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  1. Should Christians Debate?

    I was recently asked What is your individual policy on engaging in internet debate?

    My response follows....

    One must be a good steward of the time God grants them (Ephesians 5:15; Ecclesiastes 11:9; Mark 12:30). The time granted should be spent bringing glory to God in word, deed, or thought. Let that be your litmus test (Romans 11:36; 1 Corinthians 10:31; 2 Corinthians 10:5; Philippians 4:8) for entering into debate where some of the clashing that takes place will inflame
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  2. It's been like fer-ever!

    by , August 23rd, 2016 at 11:50 AM (I'd Rather Seek Truth Than breeeeeeathe......)
    'Tis good to be back here.....a place where i can breeeeeeathe.....

    i think i'll just sit here a while n' breeeeeeathe...
  3. Laniakea...........

    by , August 19th, 2016 at 03:03 PM (Freelight-express)
    Quote Originally Posted by freelight View Post
    Adding to the video above......

    For those following, 'laniakea' is Hawaiian for 'immeasurable heaven',....beautiful isn't it ? Astronomers have given this name to the supercluster in which our own galaxy resides, as we develop better techniques and methods of mapping the universe.

    Laniakea: Our Home Supercluster

    Our Place in the Universe: Welcome to Laniakea

    I've followed just
  4. The "Words of Men" Canard

    Not a day passes that some enthusiastic anti-Calvinist lays the charge that we Reformed are followers of the words of men, especially John Calvin.

    It is quite simple for me. As do all Reformed, I hold Scripture to be the
    norming norm in all that I do, think, or say. Scripture is my sole rule of faith. I engage Scripture daily and am changed by it. I also am deeply appreciative of the old paths walked by those that have come before us whose words and arguments have survived the test ...
  5. Doing God's Will

    Some basic principles related to understanding the will of God:

    1. Where God commands, we must obey.

    2. Where there is no command, God gives us freedom (and responsibility) to choose.
    3. Where there is no command, God gives us wisdom to choose.
    4. When we have chosen what is moral and wise, we must trust the sovereign God to work all the details together for good.

    Virtually all Bible teachers agree (including those who promote the traditional view):

    Updated April 22nd, 2017 at 11:55 AM by Ask Mr. Religion

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