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No Nicolaitans

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  1. Those are your words, and that's what I believe you said, and my audience wants to hear it.
  2. Now thats I'a thinks bouts it, I's wondr'n, is that frase in the Sinasticus or that fanshy-smanshy Vinasticus manuscriptus? Kausin' it hain't ina my good ole' King James versy...
  3. Doesn't matter...just tell us what you believe about it. That's what matters...right?
  4. I don't know...you tell me. I'm sure you can tell us what you believe about it and what your audience wants to hear. By the way...it's bologna...not baloney. But you probably don't believe that, and nor does your audience...
  5. Perhaps the Holy Spirit could take lessons from you since you apparently know more than he does.... Wait a minute...were you just being facetious? Oh you silly boy!
  6. Why are you asking such a question? After all...you're a "Senior Member" here, and as such, you should know me well enough to know the answer to such a silly-willy question.
  7. I don't know...you tell me. I'm sure you can tell us what you believe or what your audience wants to hear about it.
  8. Oh dear...now I can't even trust you about the falsehood of Preterism... https://www.corvetteonline.com/news/ever-seen-a-ford-powered-c5-z06-vette-nows-your-chance/
  9. ...or maybe...just maybe...and I know this may sound completely whack-a-doodle...but m...a...y...b...e John said exactly what the Holy Spirit wanted him to say. I know...I know...just because the Holy Spirit is God, he doesn't really know all things. So the Holy Spirit didn't really understand the difference between a mark and a chip. I see...
  10. ...and you've spoken with the apostle John, and he confirmed that your interpretation is what he meant?
  11. Again I say, "Shame on you." The only thing that you have proven is that you believe certain things and that you assert that you have an audience who wants those certain things...the latter; of which, remains unproven...however, such a claim is believable considering the days in which we live...and that sir, is nothing to boast of. Shame on you.
  12. Now wait a minute... You reject the SDA's version and others because they're from false religions...BUT...you accept the Sinaiticus & Vaticanus even though they were discovered in the possession of false religions. Interesting... You sir, are the epitome of doing what's right in your own eyes. Your whole and continuous argument has consisted of absolutely nothing more than what you believe and what your supposed "audience" wants. Shame on you.
  13. Are we not commanded to study his word? What about this... And Jesus answered him, saying, It is written, That man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word of God. If God expects for us to study his word, and he expects for us to live by EVERY word, then we must have God's word in order to do that...right? Yet, if Sinaiticus and Vaticanus are his true words, why did God allow them to be kept hidden away from true believers by false religious systems? Why would God expect his children to study and live by his word when they didn't have access to it? Is that not a pretty big clue that false religious systems had those manuscripts?
  14. I wasn't insulted whatsoever. I thought the basis was that they are supposedly based on "older" manuscripts...aka...older is better. I'd much rather attempt to drive from Georgia to California in my wife's 2010 Jeep Compass than my 1998 Ford Escort ZX2. Older doesn't automatically mean better. Our son is 8; I'm 52. He can get around a lot better than I can... Last year, we replaced our roof, heat and air system, and water heater...because the older ones were no longer any good... Earlier this year, we had to replace our stove...the old one wasn't any good any longer... A couple of centuries ago, they used to bleed people in an attempt to get rid of health problems...I'll take today's newer health knowledge... London used to have their sewage running down the sides of their streets...I'll take today's newer sanitary sewage systems... Mark 16 doesn't belong in newer Bible versions that are based on those older...aka...better manuscripts... Doctrine is different in newer Bible versions that are based on those older...aka...better manuscripts... robycop3 says that he has been battling against false doctrine for the last 40 years... Hmmmmmm...now that's interesting.
  15. You can't see that I've actually been trying to help you. The only sarcasm that I purposely committed was my use of text-spelling in a previous answer to you...and even that was meant to help you. Can you see that in your last response to me, you did the exact thing that you accused me of? 1. You accused me of being King James Only...which is a put-down coming from you since we all know your position on the issue. 2. You tried to shame me by saying that I must be a fan of Gail Riplinger, and then you likened me unto her. That was another put-down attempt. However, I must say...you're apparently much more familiar with her than I am. 3. You then attempted to insult my intelligence by insinuating that I had no "REAL" answer. You apparently didn't appreciate me misquoting you, because you responded with personal attacks against me. Here's another one for you...these are your words... Now imagine how God must view it when he is misquoted...
  16. I'll be honest; in that, I thought you were avoiding my questions. After you responded, my first thought was that you didn't respond sooner, because you had to look up something to justify your personal beliefs. You are free to believe what you want, and I can't prove if you're right in your own mind or not. What I can respond to is the scriptural support you provided. You do realize that you are using a "hearing" miracle to justify your "written...also known as...translation" beliefs??? Here...let me try something... Are those your words? Let me answer for you... Yes they are. I used the exact words that you used. Did I leave anything out...or possibly make it say what I wanted it to say...or something totally different than what you actually said? Hmmmm....
  17. Okay. Where is the scriptural support for that? Where is the scriptural support for that? Where is the scriptural support for that? Well...It answered it, but all that I gathered from it was that you gave unconvincing answers as to what you believe. O Ok. I c. Talk 2 u l8rz.
  18. SIr, it's hard for me (personally) to take you seriously about your view of the importance of the translation of God's word...when you use text-message spelling such as this. As to whether a translation is perfect to one person...or full of goofs (as you stated) to another person...I fear your concentration is on the wrong "person" to whom it's ultimately most important. I've heard this "KJVO myth" used long before you said it here. So...though I'm not a moderator, I'm going to step out on a limb and ask you... What proof do you have of this claim? Can you give us something like...your top three proofs? If so, please don't copy and paste from other sources. I want to know what you have learned and for it to be written in your own words (without using text-message spelling) which can show me that you're right about this. No need to go in-depth if you don't want to....just bullet-points and a sentence or two explaining why each point is valid. However, feel free to use more sentences if needed.
  19. Exactly. However, for an even more in-depth description, I would point to chapters 28-30 of Deuteronomy...there's more, but those three chapters sum it up nicely. Obedience to the law would bring physical blessings. Disobedience to the law would bring physical curses. Not once is salvation mentioned for obedience, and not once is being lost mentioned for disobedience.
  20. What were the results of obedience to the law? What were the results of disobedience to the law?
  21. I was just wondering if that was the reference that people use. However, I see nothing in 1 Corinthians12 which speaks of water baptism. It says that by the Spirit, we all have been baptized into one body...we all. To my understanding, this is a spiritual baptism performed by the Spirit...the "one baptism" of Ephesians 4. Take care.
  22. 360watt, Could this possibly be the reference for what you're referring to? (1 Corinthians12:13) For by one Spirit are we all baptized into one body, whether we be Jews or Gentiles, whether we be bond or free; and have been all made to drink into one Spirit.
  23. From the website... Now compatible with Apple Mac OS X, Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7, 32 or 64 bit. So...it would appear on the surface that it's not compatible with Windows 10. As you said, it appears as though they haven't maintained it for quite some time. See if one of these helps...but you've already tried compatibility made...which is one of the options. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.howtogeek.com/228689/how-to-make-old-programs-work-on-windows-10/amp/ https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/15078/windows-make-older-programs-compatible Hope my computer guruism helped... LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL!
  24. No... (Hebrews 11:1) Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.
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