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  1. . There's an episode in Paul's first letter to the church at Corinth regarding a pew warmer who was sleeping with his father's wife. Shame of shame, the church defended the man and said nothing to him about his conduct. But when Paul got wind of it, he blew his stack and demanded that they unite and ostracize the man. As time went by, the man's attitude changed and then Paul ordered the church to welcome him back into their membership. You know, I see some of that very same thing going on here. People are indignant that I have questioned asysin2leads' divorce. But until his attitude changes
  2. . It's still denied because it is better to OBey God than men. †. 1Tim 5:20-21 . .Them that sin rebuke before all, that others also may fear. I charge thee before God, and the Lord Jesus Christ, and the elect angels, that thou OBserve these things without preferring one before another, doing nothing by partiality. C.L.I.F.F. /
  3. . Was David condemned to eternal suffering for the unpardonable sins of premeditated murder and adultery? Was he condemned to Hell for the unpardonable sin of deliberate sin? No; but I'll tell you something about David. His attitude about it was a world of a difference than the one you've thus far exemplified. C.L.I.F.F. /
  4. . Request Denied. †. 1Tim 5:20-21 . .Them that sin rebuke before all, that others also may fear. I charge thee before God, and the Lord Jesus Christ, and the elect angels, that thou OBserve these things without preferring one before another, doing nothing by partiality. C.L.I.F.F. /
  5. . The sole excuse that the Bible's Christ will accept for divorce is unfaithfulness. †. Mtt 5:31-32 . . It hath been said: Whosoever shall put away his wife, let him give her a writing of divorcement. But I say unto you, that whosoever shall put away his wife, saving for the cause of fornication, causeth her to commit adultery: and whosoever shall marry her that is divorced committeth adultery. According to the Bible's Christ; you've caused your ex to live in sin and your current spouse to live in sin; not to mention that you too are living in sin and also fathered three children in si
  6. . Christianity's Commandments (20) 120) 1Cor 15:34 . . Awake to righteousness, and sin not; for some have not the knowledge of God: I speak this to your shame. NOTE: Paul's directive is in connection with the Corinthians' ignorance of the fundamentals of resurrection (1Cor 15:12-33) which are labeled elsewhere as baby food. (Heb 5:11-6:3) People who subsist on Gerber's products are "dull of hearing" That doesn't mean they have wax in their ears. It just means that they are too immature to handle certain concepts because they cannot be understood without first understanding something sim
  7. . Well, I had no idea it was a refutation of Calvanism because you didn't include a statement to that effect. In point of fact, because of your strong emphasis on verse 4; I assumed you were a universalist. It was not my intention to refute any of the so-called five points of Calvanism but rather to refute universalism's philosophy that (1) everybody is God's kin, and (2) nOBody goes to a Hell. 1Tim 2:4-6 is one of their favorite "proof" texts. Ironically, though the universalists with whom I've dialogued believe their proof texts to be Spirit-fathered, they insist that the remainder o
  8. . Christianity's Commandments (19) 115) 1Cor 14:34 . . Let your women keep silence in the churches: for it is not permitted unto them to speak; but they are commanded to be under OBedience, as also saith the law. NOTE: the "law" to which Paul refers is Gen 3:16— "To the woman He said: he shall rule over you" 1Cor 14:33-34 seems to contradict 1Cor 11:3-10 where the author permitted women to pray and/or prophecy in church just so long as they wear something on their hair to indicate a Christian woman's subordination to Christian men. However; there are limits to that privilege. †. 1Tim 2
  9. . I'm going to deliberately misquote the 4th verse. Watch for the error. "Who will save all men." No, God is not going to save all men, though it be His will that all be saved. The Bible's plan of salvation contains the element of decision. In other words, the Bible's God is not like Neanderthals who went about kidnapping women to marry them while caring nothing about how the girls might feel about it. God is unwilling that any should perish, yes; however, it is not His decision to make. It is the sinner's decision. †. Ezk 18:23 . . Have I any pleasure at all that the wicked should
  10. . Christianity's Commandments (18) 113) Cor 14:29 . . Let the prophets speak two or three, and let the other judge. 114) 1Cor 14:30-31 . . If anything be revealed to another that sitteth by, let the first hold his peace. For ye may all prophesy one by one, that all may learn, and all may be comforted. NOTE: that isn't permission to derail a Sunday school class with wild-eyed epiphanies. The directive is restricted to those who actually have the gift of prophecy rather than the gift of gab; in other words: truly inspired individuals. What he's saying is: Sunday school shouldn't be a f
  11. . PopClock Update (06) 15 days have elapsed since beginning the topic on Aug 15, 2010 Using the original factor of 2,260 adult-age Americans transferring to perdition per each 24-hour civil day, suggests 33,900 adult-age Americans have passed through the gates of the current Hell just since beginning the topic. The world-wide total, based upon the original factor of 49,942 condemned souls per 24-hour civil day, suggests 749,130 total arrivals in perdition since beginning the topic . . . and the clock is still ticking. __________ __________ __________ ___________ NOBel Prize winner, a
  12. . Christianity's Commandments (17) 107) 1Cor 14:1a . . Follow after charity, and desire spiritual gifts NOTE: the koiné Greek word for "charity" is agape (ag-ah'-pay) which means: love. One of the salient characteristics of love is its willingness to stifle its own interests for the benefit of others. Love isn't a show-off either. Love should be the impetus in any exercise of spiritual gifts; viz: gifts are for the benefit of others rather than one's self. 108) 1Cor 14:1b . . but rather that ye may prophesy. NOTE: prophecy isn't strictly limited to foretelling the future, but more impo
  13. . Would you rate yourself a domineering woman, or an insecure woman; or maybe even both? People were becoming a bit too ugly, and a bit too personal with their remarks. The purpose of this topic is not so much marital advice as it is pre-marital counseling. If young unmarried Christian girls will take the time to study those three books I recommended, they will have a much better chance at success in their marriages than the silly air heads who enter marriage without a clue. They may seem unbiblical to you; but not to me. FYI: It's my policy to caution opponents about using w
  14. . Christianity's Commandments (16) 105) 1Cor 11:33-34 . .Wherefore, my brethren, when ye come together to eat, tarry one for another. And if any man hunger, let him eat at home; that ye come not together unto condemnation. NOTE: The gist of the matter is: The Lord's supper isn't supposed to be a meal, nor is it supposed to be an individual act like blessing yourself with holy water on your way inside. It's a congregational act rather than an individual act; and it's a symbol rather than nourishment so people shouldn’t be heaping piles of tasty bread on their plates and filling gOBlets wit
  15. . So you're saying: 1) the 14th chapter of Romans doesn't matter. 2) Christ's pastors don't matter. Well, you're certainly mistaken on both counts. For one, the 14th of Romans was written by Paul the apostle as a duly authorized agent of the Bible's Christ. †. 1Cor 14:37 . . If any man think himself to be a prophet, or spiritual, let him acknowledge that the things that I write unto you are the commandments of the Lord. And second, Christ's pastors are a divine gratuity with a divine purpose. †. Eph 4:11-14 . . And he gave some apostles. . . and some pastors; for the perfecting
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