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    Yesterday, 11:39 PM
    This kind of thing is one of many reasons we ought not bow to the princes and kings and whatnot of this world.
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    Yesterday, 11:36 PM
    Update: I figured out the hairbun thing-though I used a hairnet to keep it together. #cheater :D Made it through both parts of my performance finals fine. ~hugs~ for you gals that helped. :D xoxo
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    Yesterday, 10:09 PM
    Pretty ordinary day. Feeling kind of stiff due to being out late performing live and partying. :D Some homily notes.. *Family in Christ transcends ethnicity, gender, etc *the EOC is where we "belong", not where we "go" to *Antioch was the most ethnically diverse place in the world when the Church was born Epistle-Galatians 3:23-4:5 Gospel Luke 13:10-17
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    Yesterday, 07:59 PM
    Prog fans appreciate Yes. :D
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    Yesterday, 07:35 PM
    I know there are haters out there, but I'm a Rush fanboy. :D One of the best trios in any genre and many of their songs have libertarian themes. :cool:
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    Yesterday, 07:04 PM
    *thumbsup* I've never heard of him till now-and googled-I agree with you. Terrible shame technical skill like that doesn't become popular except in prog/shred fanboy circles. :(
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    Yesterday, 06:09 PM
    Halfway through the Arian Bible. ;)
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    Yesterday, 06:06 PM
    King Crimson is classic and epic Prog:
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    Yesterday, 06:04 PM
    I approve these shenannigans. :) The time sigs are standard, though. It's the rhythms in the drums and bass that makes it sound more complicated. :cool:
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    Yesterday, 04:34 PM
    They're in my Bible. I have a proper, Orthodox Bible. :D :cool:
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    Yesterday, 10:28 AM
    I, too, enjoy using the King James (Authorized Version) Bible, and it has been my main translation since I was a young boy. In fact, several years ago, I would have almost considered someone a heretic if he didn't use the KJV. However, as we become older and, hopefully, more mature in our faith, we come to realize that many of the theological positions we used to hold were wrong. The exclusivity of the KJV is one of those positions, for me. Though I believe it to be the premium version for English-speakers, I also recognize that its language can become a stumblingblock for many people. Therefore, other translations have to be used for understanding, memorizing, and citing of God's word. So, I am not a "KJV-Only" person. Having said that, I find that the ministry website of the Trinitarian Bible Society has some very good information and insights about why the KJV still ought to be used as the standard version for English-speaking Christians and churches.
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    Yesterday, 10:07 AM
    Call me "biased," but I still prefer Dr. Paul's videos. There's nothing like good ol' fashioned substance and truth in a video for a Presidential candidate, without all the bells and whistles (no pun intended). Case in point:
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    Yesterday, 09:50 AM
    That depends on your worldview, particularly as it relates to whether human beings have souls or not. From a Christian worldview, no, consent is not always the precondition for any behavior. In fact, if God did not give us new hearts by the Holy Spirit ("being born again") to trust and follow Him, then no one would consent to believing in Him. That's because we're all born in sin, and our natural selves don't want anything to do with God, due to that sin nature. But once again, if one rejects the Christian worldview about the nature of human beings, then that person has to justify why pedophilia is objectively wrong, given the assertion that human beings are just biological machines subject to the laws of chemistry and physics. And to insert the need for consent in sexual behavior goes way beyond biology, chemistry, or physics. Otherwise, consent becomes an impossibility, or, at best, just something that is dependent upon impersonal and random material forces which no human being can control unto himself.
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    Yesterday, 09:27 AM
    This video is very relevant to the subject of the thread:
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    12-03-2016, 11:06 PM
    Sorry, dear. :( ~hugs~
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    12-03-2016, 04:19 PM
    *thumbsup* :) The princes of this world are not my Lords.
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    12-03-2016, 02:31 PM
    He's got the stalker thing going, I see. He is to you as danke is to me. :eek:
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    12-03-2016, 10:08 AM
    Because it's false. Orthodoxy teaches salvation by grace through faith (as the Gospels and Epistles do). Wherever you got your schooling failed you. Salvation Is Indeed By Grace At a recent, post-liturgical coffee hour, a catechumen raised a question that has troubled many people who were brought up in a Protestant environment and at some point found themselves drawn to Orthodoxy. “If we are saved by grace, and not by works,” he asked, “why does the Orthodox Church put so much stress on ascetic practice? Why should it be necessary, or even useful, to fast as we do, to make countless prostrations during Great Lent, to stand for hours through long services, and even to give so much money to the Church?” (He was preparing to enter a parish in the Southern Diocese, where tithing is usually considered an important part of personal spiritual discipline.) Then he added, “Aren’t all these things works? And what happens if I don’t do them? Am I cast out of the Kingdom and basically condemned to hell?” The discussion went on for some time, until the coffee ran out and most people went home. He stayed, though, and continued his questioning with the priest, who later admitted he had the feeling that on some level this catechumen was getting the better of him. Finally the man pulled out a pocket Bible and opened to Colossians 3. Selecting a few verses to make his point, he read: “Why do you submit to regulations, ‘Do not handle, Do not taste, Do not touch’ (referring to things that all perish as they are used), according to human precepts and doctrines? These have indeed an appearance of wisdom in promoting rigor of devotion and self-abasement and severity to the body, but they are of no value in checking the indulgences of the flesh.” “Why, then,” he asked, “do the Orthodox submit to such regulations: ‘Do not eat (this or that),’ or ‘Do this, that, and the other thing,’ in order to be a ‘good Christian’? Isn’t it enough to ‘love God and my neighbor as myself’?” It was a good question. While there’s a perfectly reasonable and satisfactory answer to his objection, it seems worthwhile for all of us to think about these things, in an effort to understand just why ascetic practice and spiritual discipline in general are so important in Christian life. Our rebellion against God and his will touches every aspect of our existence. “Sin” or “sinfulness” is not just an accumulation of specific acts of disobedience or willfulness that in some way violate the commandments. It is more than the sum total of our individual sins. Those sins are symptomatic of something broader and deeper that virtually defines us, that characterizes our every act and attitude. Sin is a state of being that permeates all aspects of our life, conscious and unconscious, physical as well as spiritual. In fact, the distinction we usually make between what is physical and what is spiritual is artificial and misleading. The human person can only be understood holistically. Our bodily gestures affect our psycho-spiritual disposition, just as our spiritual state can affect our body. Nothing attests to this fact more eloquently than the Orthodox service of Holy Unction, with its emphasis on the forgiveness of sins as integral to the quest for healing.
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    12-03-2016, 09:40 AM
    No matter how many times you tell this lie about Orthodoxy it won't be true. :) ~hugs~
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