• GunnyFreedom's Avatar
    Today, 12:02 AM
    I once had that VERY BASS but in electric blue. It got stolen by a meth head. :(
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    Yesterday, 11:19 PM
    Honestly that looks more like a part than a tool to me. :p
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    Yesterday, 11:00 PM
    So RPF's has a different set of masters than Yale? We can't criticize Palestinians around here, so Ron Paul Forums must be owned and operated by Palestinians eh?? LMAO You not grasping that that image was posted ironically makes this whole thing even funnier. :D :D :D
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    Yesterday, 10:49 PM
    ZOMG It's the ol paranoid "JOOOOZ ARE HIDING UNDER MUH BED" freak himself! Woot! C'mon man, give me a seig hiel, for old times sake. :)
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    Yesterday, 10:48 PM
    Well then you should probably shut your pie hole and stop embarrassing yourself then eh?
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    Yesterday, 10:46 PM
    LMAO bush league. :D Try harder. I hear tentacle porn makes for a good fake insult nowadays.
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    Yesterday, 10:45 PM
    If the site owners are really okay with this place turning into a junior stormfront, then I'll keep calling it out. I don't rightly GAF what you do. Accuse me of leprosy for all I care. I'll just ignore you. Trumpaloompas aren't actually bright enough to make me upset over their idiotic opinions. :D
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    Yesterday, 10:41 PM
    You might need to talk to your boy AuH20 about his fetish for stormfronter propaganda if you want to be taken seriously while calling this idiotic. :)
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    Yesterday, 10:39 PM
    Awwww someone got his panties aaaaaaalll in a bunch over this post. :D :D :D
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    Yesterday, 09:05 PM
    Hush you, he's still trying to figure out how to pin it on da jooooz. :p :D
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    Yesterday, 09:02 PM
    This, on the other hand, will have to compensate for any stiff breezes or risk getting blown off course. :p
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    Yesterday, 08:41 PM
    Well that's gonna leave a crater. :-/
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    Yesterday, 03:32 PM
    That's my VFF! It's called a 'Visual Fault Finder' and it sends an extra bright laser down a fiber optic cable and makes any breaks in the fiber glow cherry red so you can see it from the outside. Very useful for standing on the 5th floor of building 2 connecting a cable you are trying to trace, while someone on the 2nd floor of building 4 looks for which fiber cable has visible flashing light out the other end.
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  • TER's Avatar
    12-01-2016, 11:26 PM
    Same thing with regards to St. Augustine. He is a Saint of the Church, but he taught things which contradicted the earlier fathers of the Church. Because of time and space and distance and language and cultural barriers, his new teachings were isolated from the greater witness of the catholic Church and not corrected (which, I believe, he would have submitted to happily in obedience, having understood the importance in holding on to the traditions and teachings of the fathers), but rather, his opinions found ground in the western Church and proliferated and became the main theological framework with regards to soteriology and pneumatology. This led, ultimately, into a divergence in understanding which we find starkly between the traditions and teachings of the Orthodox Church and the Roman Catholic Church. It begins with St. Augustine's teachings and blossomed with St. Ambrose and Thomas Aquinas, wherein a juridical emphasis was placed in the forefront and mixed with human rationalism, leading to human logic and reason circumscribing God's will and economia in the world. This has led to vastly different understandings of the the energy-essence distinction between these two great traditions. Also, it led to differences with regards to changes in doctrines and additions to the creed and the authority of the Pope. This led ultimately to the Great Schism, where we have on the one side, the 4 Patriarchates of Constantinople, Alexandria, Antioch, and Jerusalem, comprising the majority of the Christian world and the ancient of Christian cities, and on the other hand, the Patriarchate of Rome, insular and overreaching. The first ones holding on to the original Creed, sticking religiously to the canons and delivered faith, and holding onto the early witness and patristic consensus. And Rome, alone, adopting uncanonical additions to the Creed, inventing new doctrines and dogmas apart from the catholic Church, and infusing the Church and the State into one whereby the Bishop becomes the King, and considers himself infallible and the Vicar of Christ on earth. St. Augustine is a great Saint, but some of his teachings on original sin and certain teachings on predestination and the nature of God are theological opinions which he developed which have never been considered authoritative within the eastern Church (and what is now called the Orthodox Church), for it lacked consensus and apostolic witness. Instead, it became the foundation for much of the theology of the western Church where it was expounded and developed. This has led to certain irreconcilable differences in theology and faith between the Orthodox Church and the Roman Catholic Church (and the Protestant Churches which were born from it).
