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FRONT PAGE  |  7/26/2021
FRIDAY, MAR 23, 2018  |  57 comments  |  1 commentary
Poll Finds Democrats and Republicans Disagree on Importance of Morality for Political Candidates
Nine in 10 Democrats and Republicans say extramarital affairs are morally wrong, according to the latest poll from Economist/YouGov.

The poll also said that Republicans are more likely than Democrats to look past the immoral acts of presidential candidates.

The new poll falls in line with an October 1998 CBS News poll, albeit this time, with Democrats being willing to give a pass to their candidates. The 1998 poll showed that while three in four Republicans wanted President Bill Clinton to be punished for his sexual behavior while in office, some 56 percent of Democrats said the issue should be dropped.

Today, Republicans seem to be extending the same tolerance to President Donald Trump, who has been divorced twice. Recently, adult film actress Stormy Daniels claimed that she had an affair with Trump in 2006 while he was married to his wife Melania. ...


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News Item3/26/18 8:38 PM
Dr. Tim | Land of Cotton  Find all comments by Dr. Tim
That's gnice.
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News Item3/26/18 7:33 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
You silly man. Yes, but ram and ewe never beats gnu.
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News Item3/26/18 6:08 PM
Dr. Tim | Land of Cotton  Find all comments by Dr. Tim
Is RAM better than EWE?
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News Item3/26/18 11:22 AM
Connor7  Find all comments by Connor7
I have a typewriter, so mine's better than all of y'alls
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News Item3/26/18 3:26 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
CV wrote:
Mine’s better then yours
Excellent, but you missed the typo, it should have read 4GB of RAM. Your typo should have been "better than" rather than "better then".
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News Item3/26/18 2:59 AM
CV  Find all comments by CV
John UK wrote:
although the new one has a relatively slow CPU, an Intel i3 6006U at 2 Ghz and only 4Mb of RAM,..
Mine’s better then yours
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News Item3/25/18 1:55 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Christopher000 wrote:
Great news, John. I don't know why you never took me up on my offer on the Toshiba, but problem solved now. Yeah, you get so used to something, that you don't know what you're missing. I remember when you were still doing a dial up connection...yikes.
I'm not very good at receiving kindnesses, Bro Christopher. And that was a very kind offer.

Yes, everything is much faster now. It's due to watching a YouTube on the speed of computers and how the speed is limited to the slowest part, which is always the hard drive. So although the new one has a relatively slow CPU, an Intel i3 6006U at 2 Ghz and only 4Mb of RAM, I'm amazed at how quickly it does the simple chores I ask of it. Usually WordPad and e-sword, Adobe DC and MS Money Sunset Biz. Oh and SermonAudio of course.

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News Item3/25/18 11:17 AM
NeedHim  Find all comments by NeedHim
Houston to Jim, we have a great problem here; Pro 8:36 But he who sins against me wrongs his own soul; All those who hate me love death.”

John MacArthur; I can’t even conceive how a mother could think of a baby as an enemy. Whether that baby was a product of rape, or whether that baby was in some way malformed, how that woman could think that child in her was an enemy when she has been given the God-given privilege of protecting that little life with all of its weaknesses. Certainly that’s n’t natural instinct to a mother. She would have to be sold that by a culture that had become decadent.

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News Item3/25/18 11:05 AM
NeedHim  Find all comments by NeedHim
Amen Conor; Jim hates the truth, he wants it to be liken to Burger King, I will have it my way; Great Reminder in Pro 14:12. With that mindset & faulty foundation!

Jim; John MacArthur calls you out, in Repentance; LK 13:3!

Jhn MacArthur; Conception, then is the act of God whereby a person is created by God's sovereign will. A soul is breathed into the living tissue by the Holy Spirit. That soul's destiny is already known to God & determined by Him from before the foundation of the world. Abortion then becomes a violent anti-God act. It’s n’t only a murder of the individual, it is an affront to the Creator. I believe abortion is the last official stand of the defiant apostate against God. It says, “God, you willn’t determine who lives or dies – I will!”

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News Item3/25/18 10:53 AM
Connor7  Find all comments by Connor7
Jim wrote, "I'm against abortion but I don't take the official Catholic position which all too many Protestants have done to become a slave to the Romish Church"

With that reasoning Jim, I assume that you don't hold to the teaching of monotheism, and the Trinity, because I'm pretty sure that Protostants and Catholics would give a very similar answer regarding the issues, and who wants to be a slave of Rome?

And Jim, I don't think you're a Calvinist, you're a synergist, so using you're own reasoning, you yourself are a slave of Rome because the Catholic Church holds to a synergistic view of salvation.

If you lived in Luther's day, you would be on Rome's side during the Reformation.

