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THURSDAY, JAN 21, 2016  |  151 comments
Who's really more dangerous: Right-wingers or Islamists?

The New America Foundation study, released in 2015, claims 48 deaths in the U.S. over the past 14 years were the result of “right wing attacks” while only 45 deaths were perpetrated by “violent jihadist attacks.”

Professor Andrew Holt of Florida State College in Jacksonville debunked the study for its flawed methodology, which included the selective use of data. For example, the study ignored a half-dozen Islamic terror attacks, including the mega attack that killed 3,000 on Sept. 11, 2001, and the murders of 10 people in 2002 by D.C. Beltway snipers John Allen Muhammad and Lee Malvo.

“If you include the death totals from 9/11 in such a calculation, then there have been around 62 people killed in the United States by Islamic extremists for every one American killed by a right wing terrorist,” Holt stated in his analysis.

Holt, a Ph.D., is a professor of history, religion and foreign affairs. ...


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News Item1/27/16 1:05 PM
Dorcas  Find all comments by Dorcas
ladybug wrote:
Sister Dorcas, your quote from McCheyne was beneficial; yes, those who gaze/look upon/to Christ continually will greatly benefit from doing so. We are to meditate upon Him/His word, pondering who He is, what He has done, and His coming again, marveling at His works and person!
Bless you for sharing the quote
Thank-you dear one for your encouragement.

George Washington Carver was refused admission to a college because of his skin color.
Years later, when someone asked him the name of the college, he replied, "It doesn't matter."
Love forgives and doesn't hold grudges.

Not until we reach heaven and gaze on incarnate Love will we see with clearer vision and understand with keener intellect the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord.
Hasten the day, O Blessed Lord Jesus.

Blessings to you sister.

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News Item1/27/16 12:04 PM
ladybug  Find all comments by ladybug
Sister Dorcas, your quote from McCheyne was beneficial; yes, those who gaze/look upon/to Christ continually will greatly benefit from doing so. We are to meditate upon Him/His word, pondering who He is, what He has done, and His coming again, marveling at His works and person!

Bless you for sharing the quote

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News Item1/27/16 10:34 AM
B. McCausland  Find all comments by B. McCausland
Dorcas wrote:
Robert Murray McCheyne used to say,"A glance at Christ will save. but it is the gazing at Christ that sanctifies".
Thanks
'Gazing' may become mysticism if not accompanied by practice.
Take care
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News Item1/26/16 2:45 PM
Rodney K. | Tennessee  Contact via emailFind all comments by Rodney K.
John UK wrote:
And none of us will be exempt from his displeasure. If the 7 churches in the first century came in for a right going over, how much more would we today?
Aye. God be merciful to us. (Yet He has shown us great mercy!)
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News Item1/26/16 1:32 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Rodney K. wrote:
Or...
If John the Baptist were to show up at church today, how would most congregations receive him?
To be honest Rodney, I think that if either Jesus himself or John Baptist were to enter a church today, they may have to be a bit more fierce than when Jesus overturned the money changer's tables and turfed them all out with a whip.

And none of us will be exempt from his displeasure. If the 7 churches in the first century came in for a right going over, how much more would we today?

Thank you Dorcas for that clarification. It was a most instructive article.

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News Item1/26/16 1:18 PM
Rodney K. | Tennessee  Contact via emailFind all comments by Rodney K.
John UK wrote:
Luke 7:33 KJV
(33) For John the Baptist came neither eating bread nor drinking wine; and ye say, He hath a devil.
I wonder what would have happened if John Baptist had lived to be a part of the early church? How would he have gone on at the communion table?
Or...

If John the Baptist were to show up at church today, how would most congregations receive him?

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News Item1/26/16 1:13 PM
Dorcas  Find all comments by Dorcas
Just for clarification:
When I put up the link concerning the Lords Supper, I only posted to show the differing views concerning wine and temperance.
One can accept or reject it...that is your right to private judgement.
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News Item1/26/16 12:49 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Luke 7:33 KJV
(33) For John the Baptist came neither eating bread nor drinking wine; and ye say, He hath a devil.

I wonder what would have happened if John Baptist had lived to be a part of the early church? How would he have gone on at the communion table?

