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    Today, 04:37 PM
    That's pretty much been my position from the start. I hope I'm wrong, but that seems to be the way it works these days. Presidents are more like actors or spokespersons for the PTSB. If they run as a Republican, they pretend to be conservative… But for the most part it's just an act. When I saw how they shut out Ron Paul, I gave up hope on anyone genuine and good actually making it to the presidency.
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    Today, 04:11 PM
    Many of us agree with you that the serpent seed theory is false. I certainly do. But that is different than the idea that the "sons of God" written about in Genesis 6:4 were fallen angelic beings who mated with human women, creating the Nephilim. There are many very compelling reasons to believe that is true, and it was the predominant view for the first 4 or 5 centuries, until the Sethite view came about. To answer your question, the Bible is clear that angels have, at times, taken physical form. Once again, just because we can't completely wrap our minds around an idea doesn't make that idea false. It's the same with the free will so-called paradox – just because you can't understand it doesn't mean it is false, it just means that your finite mind cannot comprehend it, at this time.
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    Today, 03:46 PM
    Exactly. And this may be a controversial thing to say, but I believe that sort of hard-core Calvinism is more than a mere misinterpretation of Scripture. It's satanic. Who else but the enemy of God (the devil himself) would want to portray the God in such a horrendous way? A diabolical monster Puppeteer, who causes billions of people to do horrible things, then sends them to a fiery hell for doing precisely what he made them do. A twisted, anti-freedom, tyrannical God who is so insecure that he must micromanage everything and disallow free will. Does that sound like God or another spiritual entity we all know about? I think many of us here know the answer to that question. Amen. The ironic thing is that SF has accused a few people here of being misled by a cult, but his belief system has almost all the characteristics of a cult. It certainly warps minds, because hard-core Calvinists throw logic, common sense and their conscience out the window to instead believe horribly twisted ideas, based on cherry-picked scripture.
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    Yesterday, 10:42 PM
    I'm not distressed, it's not about me. It’s that unbelievers or people who are on the fence are continually being misled by this religion section. There's a lot more to be said about that, but the last thing I feel like doing right now is getting into an argument with you. Thank you for sharing your testimony. And thank you for speaking out on these threads. You're absolutely right that God is not a capricious, monster control freak puppetmaster, as Calvinists portray him. The funny thing is, they sound exactly like Christian hating hard-core atheists. Exactly.
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    Yesterday, 05:27 PM
    Dems are having a field day with this on social media... 954582373303308294
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    Yesterday, 05:13 PM
    I'm thinking NC was right and that we should throw out the whole religion section. It likely does more harm than it does good. And things never change around here.
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    01-19-2018, 06:01 PM
    I hate to say this, but the whole thing seems a bit contrived to me. I wouldn't be surprised if we end up hearing that the parents are Christians or anything else that the PTSB want to demonize.
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    01-19-2018, 05:28 PM
    ^ This is exactly what I was going to say. There are a number of things that we (humans) simply can't wrap our finite little minds around. Unfortunately, you have people who are too prideful to realize or admit that, so they come up with ridiculous/wrong ideas in order to try to explain something that none of us were meant to fully comprehend in the first place. Calvinism is a perfect example of that. I'm not going to get into this again though, I'm surprised that anyone is still taking the bait, after the first 50 trillion times. :)
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    01-18-2018, 08:18 PM
    I don't think I've seen those shows. :) But I have seen the indoctrination that cops can be above the law and not always by the book, because the ends justify the means.
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    01-18-2018, 07:52 PM
    Yeah, I was just going to say that I bet TV has a lot to do with it. I never watch TV (don't even own one) but I've been visiting my mom in Northern California and the TV is always on here. There are so many cop shows these days, one after the other. And of course the cops are portrayed as good guys, who have an exciting, manly job. If this survey is true it's no wonder that "police" has gone up on the list of "dream jobs" for boys.