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    12-01-2016, 11:07 PM
    Btw, some of what I wrote are not 'official teachings' of the Orthodox Church. Again, there are things which are dogmatic and not debatable, while others, especially when it comes to the eschaton, which allow for personal opinion. In this topic, there can be respected different viewpoints. A heretic is someone who persists on teaching something after being corrected by the Church, not someone who holds onto an opinion with regards to certain mysteries to come. Thus, the teaching of universal salvation (or apokatastasis) has been condemned and those who teach it within the Church are considered heretics since the Church in Council under the guidance of the Holy Spirit has spoken. But that being said, St. Gregory of Nyssa (one of the greatest saints, from the 4th century) who came before that decision and espoused this belief, is not condemned or considered a heretic. For saints can err, and it is forgivable, for they too are human. And it is expected that had the Church spoken in his days or before, the Saint would have submitted to the voice and the mind of the universal Church and corrected himself (as it is believed the Saint does today, awaiting the Judgment). It is when a person persists in their condemned teaching and do not repent, whereby they are caste up to God (lifted to God, what the word 'anathema' means in the original Greek) for Him to judge according to His Wisdom and Just Judgements.
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    12-01-2016, 10:53 PM
    A really bright laser comes out of that metal tube. The extra bits are to connect different kinds of the same thing to the end of the tube.
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  • TER's Avatar
    12-01-2016, 10:40 PM
    It indeed can be deduced by the teachings in the Bible. I listed some of the proofs in my post, referencing verses and teachings from the NT. Some of the greatest saints of the Orthodox Church express this understanding, most notably St. Isaac the Syrian, but it comes earlier than him. As there has been no particular proclaimation in a Ecumencial Council, there can coexist varying opinions on the eschaton and the Judgment and recreation within the Church, within the boundaries of the Scriptures and the theology and Christology of the faith. What will come is still a great mystery, and the Church bows before the Almighty acknowledging the limits of man before God and His Wisdom. Nevertheless, what I wrote above is an ancient understanding of Heaven and Hell, biblically based, where Heaven and Hell are not so much mere different places, but also, different conditions before the the presence of God. Many wise and holy men, spanning many centuries, have handed down this teaching, and while it remains 'officially' in the Church as theological opinion worthy of consideration, it's biblical interpretation is well grounded and it's tradition is ancient. It is the teaching of monasteries and Bishops and held to be patristic and apostolic.
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    11-29-2016, 10:24 PM
    HU, I am going to address this hopefully tomorrow when I have more time. Good night!
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    11-29-2016, 10:23 PM
    Thanks! I edited it again because I realized I had repeated statements. Anyways, I am going to bed. Good night!
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    11-29-2016, 10:13 PM
    God is love. There is no malice in love. God is light. There is no darkness in light. God is good. There is no evil in good. When Christ returns in glory, God will fill the entire creation, and "be all in all" as St. Paul says. God's love will be pervasive and ubiquitous, and nothing will hide from His presence and light.
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    11-29-2016, 09:47 PM
    Yes, the written law in their hearts, what you call "natural revelation". Their aligning with good and right makes them righteous even though they had no idea about Jewish dictates and traditions (that is, the Torah). They fulfilled parts of the law not under the specific dictates and traditions of the Torah, but a new law, ("a law unto themselves"). They showed the work of the law written in their hearts by the good deeds they did, "who by patient continuance in doing good seek for glory, honor, and immortality". Let's look at the chapter more in context to get a better understanding... Romans 2 1 Therefore you are inexcusable, O man, whoever you are who judge, for in whatever you judge another you condemn yourself; for you who judge practice the same things.
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    11-29-2016, 09:01 PM
    A good soul retrieved my earlier edit and sent it to me, and I post it below. Thank you! ------------------------------ I would disagree. Christ tells them to "practice the latter", referring to "justice, mercy, and faithfulness", WITHOUT neglecting the former, referring to the tradition of giving "a tenth of spices of mint, dill, and cumin". These are traditions based on the law. Christ was reprimanding the Pharisees for not practicing mercy and justice. For being hypocrites. That is exactly what He was reprimanding them. It's not the tradition they proclaimed and personally did, but that they thought that by following these traditions that they could then ignore the greater parts of the law, which you nicely called it. The traditions given by the Holy Spirit to the Prophets and holy men and women of the Old Covenant were never questioned. Indeed, in the Gospel we read:
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    11-29-2016, 03:34 PM
    I'm still frankly lost as to exactly how "he's just lying about that stuff" is actually supposed to be any better?
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    11-29-2016, 02:02 PM
    So when Clinton says something it's awful but when Trump says the exact same thing it 49D chess and he's just lying? This is why we call y'all delusional.
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    11-29-2016, 01:59 PM
    You are defending the idea of flag burning as a federal crime. Nobody who has a basic grasp of liberty would do such an absurd thing. You can set there and justify your anti liberty lunacy until the cows come home and you will not be any less wrong for your many words and adamant insisting.
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    11-29-2016, 11:29 AM
    You really have absolutely no concept of liberty whatsoever do you?
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    11-28-2016, 09:48 PM
    /// end thread Well, for me at least (tonight)! My wife is yelling that I am spending too much time on the forum!! Time for me to say Good night!
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    11-28-2016, 09:44 PM
    It is both, Sola. You are ignoring the first part I mentioned (which is a habit of yours, to ignore scripture verses). All men are born in sin, because they are under the power of death, which is the fruit of sin. But God will judge mercifully the sinner and man born in a condemned condition, according to the love they have, which is God Himself abiding in them.
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