Thank you for the label. That ends our conversation.
The off topic topics are too far on topic to be off topic!
it's sad it's even a thing. Yet here we are.
Hi Clarence, What you wrote in your response post is what the Apostle Peter said to do during that time period. They had a preaching work to do and those who were in the " Upper Room" at Pentecost were assigned this work in accordance to Matthew 24:14 and 28:19. This work was urgent because it had to reach as many people as possible in Jerusalem because Jesus had prophesied its destruction. The Complete destruction and desolation of Jerusalem occurred in 70 c.e This was the end or conclusion of the System of Things spoken of by Jesus Christ at Matthew 24:3 When those who had received the gift of Holy Spirit at Pentecost had completed their Earthly course, the authority of God through his arrangement or order at 1 Corinthians 11;3 became effective. No individual since the passing of the Apostle John has any authority over a Christian Man, the Head of the Christian Man is Jesus Christ.
Your misuse of the word, "so" at the start of your first sentence cancels out all that is said subsequently.
I thought you wrote that you?ve studied the Bible? There was certainly no violating pharaoh?s free will throughout the strokes Yehoveh made against Egypt. The word, ?hardened?, masks what is really happening with pharaoh. There are actually two different words, kavad (heavy, stubborn) and chazaq (strengthen, enhance). At times the text reads, ?and pharaoh hardened his heart?, others read, ? and Yehoveh hardened pharaoh?s heart?. In other words, pharaoh made his heart stubborn, Yehoveh gave strength to pharaoh to continue the fight. This is the dynamic throughout the first seven strokes.
Have you come to terms with the fact that maybe you have lied?
Yes, scammers and malingerers. I stand by that, and I absolutely will not repeat those who are not such people. I won't, even though you distort and lie about what I write.
Of course, it's a two-way street. Christianity had to (slowly) develop its own theology as it more and more separated itself from Judaism.
Hmmm marriage was already legal in a number of states. Thomas had no say on that even at the time. And again, this case could have happened for a purely religious marriage. All have a civil right to not be discriminated against when responding to s public offer because of their beliefs,
Morning Dancy! You mean put *his* prints on it while he's asleep don't you???
"Only your God decides who is and isn't." Amen. Shawsy surely doesn't.
...read, Art of the Deal, it's all there...have patience...??
I like what Augustine wrote:
LOL Probably getting ready to run for school trustee. Good job mom.
"The Constitution allows freedom of religion". Not on government property or public schools. It may be tolerated but it is Not a Constitutional right.
warming up for your solo? ;-)
There should be an LGBTheQuickBrownFoxJumpsOverTheLazyDog Month .... that would cover everyone and then we could get back to just being Americans the rest of the year.
I agree Protestants need to stop addi g and subtracting from the Word.
None of what you described was a moral failure. Ceremonial uncleanness is not a moral failure, bit is an unavoidable part of the prescribed duties of many wonderful servants of God. A woman becomes ceremonially unclean as a mother. A mortician becomes unclean as he recovers a body for burial.
While I sympathize with your plight and your struggle, I'm afraid that you have fallen back on humanistic rationalizations and substituted it for Faith and God's Word.
He certainly did.