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FRONT PAGE  |  11/27/2021
SUNDAY, NOV 7, 2010  |  88 comments
'Hell is worse for women bishops': Swedish pastor
A Church of Sweden pastor could lose his job over comments regarding the suitability of women priests to spread the word of God, including the assertion that there were worse "grades of punishment in hell" for female bishops.

Per Linderoth, a pastor within the diocese of Linköping, is set to be assessed for his competence as a pastor after comments made at a pastors' convention in Söderköping in eastern Sweden.

"God's words fall flat (or dead) to the ground when a female pastor preaches. It may not bear any ripe fruit," said Linderoth, according to the Bishop of Linköping, Martin Lind. ...


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News Item11/20/10 10:34 AM
Jessica Dawson | Canada  Find all comments by Jessica Dawson
John UK wrote:
And God be with you, Jessica, and hear your prayers, and those others who pray for your situation. We do have great joy in knowing that Revelation 21:4 is ABSOLUTELY CORRECT, being the infallible and inerrant word of the wonderful God and our Saviour Jesus Christ. I look forward to that day, as I'm sure you do too.
Thank you very much! Oh yes, I do look forward to that day! God bless!
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News Item11/19/10 6:52 AM
John UK | Wales  Contact via emailFind all comments by John UK
Jessica Dawson wrote:
Amen and God bless!
And God be with you, Jessica, and hear your prayers, and those others who pray for your situation. We do have great joy in knowing that Revelation 21:4 is ABSOLUTELY CORRECT, being the infallible and inerrant word of the wonderful God and our Saviour Jesus Christ. I look forward to that day, as I'm sure you do too.
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News Item11/18/10 7:07 PM
Jessica Dawson | Canada  Find all comments by Jessica Dawson
John UK wrote:
I had a short chat with an ordained C of E minister who was a woman, a few years ago. It transpired that she was very friendly with the current liberal thinking on the subject, and had no interest in deeply going into what the Bible says about it. One of the reasons for that, is that in the ecumenical churches, the Bible is not really seen as "actually" God's word. There is no love for it because there is no Spirit to illumine it; the words just sound religious.
There was no problem with this with John Ryle, Bishop of Liverpool; all his ministry was Bible-Based and sound in doctrine.
But any woman who does not love the scriptures does not love God either; for when a person is born again (by the quickening word of God) they come to really love and appreciate the Bible, because it is God's revelation of Himself, and he can't wait till he's read every last word. And then he wants to start all over and read it again. Why? Because it is still a quickening and enlivening word; it is a wonderful thing to read God's holy and infallible and inerrant word.
Amen and God bless!
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News Item11/18/10 6:56 PM
John UK | Wales  Contact via emailFind all comments by John UK
I had a short chat with an ordained C of E minister who was a woman, a few years ago. It transpired that she was very friendly with the current liberal thinking on the subject, and had no interest in deeply going into what the Bible says about it. One of the reasons for that, is that in the ecumenical churches, the Bible is not really seen as "actually" God's word. There is no love for it because there is no Spirit to illumine it; the words just sound religious.

There was no problem with this with John Ryle, Bishop of Liverpool; all his ministry was Bible-Based and sound in doctrine.

But any woman who does not love the scriptures does not love God either; for when a person is born again (by the quickening word of God) they come to really love and appreciate the Bible, because it is God's revelation of Himself, and he can't wait till he's read every last word. And then he wants to start all over and read it again. Why? Because it is still a quickening and enlivening word; it is a wonderful thing to read God's holy and infallible and inerrant word.