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News Item3/25/18 10:04 AM
Watcher | North America  Find all comments by Watcher
Christopher000 wrote:
Watcher Wrote:
"...but to make sure I am putting up walls and boundaries to keep sin out. I cry over my sin and hate myself when I fall, because I know it always affects others."
Good luck with those walls and boundrys...you'll still be human, and slip and fall, but the difference is that you're recognizing, self-examining, and doing something about it. Let me tell you something...not all Christians can claim the same...that's called spiritual maturity, and striving to be Christ-like. I think you beat yourself up to the point that you only see the bad, while not recognizing the progress and a heart concerned for others. I'm not saying that should be a cause for pride, but I AM saying that The Spirit is obviously working in you,...
Thank you Christopher for the words of encouragement. Yes, I can see the bad as it glares at me every day. The good is hard to see unless someone points it out. That's the way it goes, isn't it? I know one of the evidences of being saved, is being broken over sin, so that's good. I am not good, only saved and forgiven. The only good in me, is Christ' imputed righteousness. That's good enough for me.
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News Item3/25/18 8:48 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Great news, John. I don't know why you never took me up on my offer on the Toshiba, but problem solved now. Yeah, you get so used to something, that you don't know what you're missing. I remember when you were still doing a dial up connection...yikes.
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News Item3/25/18 8:45 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Christopher000 wrote:
Excellent John, thanks.
You're welcome bro.

I thought you might be interested in my new laptop. Got it cheap, but it's brand new, and has a 128GB SSD. Oh, the difference in speed! Boots up Windows 10 in well under a minute, and programs boot faster also. Runs very quiet, as you'd expect, and I'll never go back to a spinning platter.

The old laptop was on its last legs, done good service, but now it's had the chop.

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News Item3/25/18 8:35 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Since I was the one who inquired, I thought it was interesting how you responded. Are you brand new to the forum as, Concerned, or a re-invented regular? Either way is fine, of course, but curious now.

Excellent John, thanks.

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News Item3/25/18 8:15 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Concerned wrote:
I’ve been frequenting SA since I was saved 2 months ago...
Always good to hear of salvation! Praise God! God bless you.

However, there is another poster called Concerned who has been posting here since 2007, a man who is covered in tattoos. It becomes rather difficult, therefore, and confusing.

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News Item3/25/18 8:13 AM
Concerned | USOFA  Find all comments by Concerned
To those inquiring, I was brought up in a Christian home, but christianity was to me always just our culture. I never had a personal walk with Jesus until I was gloriously saved, in January. Praise His Holy Name!

On a side note, I will be taking a break from SA for personal reasons, but hope to return at some point. Unfortunately, I can’t give details. Prayers appreciated though.
God bless.

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News Item3/25/18 7:57 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Christopher000 wrote:
Now, I hope everyone knows what I mean by the use of the word "good", and I don't need a lesson in total depravity...ha-ha.

Good morning Christopher, the Lord be with thee.

I have been learning all this week about the nature of man. The unbeliever has one nature, which is incapable of pleasing God. The believer has two natures: the "old man" which is still incapable of pleasing God, and the "new man" in Christ which is perfect and cannot displease God, cannot even sin. Our Christian life therefore is lived out either flowing from the new nature (which is the Christ-life) or the old nature (which is the self-life). The difference between the two is whether or not I am acting as a slave to Christ (a slave does not make any decisions but is subservient to his master, which, in the new nature will always please God) or living out of self (which does make its own decisions, and being "old nature" will always displease God).

Man's attempts to "please God" will always fail. What our need is, is to see that God is working in us, as in:

Philippians 2:13 KJV
(13)  For it is God which worketh in you both to will and to do of his good pleasure.

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News Item3/25/18 7:11 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Concerned Wrote:
"...since I was saved 2 months ago".

That's wonderful. Sounds like you had a Christian foundation before you were even saved. Raised within a Christian home, perhaps, because you sound knowledgeable. I had that same benefit, to a point. I knew the very basics, so not everything was foreign to me, but I did come to the table with a lot of eclectic error. I had gone to Moody church under Warren Wiersby and Erwin Lutzer, as well as attending various churches while in foster homes, chapel for the 2yrs I was in Juvi, AWANA, and had an Aunt who was a born again Christian. I knew the basics, but found out just how many errors when I arrived here. In fact, I almost left shortly after arriving because I thought everyone here was delusional, because I had everything figured out, of course. I still don't agree with the general consensus on a couple of things, but I was sure straightened out on a lot of others.

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News Item3/25/18 6:51 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
You're a good and decent man, and like the rest of us...under construction; a work in progress, and awaiting a major upgrade.
Now, I hope everyone knows what I mean by the use of the word "good", and I don't need a lesson in total depravity...ha-ha. Let's be fair to ourselves and recognize any progress along with those things that we still need to be working on. Keep your eyes on Him, examine yourself daily, improve accordingly, and at a pace where those improvements will become natural; a part of who you are, as opposed to trying to be perfect all at once...
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News Item3/25/18 6:36 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Watcher Wrote:
"...but to make sure I am putting up walls and boundaries to keep sin out. I cry over my sin and hate myself when I fall, because I know it always affects others."

Good luck with those walls and boundrys...you'll still be human, and slip and fall, but the difference is that you're recognizing, self-examining, and doing something about it. Let me tell you something...not all Christians can claim the same...that's called spiritual maturity, and striving to be Christ-like. I think you beat yourself up to the point that you only see the bad, while not recognizing the progress and a heart concerned for others. I'm not saying that should be a cause for pride, but I AM saying that The Spirit is obviously working in you, especially when it comes to having empathy for others where your own actions and words are concerned, and intro-spection; an ability that I consider a gift.

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