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Dr James Ach

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  1. Just when I thought that JD Hall and some of his Calvinist followers couldn’t get any lower, I stumbled upon a conversation that took place on Twitter where JD Hall, Fred Butler, “Rhology”, Gene Clyatt (Shinar Squirrel) where all of these Genevan Calvinists were harassing Ergun Caner’s 15 year old son. Not only is the […] View the full article
  2. [Assistant Editor's note: this looks like a deliberate conspiracy to slam the borders with known sick immigrants to spread disease as well as chaos into the country. There's just no other explanation for the things that OBama has allowed to happen on the US borders. A scary thought would be that if the US is […]<img alt="" border="0" src="http://stats.wordpress.com/b.gif?host=dorightchristians.wordpress.com&blog=40542567&post=1613&subd=dorightchristians&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1" /> View the full article
  3. WARNING: If you are a member of the Anon Church, and can’t handle what you’ve dished out to other Baptists, this article is going to REALLY offend you! The Anon Church is a group of cyber religious terrorists lead by a convicted sex offender Matthew Coker (convicted for child pornography) -who goes by “Back Row […] View the full article
  4. A so-called Christian heavy metal band whose frontman was convicted of attempting to hire a hitman to murder his estranged wife has admitted that it duped fans into believing that they were Christian in order to sell their music. “Truthfully, I was an atheist,” Tim Lambesis, the lead singer and founder of As I Lay Dying told theAlternative Press in a recent interview. […]<img alt="" border="0" src="http://stats.wordpress.com/b.gif?host=dorightchristians.wordpress.com&blog=40542567&post=1529&subd=dorightchristians&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1" /> View the full ar
  5. Wow, what a bunch of pious sounding Palestinians who throw rocks and Molotov cocktails into our living quarters, and then go crying to the UN (in this case, the moderators) about how bad my "attitude" is. You want bad attitude? Take this forum and shove it in between a Catholic Bible like an Apocrypha.
  6. Considering that I have been gone all weekend and today is really some of my first postings in about 4 days, and your very first response to me is sarcastic (after just telling someone else to "cut the sarcasm" in Post #81), I would say that my assumption on how you intend to respond was pretty accurate. But it does appear that with the accusation of "paranoid" you have joined the ranks of the other James White hooligans (some on this board such as Genevan Preacher) that have labeled me a "conspiracy theorist". Here's a little bit more accuracy about your "activities": you are sympathizin
  7. You're right, I should have limited my admonition toward the people commenting that actually think they know something about the history of the KJV and modern version debates, as opposed to the people that commented who DO know what they're talking about. It makes no difference how long the discussion lasted about Ruckman, that was not the ONLY thing I said "pay attention" to. I said that the thread was about how long the concept of King James Version Only preceded Ruckman, which has not so far been discussed at length (if at all). You even made the comment earlier on that you did not want t
  8. Now for Jeffrey, I'll ask you the same questions that James White keeps dodging about the Codex Sinaiticus: 1. If the correctors of Aleph are supposed to be 4th - 5th century, then explain how a 12th century Islamic prophecy is written in Arabic in the folio of Revelation chapter 7-8 in the footnote? 2. If the correctors of Aleph are 4th & 5th century, explain how 9th century miniscules were used in corrections (such as the uncial 'betas' used in Mark 2). Kind of hard to ascribe correctors to the 5th century when there is evidence of styles that were not in use until 400 years later.
  9. Yes, God forbid that He would actually COMMAND that copies be made: Deut 17:18: " And it shall be, when he sitteth upon the throne of his kingdom, that he shall write him a copy of this law in a book out of that which is before the priests the Levites" How dare God to expect kings and judges to follow laws from a COPY
  10. I'd rather get them all out of the way to avoid side shows for those who think the Calvinist forgot something. Or it can be 1-1 with allowances made for the Calvinist to use handicaps, life lines and dial-a-Calvinist I'll catch up more after the week end is over. We passed out tracts today during a homo parade which went over about as well as a model duck posing at a gun range, and then before sunrise we are moving our stuff to another family member's house in Jaffa. I'm sick of Tel Aviv. When I had to walk over a rainbow colored crosswalk to get my coffee, that was it for me LOL.
  11. Yeah, ME TOO, just saw this thread. I would also like to debate every person on the forum that defends Calvinism. Me against any Calvinist, or all of you at once, doesn't matter to me.