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News Item11/18/10 5:26 PM
Jessica Dawson | Canada  Find all comments by Jessica Dawson
ErnieG wrote:
That was very wise to question him, Jessica, because we have to believe the whole bible as God's truth and not pick and choose which suits our fancy.
ErnieG thank you, All of your input is much appreciated and has brought me blessings and comfort. God bless!
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News Item11/17/10 9:18 PM
Jessica Dawson | Canada  Find all comments by Jessica Dawson
Rick wrote:
Wow. I didn't know that about Bannister. That issue does go to how we view scripture. I'm glad Zacharias is still on track though. Thanks for the info.
God bless! Thank you for your reply.
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News Item11/17/10 6:17 PM
Jessica Dawson | Canada  Find all comments by Jessica Dawson
Street-Preacher wrote:
Jessica: Sad To Hear About Your Son Being *in a bad way*.
He Will Be Prayed For.
Thank you Street-Preacher! God bless!
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News Item11/17/10 4:34 PM
Jessica Dawson | Canada  Find all comments by Jessica Dawson
Lurker wrote:
Praying for your son and you, Jessica.
Thank you Lurker! It's a serious situation and your prayers are appreciated!
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News Item11/17/10 3:58 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
The Way wrote:
Hello Mike. Hows old New York State these days?
What I mean by the 'free will' question is the old Arminian error, which good Biblical Calvinists have tried to teach them the truth about. Thus those who believe the fallacy that they can overcome sin by their own volition to come to Christ.
Of course what the sinner requires is the gift of faith per Eph 2:8. As you know mike. Thus the Holy Spirit and regeneration are absolutely essential, before human will is free from sin to make a spiritual faith decision, to come to Christ.
After all, how can a poor sinner, dead in sin, ever achieve....
Whoever abides in Christ - does not sin. Whoever sins - has not seen Christ and does not know Him.
New York is ok but ailing, due to the liberal, greedy, incompetent(am I being redundant?) people in Alba-ny, the seat of NYS government.

Just curious- Since a person's will is not separate from the person, why would a person whose will is free from sin need to come to Christ? Sounds like the good Biblical Calvinist free-from-sin-horse is trying to catch up with the forgiveness cart.

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News Item11/17/10 9:51 AM
The Way  Find all comments by The Way
Mike wrote:
By "free willers" do you mean they believe man has free will, which shouldn't be a problem for you, or do you mean that they believe man saves himself by his free will, which should be a problem?
Hello Mike. Hows old New York State these days?

What I mean by the 'free will' question is the old Arminian error, which good Biblical Calvinists have tried to teach them the truth about. Thus those who believe the fallacy that they can overcome sin by their own volition to come to Christ.

Of course what the sinner requires is the gift of faith per Eph 2:8. As you know mike. Thus the Holy Spirit and regeneration are absolutely essential, before human will is free from sin to make a spiritual faith decision, to come to Christ.

After all, how can a poor sinner, dead in sin, ever achieve....
Whoever abides in Christ - does not sin. Whoever sins - has not seen Christ and does not know Him.

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News Item11/16/10 5:44 PM
John UK | Wales  Contact via emailFind all comments by John UK
The Way wrote:
John; I read an article which seemed to imply that the Brethren were "Free Willers" - Is that a reasonable assumption about them?
Correct, the vast majority are "free willers" as opposed to "sovereign gracers", although there are some isolated ones who are extreme Calvinistic, far more than Frenchy.

You have hit on the tip of a very large iceberg.

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News Item11/16/10 5:12 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
The Way wrote:
John; I read an article which seemed to imply that the Brethren were "Free Willers" - Is that a reasonable assumption about them?
By "free willers" do you mean they believe man has free will, which shouldn't be a problem for you, or do you mean that they believe man saves himself by his free will, which should be a problem?
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News Item11/16/10 2:52 PM
The Way  Find all comments by The Way
John UK wrote:
The interesting thing about the Brethren, no matter what department or sect, one principle stands out in all.
John; I read an article which seemed to imply that the Brethren were "Free Willers" - Is that a reasonable assumption about them?
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News Item11/16/10 12:33 AM
ErnieG  Find all comments by ErnieG
6/10/1887
‚ÄúThe Lord knoweth how to deliver the godly out of temptations, and to reserve the unjust unto the day of judgment to be punished.‚ÄĚ-2 Peter 2:9.

THERE are very narrow limits to our knowledge. There is a great breadth to our conceit; but the things that we really know are very few, after all. He who is wisest will be the first to confess his own ignorance. Our faith in the superior knowledge of God is a great source of comfort to us. That he knows everything, is a sort of omnipresent covering to our naked ignorance. Though we know not as yet, we rejoice that he knows, and it is better that he should know than that we should know. Knowledge is safer in the hands of God than it would be in our hands. The infinite God alone is to be trusted with infinite knowledge. The first words of our text, ‚ÄúThe Lord knoweth,‚ÄĚ often come as a comfort to my own mind. The text says, ‚ÄúThe Lord knoweth how to deliver the godly out of temptations.‚ÄĚ This is only one of the many things, which the Lord knoweth. For instance, sometimes we meet with perplexing doctrines; perhaps we endeavor to effect reconciliation between the predestination of God and the freedom of human action. It is better not to wade too far into those deep waters, lest we lose ourselves in an abyss. ‚ÄúThe Lord knoweth.‚ÄĚ

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News Item11/15/10 9:58 PM
ErnieG  Find all comments by ErnieG
Continuing

But because of their differences in the doctrine of creation, it is highly probable that Mr. Bannister and Mr. Zacharias have different versions of the bible. And while they could have the same bible and still be wrong, it is more likely for them to to be on the same page and "like minded" and of one accord if they are reading from the same bible. The bible saya "God is not the author of confusion." But they both are very confused if they preach opposite views of creation. This makes me wonder what else they don't agree on. Let's pray the Holy Spirit will convict Mr. Bannister and he doesn't continue in his error.

