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About zealyouthguy

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  1. Well, I think we should just say Jesus is Jesus. He wasn't a liberal, he wasn't a conservative, he wasn't a republican or a democrat. He IS God and what he does is right because his nature is right. Jesus helped the disadvantage sinner by offering them freedom from their sin, securing their position with God by his substitutionary atonement, and by conquering death. Jesus certainly had compassion on their frail needs as humans, but that was driven by their eternal neediness in spirit. I am sorry I wasn't accusing you of playing that card my "you" was a general you which is why I relat
  2. No he wasn't... and that was exactly my point. That's an ambiguous word that doesn't do anything but build boxes for us to fight against. You're pulling the "Jesus is on my side and would do what I do" card and it ain't playable... because, (from one to the other) you're a rotten sinner. I don't say that to be "blunt" but because I know my own heart and I know what the Bible clearly states about the heart of men.
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  4. LOL, apparently you haven't read enough here because whether that's "very clear" or not always seems to get debated.
  5. Terri Blackstock, Night Light, Second book in aRESTORATIONovel series.
  6. Here's the problem, and most people don't get it. We, (you and I) don't get to define words, how they are used or where they may go from what we have used in the past. There are some words that define themselves by their basic structure. Example: You had to add a qualifier to your terminology... you had to add the word "theological" to "liberal" to get your point across. Instead of just saying, unscriptural or unbiblical. See because MOST everyone of those "theological liberals" are considered right-wing conservatives by the nation and world at large. many people on here would consider Jo
  7. I personally think we need to stop using the words "liberal" and "conservative" to describe Christians outside the political realm, since both terms have been hijacked to mean something significantly different than what they originally meant. As Christians we should be liberal. We should share the word liberally, we should love liberally, we should give liberally, and we should live liberally. We need more people with faith in God through Christ Jesus and less with faith in their political party. If you can't say something is sin, don't condemn it... also, get really worried if what ev
  8. We can discuss I Corinthians 7 anytime you want, just start a thread. God DID in fact inspire Luke to write every single word of Luke. All of the Bible is God's Words (literally) As far as a sinless Mary and Sola Scriptura, you've been answered and refuted on those on other threads, so there is no real use rehashing those.
  9. Another thing... "habitual sin"... James 4:14-17 14 Whereas ye know not what shall be on the morrow. For what is your life? It is even a vapour, that appeareth for a little time, and then vanisheth away. 15 For that ye ought to say, If the Lord will, we shall live, and do this, or that. 16 But now ye rejoice in your boastings: all such rejoicing is evil. 17 Therefore to him that knoweth to do good, and doeth it not, to him it is sin. Boy that sort of puts it into perspective for me...
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