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    06-20-2017, 01:41 PM
    Thanks! Been looking to diversify my webbernet presence and don't care much for the vimeo platform.
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    06-19-2017, 10:43 PM
    We agree on this as well. :) The epistles and gospels are both quite clear about this-but the epistles deal with it very head-on. (the Church Fathers also had to deal with this, btw) Judaizing is a heresy for a reason.
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    06-19-2017, 04:15 PM
    I tried to copypasta the whole piece, here, but all of the formatting, lists, images, citations, links, etc get lost and it becomes very difficult to read. So here's a snippet from it, and you can read the whole thing, here: http://asisypheanrevolt.blogspot.com/2017/06/in-nomine-tantum-hitlers-25-point-plan.html /snip /snip
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    06-19-2017, 12:54 AM
    Laya karab! May their memory be eternal. :( :'(
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    06-19-2017, 12:51 AM
    Kurwa! Is good point.^^
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    06-18-2017, 10:48 PM
    Damn, son. Tha tis an excellent tl;dr of that era if I ever saw one.:cool: I am impress.
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    06-18-2017, 04:12 PM
    But back to your question-the reason Christians pray for others is because the Gospels command it. Matthew 5:44-45 is just one of many examples.
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    06-18-2017, 04:07 PM
    More specifically, that Jesus is fully God and fully Man (theanthropos), and the second of the 3 hypostases.(Father, Son, Holy Spirit) You are absolutely correct to point out there are not 3 gods. That's a long-condemned heresy.
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    06-17-2017, 09:47 PM
    Hah. I remember that for sure. I was right there in the Lynnfield high school, saw it all happen. The look on the GOP establishment delegates' faces... it was classic. Initially, they were 'all so excited to see so many young people' -- used to only 20-50 faces, and they had over 250 people or something. Then, when they started to see what was happening -- getting almost all of their delegates replaced by RP delegates -- it was the most wonderful thing, ever. Former Lt. Gov. to Mitt Romney, Kerry Healey, was beaten by an articulate and smart high school kid -- she stormed out of the room. She was so fake, too, like most of the delegates. So calculated, practiced, political. It made me kind of sick to my stomach to watch. Insulting. The now governor of MA Charlie Baker was there, too -- he was genuine. And after all the bullshit happened with the GOP and Romney collusion to dismiss and hand-pick their own delegates, he was the only one who came out publicly and said we had a right to be at Tampa. He was also a delegate who had run and was soundly defeated by a RP delegate, also. Good times. But enlightening as well. That even when you win, paying by their rules -- they'll just pull the rug out from under you and change the rules to their liking, while threatening you with lawsuits. Just despicable. Real change will come culturally, and with technology, and with approaching critical mass, and making the state increasingly obsolete, I think. Trump winning, in a way, was a success -- he was a protest vote that happened to win, much to the chagrin of the establishment. But we can clearly see that while the silver lining was saving SCOTUS and watching progressives, socialists, and SJWs head explode the world over in salty crocodile tears, and the evaporation of their social and political power in front of us -- real political change, lower regulations, and lower taxes is looking increasingly unlikely. And don't even get me started on the bullshit around the wall and his destructive protectionism. But I digress. Needed to vent. Good time and place to do it.
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    06-17-2017, 07:24 PM
    Why hello, everyone! It's great to see how active this place still is, after all these years, and to see so many familiar names still active on here and pushing that boulder uphill (heh!). It's also very sad to see some of the names that I very distinctly remember from my days here, up on the Memorial Forum. Those were some good, smart folks that are up there... it's very special that you guys have a space for that and it really hit me when I saw it. Some of you still here probably remember me, but I'm sure there are a *lot* of other people who don't, or simply don't care, which is of course fine. I haven't been here on RPF posting in the forums or blogging, here, for quite a while, now, obviously. Loved the time I was here, the discussions I had, and the people that helped me grow, along with the people I hopefully helped grow. Basically, after a while, I started to see how much debating and discussing these issues on RPF, Facebook, and G+ along with real activism in the real world had taken a lot of my time over. Being a Ron Paul caucus-goer in D6, MA in the 2012 election (which I may at some point post all of the details about in my blog) really drained me good, especially with the tactics of the Romney and GOP campaigns colluding here in MA and arbitrarily dismissing our democratically elected delegates -- so that was that. So to both satisfy my political, economic, and philosophical curiosity and need to discuss, while also freeing up a lot of my time for other pursuits in life, I took to more blogging to just 'get this stuff out', and on to some medium. It's cathartic, and I've minimized my social media time as well, particularly in social network communities or forums. As it stands, I've