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  1. Please show your evidence for this claim. I hope they will. I want to be exhonorated and ach exposed for the liar that he so clearly is.
  2. In other words, you lied. Just like your father, the Father or Lies, you lied. Where is your evidence that I have "numerous accounts"? What are the names on these alleged accounts? If what you're saying is true, then why aren't the moderators and administrators taking your charges seriously? The only basis you seem to have for your slander and false witness is that I allegedly only had three posts in ten years. How is that evidence? That's not unreasonable at all. This board has very few members (most likely because people passing by see hateful little trolls like you and decide to skip it). You do realize, don't you, that there are entire forums on this message board that don't receive new posts for weeks or even months at a time. You, yourself, don't even respond to them. So, given that most of them, I don't find interesting enough to post to in the first place. So why is it that unreasonable that I don't post here as often as some others? Is it really damning evidence to you that I have a life outside of the internet? Tthat I'm not such a social pariah that people in the real world actually want to interact with me? If you can't imagine a life away from message boards, then you need to see a doctor about that. Bottom line: Even the moderators aren't taking your charges seriously.
  3. Maybe. But I would rather know if they believe I have one or not. Unfortunately, all I have is their word.
  4. Not at all. He's been dealt with on the other board. What I'm doing is bringing his complaint here to ask the moderators to investigate it and, if warranted, to punish my alleged violation of the rules. That seems fair, doesn't it? I mean, I'm not above the rules, am I? If his accusation is true, shouldn't it be addressed?
  5. Even if that were true, I'm not complaining. I'm just asking a question. Don't you think it's reasonable of me to want to know if I'm breaking the rules by having these alleged "numerous accounts"?
  6. No, not at all. I just want the mods to investigate me to tell me whether or not I have more than one account here. I know I don't, but I would like their decision as evidence. And, besides, whether I want him banned from BaptistBoard is a moot point at this point, as he's probably going to be banned, anyway. He's already had two threads closed and a stern rebuke from the mods.
  7. I'm more concerned about disproving his claims that I have "numerous accounts" on OB. The other board isn't an issue. He's about to be banned from there, anyway.
  8. On another message board, "Dr"JamesAch is falsely claiming that I have "numerous accounts" here. Obviously, what our false witness bearing friend says elsewhere is not your problem. However, if what he is saying is true (and, like all the other accusations he's made toward me, it's not), then that would a violation of OB rules. Would you please investigate this and tell us whether or not I have any other accounts?
  9. I think that's subjective. If that's the message you take away from mohawks, then I think you have an obligation not to get a mohawk.
  10. I think it depends. First of all, let's remember that hairstyles are cultural and, thus, subjective. Remember that, in the 19th century, most men had long hair that would have been considered "sinful" by many Christians just fifty years later and, fifty years after that, would have been considered short by most Christians. While it's true that some hairstyles are associated with rebellion, I seriously doubt your five year old wants a mohawk to protest against societal norms. From what you've described, I don't see how you would be causing your parents to sin, but I would explain to your child, in age appropriate language, that how we present ourselves on the outside presents a message to the world about us. That's why we dress up when we go to church, because we have reverence for God, or why we dress for court or weddings, because we have respect for the sanctity of those institutions, or why we dress casually to go to a ball game, because that's about fun and recreation. Personally, when I see a mohawk, my first thought isn't about punks or rebellion, but "Airborne!"
  11. Auburn88

    Your Favorite Hymns?

    I don't think I have a favorite to sing. I like to sing them all. But to just sit back and reflect on the words, my favorite by far is "'Tis Finished, the Messiah Dies": 'Tis finished! The Messiah dies, Cut off for sins, but not His own: Accomplished is the sacrifice, The great redeeming work is done. 'Tis finished! all the debt is paid; Justice divine is satisfied; The grand and full atonement made; God for a guilty world hath died. The veil is rent in Christ alone; The living way to heaven is seen; The middle wall is broken down, And all mankind may enter in. The types and figures are fulfilled; Exacted is the legal pain; The precious promises are sealed; The spotless Lamb of God is slain. The reign of sin and death is o'er, And all may live from sin set free; Satan hath lost his mortal power; 'Tis swallowed up in victory. Saved from the legal curse I am, My Savior hangs on yonder tree: See there the meek, expiring Lamb! 'Tis finished! He expires for me. Accepted in the Well-beloved, And clothed in righteousness divine, I see the bar to heaven removed; And all Thy merits, Lord, are mine. Death, hell, and sin are now subdued; All grace is now to sinners given; And lo, I plead the atoning blood, And in Thy right I claim Thy heaven!
  12. Not familiar with the book, but here's something I posted recently on another message board that may help a little:
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