath them to reveal it.
Can't you ask respectfully, without nasty sarcasm?

"Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and you shall be saved." Intellectual assent is belief. Elegantly simple, isn't it, yet theologians like Louis Berkhof spend pages complicating it with Noticias/Assensus/Fiducias nonsense, even though the Bible isn't written in Latin.


News Item1/5/2021 10:02 AM
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Once again, JBS writers tacitly label Roman Catholicism as Christian. But this is unsurprising when so many "conservative" Christian "leaders" have compromised with Rome.

And not just the big shots: One of the most basic and important Christian questions is, "What is saving faith?" Most pastors, even Fundies and know-it-all Reformed theologians, give the false Thomistic Catholic answer, not the Biblical one.

So contrary to what JBS thinks, the biggest threat to the church is not the gov't, but false doctrine.


News Item1/5/2021 8:45 AM
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What name wrote:
Time to get your battery serviced. We drive around the city on electric all the time in a Prius C and save a lot of $
Different model, the heavier hatchback, it's been like that since new. Most of the time, we drive at speeds (more than ~12mph) that EV Mode won't tolerate, so I don't know what its max EV range would be.

I did a spreadsheet study before deciding to buy. At the time, Toyota offered a discount which reduced the price premium vs. a Corolla.


News Item1/4/2021 12:11 PM
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Jim Lincoln wrote:
I think I would still prefer hybrid. when we run out of battery power with gasoline engine oil kick[ed] in!
FYI, hybrids like the basic Prius have very limited EV capability, enough for parking; plugin hybrids like the more costly Prius Prime are what you're talking about.

News Item1/4/2021 9:45 AM
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It takes under 10min to refuel a petroleum-powered vehicle. And they still have superior range, even more if one carries extra fuel in Jerry Cans or the like. These plus cheap gas are reasons why EVs will be a niche product for the foreseeable future, unless fool politicians force the issue.

Plugin hybrids are a good compromise, though more costly than regular hybrids.

And if you live in California, don't assume you'll have reliable electric power, as that state's utilities seem to be devolving to Mexico's quality of service. Archeologists wonder why civilizations collapse. Well, we're living it.


News Item1/3/2021 11:34 PM
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B. McCausland wrote:
This article has things upside-down.
Becket was not for religious freedom but for utter control of the church upon and above the civil power.
Yes, Bible-believers have no dog in the fight between pope and kings over control of a false and idolatrous church, which this article categorizes as Christianity.

If John Birchers had any spiritual sense, they would be better inspired by the persecuted Waldensians or Lollards.


News Item1/3/2021 3:06 PM
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This rich-vs-poor cliché is a longstanding, tiresome Populist line one hears even from Trump sympathizers, but long before COVID, statistics have consistently shown Americans as fiscally irresponsible, big-spending debt addicts who do not plan for hard times. Dupes of retail propaganda they may be, but no one forced them to borrow and spend. Per Aesop's Fable, Americans are grasshoppers, not ants.

S. Korea also has a consumer debt problem.


News Item1/3/2021 12:30 PM
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Ladybug wrote:
Neil, ...You simply read more into my comment than was needed.
It's not an insult to elaborate on your analysis. Pelosi et al are the symptom; I am trying to get at the disease. Obviously sin is the ultimate cause.

News Item1/3/2021 12:16 PM
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ladybug wrote:
...his favorite political party is doing everything they can to tear down the family and to mock God's creating them 'male and female...
The American nuclear family has been declining since the '60s at the latest. Politicians have been following this trend, not leading it.

Not often mentioned in articles like this: Americans have, over generations, been trained to be perpetual children, fed by a "Perfect Storm" of toxic propaganda and "culture" manufactured by artists, bureaucracies, NGOs, and corporations, for whom irresponsibility has proven highly profitable. Children are more easily sold advertising and script lines saying that children are wise, fathers are fools, housewives are unfulfilled, rules are made to be broken, never defer gratification, self-fulfillment is noble, and other such foolishness.

You have to be a committed iconoclast to push back against all this.


News Item1/1/2021 11:26 AM
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Remember that we Christians are "strangers in a strange land," and we are living among dissolute, irrational people who hate God. I am learning to adjust my expectations. And worse, many supposed Christians, like the Pharisees of Jesus's time, say they love God, but act differently.

America began with the dream of being a City on a Hill, but wound up being a City of the Plain.

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