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News Item1/25/16 5:32 PM
Dave | oz  Find all comments by Dave
Muslims, Roman Catholicism all the same John y, an anti what Christ taught religion that well ,they need to believe ( Christ not
the poop sorry I mean pope) and repent, now John that means denouncing Rome's take on God. What are you going to do John ? Stick with something as sick as Islam or come away from Roman catholic lie?
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News Item1/25/16 11:49 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Naturally Muslims are more dangerous than 'right wingers' because Islam is of Satan.
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News Item1/25/16 9:36 AM
pennned  Find all comments by pennned
John UK wrote:
Secondly, if strict use of wine is implemented in the Lord's Supper (along with unleavened bread) it could prevent folks like myself from partaking, and has done.
Good point and one that should be kept in mind to keep the unity of the brethren in one's fellowship.
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News Item1/25/16 6:47 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Concerning holiness of life being worked out in reality, it is interesting to observe the three characters who happened upon a mugged traveller. A Levite and a priest both walked past, unconcerned. The Samaritan, who obviously had in his scrip wine and oil, stopped and assisted the man, even though he was a Jew, going so far as to help him to an inn and pay for his keep until he was recovered. This to my mind is practical holiness, and a good example of what Jesus wants his disciples to be like.

Thank you Dorcas for that Baptist explanation of what the Lord's Supper is all about and how it should be administered.

The two things I disagree with is firstly the whole business of addiction, which he says is always remedied by the new birth. I don't believe that to be true. Addiction means that there are consequences to stopping something, the body will react in some way, normally adversely. There are many addictive substances, including medication, as well as alcohol and other drugs, tea and coffee are surprisingly addictive. Try stopping any of these, and if there is a reaction there is an addiction.

Secondly, if strict use of wine is implemented in the Lord's Supper (along with unleavened bread) it could prevent folks like myself from partaking, and has done.

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News Item1/25/16 4:26 AM
North | America  Find all comments by North
Praise God, prayer is a potent weapon at our disposal... And we use it so little. Let's change that!

A quote We should think about, "Is the life we're living, worth Christ dying for?"

Dear brothers & sisters in Christ our Lord, let's join together under Christ's banner! Not mans.
We need to see clearly that it's a "spiritual battle" that is to be fought and we need to be prepared!

"Ephesians 6:12-13(KJV)

12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.

13 Wherefore take unto you the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand."

Come let us reason together as we follow Christ!
Let's turn to our Lord, put on the Armor, pick up our spiritual weapons of warfare and Stand!
As always, speak the truth in love and humility before our Lord.

God bless all Brothers & Sisters in Christ

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News Item1/24/16 11:30 PM
Dry wit | Arid land  Find all comments by Dry wit
"Most of the fathers of modern science were Christians of some sort &believed in the God of the Bible, many believed in a 6day creation, but note-in some cases seeds sown in the 17th century &earlier sprouted apostasy in the 19th century as theological liberalism & Darwinian evolution. Gal.5:9, “A little leaven leaventh the whole lump.”

Roger Bacon, a RCC friar,is known as the father of the scientific method ;he wrote against atheism, rejected Aristotle’s philosophy which was promoted in English universities of that day, believed in a 6day creation, &said that human knowledge should redound to the glory of God. But he also set the stage for a rationalistic approach to science with his method of investigation in that he taught that man must depend upon his own investigations rather than any other authority, including divine revelation. He said it is “folly” to “build a system of natural philosophy on the first chapter of Genesis"Cloud
So--
"science" needs revealed truth-
Paul heard Epimenides, & evaluated him true(Titus 1:13)

Cretan Epimenides says ALL Cretans are liars.To Titus (a Cretan)Paul says this is true. Only by knowing the nature of "proverbial" statements can this be grasped as true: that is, generally true. Titus can overcome his tendency(2:15)

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News Item1/24/16 10:11 PM
pennned  Find all comments by pennned
Dorcas wrote:
If any are interested:
www.sgbcsv.org/literature/LordsSupper.pdf
interesting section on wine in there, I agree with it, a wording on foods I might have said slightly differently. However excellent and truly a blessing to read. I noticed his use of Neo Platonism and linking it to what I have been calling Pietism, perhaps its given me a new word in order to communicate.

Christ's redemption, His Kingship is meant to be manifested through an obedient people. Nicely said, and thank you.

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News Item1/24/16 9:40 PM
Dorcas  Find all comments by Dorcas
B. McCausland wrote:
Dorcas, though this is a given, by the reactions of some here it appears those granted the least liberty of conscience are them for abstinence! Yet, they are ones with our neighbour's best interest in mind due to value attached to the position in question.
Dear B.