moved my primary blogging space to its own site, at a place I call 'A Sisyphean Revolt', where I talk about politics, economics, philosophy, culture, and entertainment. My internet 'nym can be found under 'Steve Lolyouwish' at my blog and elsewhere on the 'net (Google Plus, Reddit, Twitter, etc). If you're at all interested to catch up on my posts, you can find them at http://asisypheanrevolt.blogspot.com. I may stop by every now and then to either share a blog post or engage with you guys again to satisfy that need, etc, but again, it's been cut down to a minimum. But after stopping by I wanted to say 'hi' and just catch anyone who cared up on what's been going on, and that I'm still kickin', I still love good ole grandpa Ron Paul (that's really what he feels like to me, haha), and no one comes close. We should cherish every moment he's still around and for everything he's done, which really is a lot. AT least for me -- philosophically, politically, intellectually, maturely, etc.
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    06-17-2017, 07:03 PM
    I haven't been here on RPF in the forums or blogging, here, for quite a while, now. As it stands, I've moved my primary blogging space to its own site, at a place I call 'A Sisyphean Revolt', where I talk about politics, economics, philosophy, culture, and entertainment. My internet 'nym can be found under 'Steve Lolyouwish' at my blog and elsewhere on the 'net (Google Plus, Reddit, Twitter, etc). If you're at all interested to catch up on my posts, you can find them at http://asisypheanrevolt.blogspot.com. Thanks! -- Steve
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    06-17-2017, 06:53 PM
    Oh, man... I just signed in to see what was up... haven't been here in... years? And this is the first thing I clicked on. I distinctly remember discussing stuff with at least five of these people and it really hit me seeing these names. Good folks. It's good that you guys put this up and have a forum dedicated to this.
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    06-17-2017, 05:34 PM
    If teh feminazis steal teh women we may not have a choice, comrade... :eek: :( :'(
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    06-16-2017, 11:43 PM
    You take this literally but would have us believe the Eucharist is not literal?(even though it clearly is literal-Matthew 26:26-30).Very lawyerly and convenient for you, comrade. Or perhaps yet another case of Doublethink? ;)
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    06-16-2017, 11:07 PM
    I wonder if these kids understand basal metabolic rate...
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    06-16-2017, 11:02 PM
    Pretty sure The Sun is a tabloid...
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    06-16-2017, 03:46 PM
    I saw you tried to pm me, so I cleared some space for ya. I'll be out of the office for a while, but see you in the by and by. Prolly in 2 hours or so. :) ~hugs~
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    06-16-2017, 01:08 AM
    The Orthodox and correct teaching of Synergism is about working together as a Church community with God. That passage illustrates this. See also 2 Corinthians 6:1-13, Phillipians 2:12-13, etc.
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    06-16-2017, 12:17 AM
    couldn't afford the rent...so out the door they went...
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    06-15-2017, 10:47 PM
    Pretty much. Monergists also use Matthew 26:28 to "prove" limited atonement, but the Greek uses a definite article "the many"(i.e. "the multitudes"), not an indefinite article "many"-as monergists want us to believe to make their case. (as "many" implies a limited number)
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    06-15-2017, 10:32 PM
    Why do people believe in monergism when the Bible teaches synergism? (Ephesians 2, I Corinthians 3, throughout the Gospels, etc) Paul even uses the word “synergoi” in I Corinthians, which is translated as “fellow workers”.
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    06-15-2017, 07:46 AM
    Господи! :( :'( Praying for y'all, brother.
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    06-14-2017, 07:34 PM
    If this actually happens, Connor will lose. The bolded parts in the article nail it. If CM wants a concussion, this is a sure way to get one. ;)
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    06-14-2017, 07:23 PM
    If your condemnation of poorly reasoned, unorthodox, and heretical thought were of the quality of an Augustine, Chrysostom, et al, nobody would have a problem with you. You would be a quality, productive member of the forum. As it is, you are needlessly antagonistic and counter-productive even when you are entirely correct.
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    06-14-2017, 07:07 PM
    YES MA'AM! I'VE ONLY GOT 2 THINGS STOCKED IN MY STORE ATM. I WAS TOO BUSY TO DO STOCKING TOADY. LINK WILL COME AS SOON AS I HAVE A GOOD AMOUNT OF STUFF TO SELL IN STOCK. :) ~HUGS~
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    06-13-2017, 11:06 PM
    LIFESKILLS-GROCERY SHOPPING, GOING TO THE LIBRARY TO PICK UP A BOOK, PAYING BILLS. I HATE PAYING BILLS, EVEN THOUGH I'M QUITE GOOD AT IT.
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by Sentient Void on 06-17-2017 at 07:03 PM
I haven't been here on RPF in the forums or blogging, here, for quite a while, now. As it stands, I've moved my primary blogging space to its own site, at a place I call 'A Sisyphean Revolt', where I talk about politics, economics, philosophy, culture, and entertainment. My internet 'nym can be found under 'Steve Lolyouwish' at my blog and elsewhere on the 'net (Google Plus, Reddit, Twitter, etc).