  12. Dr. Elisha Weismann Contrary to critics like James White, Rick Norris, Fred Butler, JD Hall, Doug Cutelick, and all modern professional liars, the King James Only view did not begin with Peter Ruckman, Ruckman was merely instrumental in causing professing Baptists to quit riding the fence on the issue. Thomas Morris posted the following quote […] View the full article
  13. The issue went right over his head. The contention was about symbolism as it applied to mathematical equations, not the OBjects being numerated. Their initial rebuttal was that the measurements (i.e., mathematical equations) themselves were symbolic, and the point I am showing- which they've completely missed and reverted right back to circular reasoning- is that the equations given in Revelation are not neither symbolic nor allegorical. And since the mathematical equations have a literal meaning, it is impossible to conclude that the city is made up of humans because it doesn't 'add up'
  14. What is funny is that he appealed to Dave that if he is going to argue against Reformed Doctrine (not the Bible) he should at least "try to understand it". It never ceases to amaze me how much Calvinists claim "sola scriptura" but then accuse their opponents of misrepresentation, and then admonish them to study the creeds, confessions and commentaries of the Reformers to better understand Calvinism/Reformed Doctrine. Calvinists prove to me over and over again they are really not "Sola Scriptura". It's the same logic used by the Jehovah's Witnesses "If you want to understand the Watchtower
  15. From Jack Moorman's, Forever Settled, pages 69-70 Origen (185 - 254) He is considered by many to be the most profound mind in the history of the church. But in fact it may be said that he had a greater corrupting influence on the early church and on the Bible itself than any man. Origen was born in Alexandria, Egypt, the cradle of Gnosticism. He and Clement before him were renowned teachers in Alexandria's famous Catechetical School. This school was a center of philosophical and scientific learning as well as theology.He practiced rigorous asceticism, memorized largo portions of Scr
  16. The ironic thing is that you claim to not want to be labeled, but always run to the defense of Calvinism/Reformed Theology anytime that it is questioned, so you can take that pious sounding "it's based on Scripture" elsewhere. You chose to identify with an Independent Baptist KJVO forum when you signed up, and I'm pretty sure your information did not say, "I'm just following the Bible". No, you CHOSE to identify with Independent Baptists, either that, or you have deceitfully wormed your way into this forum. Since you likely will not admit to the latter, then if it's the former, it's rather con
  17. [The above is what Covenanter said, not Dave] If there's one thing that this forum has shown in the last year, it's that it really doesn't make any difference what forum policy is, you are going to post what you want to post anyway, so why stop now? And as I predicted (and as I have ALWAYS maintained about Calvinists) that every time someone disagrees with a Calvinist, the first thing out of their mouth is "you don't understand Calvinism". [For recent proof of my consistent position on this, >see the end of my post here in refuting Covenant Theology] and this response to Dave is no exce
  18. Now when have you ever heard of anyone describing an army as follows...? * "Before we attack, let's recon (duh). What kind of military do they have?" * "Well, sir, they have 1 million in their army, plus generals, majors, colonels, captains, lts and sergeants". .....ME EITHER. Clearly any reference to any military at all would have included all of its generals and attaches. Furthermore, the world population in 480-500 BC was barely 100 million. Again, not even that large of a population on the planet let alone in anyone's military. And finally, why would John need a specia
  19. And of course one of the biggest fears that the larger countries have that rely on electricity for their advanced weaponry is that an EMP attack whether by nuclear bomb or by hacking the grids will cripple any advantages that said countries have over their enemies. When that happens (and its not a question of IF it will happen but merely when and how), wars will be reduced to conventional warfare....which means gun battles on horseback. Furthermore, there's a host of reasons for using horses in battle in the kind of terrain in the middle east such as in areas in Northern Israel, Pakistan, Cauc
  20. The reason Calvinists had to come up with this is because it is impossible to explain the salvation of Cornelius and others like him who sought God before being saved, and in Calvinist soteriology, man is so totally depraved he does not have the ability to seek God, and therefore must be regenerated first before he can even believe. Even though the 'ordo salutis' is different in many verses, and Calvinists are all divided on just what those orders are as well- the one thing in Scripture where the order has never been backwards is that faith is required to be regenerated: * In whom ye also
  21. The age old 'regeneration precedes faith' argument from Calvinists. I have an article on that on my other forum on Calvinism somewhere, I'll post it when I find it.
  22. Here's a real simple OBjection: How could Jesus have gone to make a place for anyone in John 14, if the building materials (the bodies that make up the "city") were not available or even born yet? Would be quite a challenge to call the PLACE that Jesus is building a city that is made out of bodies to which He said I GO TO PREPARE (which was immediately after His ascension), and the bodies needed to make that city won't be around for another couple thousand years. Furthermore, the measurements given in Revelation are given of humans BEFORE they die (as in, a cubit would be @18 inches of a h
  23. There is also something very prophetic about Zech 8:3 in and of itself if one is familiar with the geometry of Jerusalem (current and past) compared to the "math" given in Zech 8:3 which has not happened yet
  24. Revelation 21:10 doesn't say it is a mountain, it just says a mountain was where John viewed the city from. However, Jerusalem is referred to as both a city and a mountain in Zechariah 8:3 "Thus saith the LORD; I am returned unto Zion, and will dwell in the midst of Jerusalem: and Jerusalem shall be called a city of truth; and the mountain of the LORD of hosts the holy mountain." Cities themselves have various names for themselves: metropolis, town, suburbs, ghettos, uptown, downtown, southside, etc.but they are never referred to as strawberry poptarts. What Invicta is trying t
  25. True; and I'm not even sure why position had anything to do with it (???). Schaap essentially is accusing the girl of being a whore by claiming she seduced him and did so with repeated advances. Even if that were true, and Schaap did not take advantage of her, and manipulate her (although I've seen court records of his letters to her that show otherwise), then Schaap should have taken the advice that is given in Proverbs chapters 5-7 about the whorish and strange woman. Not to mention that he was also married. What good is preaching on conquering temptation if you can't live by example (I
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