Robert Murray McCheyne used to say,"A glance at Christ will save. but it is the gazing at Christ that sanctifies".
May we all spend time gazing at the Christ who is revealed in the Scriptures and long to be more like Him, the Holy Spirit effecting the progressive change.
May we all strive for spiritual maturity through dependence on the Holy Spirit and submission to the lordship of Christ.

My last post concerning this matter.

Good evening.

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News Item1/24/16 9:15 PM
B. McCausland  Find all comments by B. McCausland
Dorcas wrote:
May all remember to allow full liberty of conscience unto the brethren.
Dorcas, though this is a given, by the reactions of some here it appears those granted the least liberty of conscience are them for abstinence! Yet, they are ones with our neighbour's best interest in mind due to value attached to the position in question.
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News Item1/24/16 9:10 PM
Dry wit | Arid land  Find all comments by Dry wit
When an abstinence vow is needed

When you’re pregnant or trying for a baby-the more you drink when pregnant the greater the risk you are taking with your baby’s health. Miscarriage, stillbirth, premature birth and small birth weight are all associated with a mother’s drinking during pregnancy. Drinking also increases the risk of the baby developing Foetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) which affects the way a baby’s brain develops.

The Department of Health recommends that pregnant women, or women trying for a baby, should avoid alcohol altogether.

..another very important reason for avoiding alcohol while you’re trying to conceive is that alcohol can have a particularly damaging effect on your baby in the very early stages of pregnancy – before you even know you’re pregnant. The only way to avoid this risk is to stop drinking before you start trying for a baby.

The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) additionally advises that the risks of miscarriage in the first three months of pregnancy mean this protects the innocent.

[URL=https://www.drinkaware.co.uk/check-the-facts/health-effects-of-alcohol/healthy-lifestyle/abstinence-from-alcohol]]]Various practical reasons to "drink only water"[/URL]

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News Item1/24/16 8:57 PM
Dorcas  Find all comments by Dorcas
ladybug wrote:
Sister Dorcas,
Your link was most beneficial, thank you for posting it. I read the 'scriptural elements' section and found it to be very informative. It's interesting that the heretic Finney was influential in substituting grape juice; I also found it interesting that Finney thought we become sinners through our environment. We see much of that thinking within 'Christendom' in our day as well. Also, this was interesting, "Sixth, It is objected that some have an inherent weakness for alcohol, and that,because of past sinful indulgence or genetic tendencies, such persons would be turned again to “alcoholism” through the use of wine at the Lord’s Table. In answer, the Scriptures never treat drunkenness as a “disease.” “Alcoholism” is not a disease per se, but the sin of drunkenness. It is a sin of intemperance, or loss of self–control". This was touched on earlier in an exchange I had. As I stated, genetics and demographics do not cause us to sin, the sin of drunkenness stems from out of our own hearts and the lust that lies within the heart.
Again, thank you for providing this very informative link
Dear One,
You are most welcome.
May all remember to allow full liberty of conscience unto the brethren.
Romans 14 :thumbs
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News Item1/24/16 8:51 PM
Dry wit | Arid land  Find all comments by Dry wit
B. McCausland wrote:
Sorry, may be you are taking the matter on a limb, as the point of the comments offered originally was NOT to explain the origin of the sin of drunkenness, but to explain how the individual rate of metabolism transforming alcohol into acetaldehyde, which is the actual susbtance causing all the physical alterations of behaviour, depended on the genetical predisposition of an individual.

"Finnish families, among whom probands were alcoholic offenders,..Results included strong evidence for genetic influences in antisocial alcoholism. Linkage was found at chromosomes 11p (location of DRD2 dopamine receptor), 4p (GABAA cluster), and 4q (ADH cluster), as well as sibpair linkage to the 5HT1B receptor gene "
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/
pmc/articles/PMC2416753/

These studies can confuse those unfamiliar with genetic studies -
They speak not of "disease" but of differences-
As we are encompassed within Adam & his fall, we can be sure we show that corruption- a wise person can search for these weaknesses to be on guard.

It is the glory of God to conceal a thing: but the honour of kings is to search out a matter.Pr25:2

We can even learn useful things from ants. Pr6:6
That is useful sciAnts

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