I listened today to this sermon by C.H. Spurgeon on SA titled "The Lord's Knowledge, Our Safeguard" and it was that "The Lord knoweth how to deliver the godly out of tempations, and to reserve the unjust unto the day to be punished." 2Peter 2:9 (KJV)

"The Lord knows" was the theme and it brings peace to know that simple truth and it is well worth listening to. Just remember that the Lord knows what you are going thru in your life and regarding your son, Jessica, so my prayer for you is that He will resolve this worry in His perfect timing and may you continue to bring glory to Him.
In Jesus name, Amen

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News Item11/15/10 4:57 PM
ErnieG  Find all comments by ErnieG
Jessica Dawson wrote:
I went to our local college theatre last night to listen to him, it was a lecture called: "Why I am not an atheist." During Q&A someone asked to the effect of creation and I wasn't satisfied with the answer, so I went to talk to him after.
Mr. Bannister believes in a long earth creation and not in the literal six days. He also leans more towards the gap theory.
But he did say that Ravi Zacharias himself, is a young earth creationist. So, I was surprised that Bannister did not seem to see creation, as a vital component in his arguments against atheism. Further, that he didn't share the same views on creation as Ravi Zacharias.
That was very wise to question him, Jessica, because we have to believe the whole bible as God's truth and not pick and choose which suits our fancy. This is why it is so important that we do not put our faith in a watered down version with error and omissions so we won't deceive ourselves like Mr. Bannister has in this important doctrine. WE know for sure that Ravi Zacharias and Mr. Bannister can't BOTH be right! Having so many different versions only encourages false teaching and division!

God has given us His preserved Word in the KJV without errors and omissions so we can ALL be like minded!

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News Item11/15/10 3:33 PM
Rick  Find all comments by Rick
Jessica Dawson wrote:
I went to our local college theatre last night to listen to him, it was a lecture called: "Why I am not an atheist." During Q&A someone asked to the effect of creation and I wasn't satisfied with the answer, so I went to talk to him after.
Mr. Bannister believes in a long earth creation and not in the literal six days. He also leans more towards the gap theory.
But he did say that Ravi Zacharias himself, is a young earth creationist. So, I was surprised that Bannister did not seem to see creation, as a vital component in his arguments against atheism. Further, that he didn't share the same views on creation as Ravi Zacharias.
Wow. I didn't know that about Bannister. That issue does go to how we view scripture. I'm glad Zacharias is still on track though. Thanks for the info.
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News Item11/15/10 2:59 PM
Jessica Dawson | Canada  Find all comments by Jessica Dawson
Rick wrote:
I have not, but if he is associated with Ravi Zacharias he will probably be very solid.
I went to our local college theatre last night to listen to him, it was a lecture called: "Why I am not an atheist." During Q&A someone asked to the effect of creation and I wasn't satisfied with the answer, so I went to talk to him after.

Mr. Bannister believes in a long earth creation and not in the literal six days. He also leans more towards the gap theory.

But he did say that Ravi Zacharias himself, is a young earth creationist. So, I was surprised that Bannister did not seem to see creation, as a vital component in his arguments against atheism. Further, that he didn't share the same views on creation as Ravi Zacharias.

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News Item11/15/10 10:02 AM
Rick  Find all comments by Rick
Jessica Dawson wrote:
Has anyone else gone to a talk by this apologist? I would like to hear your view if you please?
[URL=http://www.rzim.org/aboutus/tabid/464/default.aspx?itemid=52]]]Andy Bannister[/URL]
I have not, but if he is associated with Ravi Zacharias he will probably be very solid.
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News Item11/15/10 3:22 AM
Jessica Dawson | Canada  Find all comments by Jessica Dawson
Has anyone else gone to a talk by this apologist? I would like to hear your view if you please?

[URL=http://www.rzim.org/aboutus/tabid/464/default.aspx?itemid=52]]]Andy Bannister[/URL]

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