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    01-18-2018, 05:42 PM
    I have no idea what you're talking about. But if you think it is outside the realm of possibility that someone might want him "out" then we'll have to disagree. That's all I was saying.
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    01-18-2018, 05:20 PM
    Hmmm. Maybe that's why they keep showing us pictures of him eating greasy fast food. To prepare us for something? I know that sounds crazy but hey… We're living in a crazy world and nothing surprises me anymore.
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    01-18-2018, 04:55 PM
    Amen.
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    01-18-2018, 04:46 PM
    You're not claiming it is entirely genetic, are you? Because diet absolutely plays a part in cholesterol levels. I don't know about Trump, but someone who is predisposed to it should actually watch their diet even more than the average person. If they don't want to have a heart attack, that is. But to each his own. *Shrug*
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    01-18-2018, 04:33 PM
    Sounds like the American way. Pop a bunch of pills to try to solve the problem instead of getting to the root of the problem. Stupid is as stupid does. :o
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    01-18-2018, 02:50 PM
    I'm more inclined to think it was by design. But yes, it has continued to this day....as we can see. :-/ Exactly what I was going to say.
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    01-15-2018, 08:25 PM
    How sad. :( She was young. I loved her voice.
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    01-15-2018, 08:11 PM
    Yup. I wasn't talking about debate in general, but bickering and endless arguing, specifically in religion debates. Yes, civil debate can be helpful, but being overly argumentative or arrogant is a different story. I knew you were going to say something like that. That's not what I meant, and I think you know it. You just like to argue. :)
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    01-15-2018, 06:43 PM
    That's why I rarely get into religion debates anymore. Especially on this site. I believe there's definitely a place for discussing theology...but bickering and always arguing is another matter. That definitely does not lead people to Christ, iyam.
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    01-15-2018, 05:55 PM
    I just meant that I converted away from a non-protestant church, and she did the opposite. I didn't mean to imply that they were the same… Although there are many similarities.
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    01-15-2018, 05:48 PM
    Ugh. I'm sorry, but that's one of the ugliest sites I've ever seen. The comments section is cringe‐worthy and extremely sad. The article is wrong too... which I guess isn't surprising, if the writer has the same mindset as the guys who hang out on the comments section of that site.
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    01-15-2018, 05:15 PM
    I don't want to get into a religion debate, but I kind of had the opposite experience as Terry. My mom raised my sisters and I Catholic, but that caused me to be an unbeliever. All I saw was religion, people going through the motions on Sundays but then acting like everyone else the rest of the week. Even as a child I intuitively knew that there was something missing, or off. No one even told me about salvation or my need to be born again. I didn't see any transformed lives or anything that would inspire me to seek God. So I rejected it all, unfortunately throwing out the baby with the bathwater. I'm very thankful that God pursued me and (years later) opened my eyes, which was the biggest turning point of my life. And 4 years after I became a Christian my younger sister also became a born-again Christian. We both go to nondenominational churches, but more importantly it's about following Jesus... it's a daily thing, that involves full surrender, not just going to church on Sundays. PS: I miss Kevin. :)
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    01-15-2018, 04:12 PM
    Haha. My family lived there for a year when I was nine years old. One of the memories I have is seeing people squatting on the side of the road going to the bathroom right out in public. That was a long time ago… I haven't been back there although I did visit another part of Indonesia in 2005, for a missions trip. IIRC, that article was talking about a small part of downtown where the homeless hang out. As Danno said, San Diego County is a big area with lots of towns, and overall it's a great place. Perfect weather, clean, close to the beach, normal people, definitely not a $#@!hole.
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    01-15-2018, 01:17 PM
    Some city in New Jersey that I was passing through years ago… I think it was Newark? Overseas, Jakarta comes to mind. Cairo was also really bad, apart from the interesting things to see like the pyramids.
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    12-27-2017, 07:04 PM
    wow i remember Linda's youtube videos about homeschooling she seems like an amazing mother; it's so sad she is going through this jllundqu, wishing you and your family all the best Date: December 27, 2017
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