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by Sentient Void on 10-15-2015 at 08:32 PM
Ah, yes. The ole AGW 'debate' (if one could honestly call it that). I apologize in advance for sullying your computer screen with another such screed, but the AGW hype-train just keeps on keepin' on, and there are some particularly glaring nosebleed-inducing dents in said hype-train for me to stay quiet on much longer.

First, let's look at the real meat of the numbers, here.

AGW, or Anthropogenic Global Warming, and CO2 alarmists constantly refer to the current CO2

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has my libertarian card been revoked. has it.

by Sentient Void on 01-24-2014 at 08:09 PM
First, what is 'the NAP' (for those unlikely few of you)?

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The non-aggression principle (NAP)... is a moral stance which asserts that aggression is inherently illegitimate. NAP and property rights are closely linked, since what aggression is depends on what a person's rights are. Aggression, for the purposes of NAP, is defined as the initiation or threatening of violence against a person or legitimately owned property of another. Specifically, any unsolicited actions of others that

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Abortion, rights and libertarianism. How to 'solve' this understandably divisive issue?

by Sentient Void on 08-01-2013 at 05:23 PM
The issue of abortion is one that is constantly brought up and debated about at length within libertarian circles. It is often if not almost always approached as a black and white issue which in my view understandably creates tension and conclusions which cause their own problems. It's time to understand and consider a different approach to this altogether.

There is a common Rothbardian argument with respect to abortion. To the mother (the right and proper owner of her private property,

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FACT: The United States actually voted for 'Nobody' in 2012

by Sentient Void on 11-20-2012 at 07:34 PM
FACT: The United States voted 'NOBODY, 2012'

In *2011* the *voting age population* of the USA was 237,657,645. It's obviously even more in 2012.

61,173,739 voted for Obama.
58,167,260 voted for Romney.

That is 119,340,999 out of a total voting age population of 237,657,645.

That means that *more than half* of the population voted for *NOBODY*. Approximately 24.4% of the voting age population voted for Romney. Approximately 25.7%

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