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  • #16
    Originally posted by Nang View Post
    Can you articulate what you are being lauded for, in this instance?
    I don't have to. My post that Delmar noted was written in clear enough English. I offered to sustain the points within. So do you do this with every POTD or is it just about me?

    My impression, it is a matter of: "we" do not like or agree with Truster, so we give TH a POTD.
    Then you should question your bias on the point. That's not reasonable.
    Truster is calling a thing idolatry without justification. His problem is in both overreaching and a rush to condemn over his own error.

    Do you thrive on such shaky laurels?
    Because thanking someone who compliments a thought you had can only reduce to that, eh?



    Originally posted by glorydaz View Post
    Good pick, Delmar.

    And good job, Town. (Just ignore Nang).
    She doesn't worry me. I suspect she's nursing an old wound she gave herself in my name...but who really knows. God bless her even so.
    You aren't what you eat, but you're always what you swallow.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Town Heretic View Post
      I don't have to. My post that Delmar noted was written in clear enough English. I offered to sustain the points within. So do you do this with every POTD or is it just about me?


      Then you should question your bias on the point. That's not reasonable.
      Truster is calling a thing idolatry without justification. His problem is in both overreaching and a rush to condemn over his own error.


      Because thanking someone who pays a thought you had can only reduce to that, eh?




      She doesn't bother me. I think she's just nursing an old wound she gave herself in my name...who knows.
      I hope no one ever gives me a POTD if this is the kind of jealousy that flares up. Nang is nursing something, but I think it's a big ego.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Town Heretic View Post
        I don't have to.
        So you are happy with the Mod accolades . . . period?



        My post that Delmar noted was written in clear enough English. I offered to sustain the points within. So do you do this with every POTD or is it just about me?
        I think Delmar applauded you, based upon some (personal or spiritual) bias against another member-poster on TOL, without reasonable foundation . . . and you just like it, without finding it in your soul, to explain it.


        Truster is calling a thing idolatry without justification. His problem is in both overreaching and a rush to condemn over his own error.
        Where is your opposing argument, presenting why or defining what you believe is Truster's error?

        All I see, is you taking victory applause, without proper rebuttal.
        "The immutable God never learned anything and never changed his mind. He knew everything from eternity."

        " The difference between faith and saving faith are the propositions believed."
        Gordon H. Clark

        "If a man be lost, God must not have the blame for it; but if a man be saved, God must have the glory of it."
        Charles Spurgeon

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Nang View Post
          So you are happy.
          And you are jealous.


          I think.
          Really?

          Delmar applauded you.
          And, truth be told, that's what makes you angry.





          All I see, is you taking victory applause.
          And you want it.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Nang View Post
            You tell me why Hitler and Eva did not ever repent, and exhibit faith in God.
            .
            Repent, as in "stop sinning? "exhibit faith in God," as in showing "good works" to "prove" it? Go ahead, and lay it out for us. Show us that "subtil"(Gen. 3 KJV) form of "works based" "salvation," that all you Clavinists must embrace, to "prove" that you are one of "the elect," despite your denial/spin, to the contrary.



            How do you know, that they did not "repent," "exhibit faith in God?" You read their love letters/testimony? Were you in the bunker, with them, and know what they had in their heart, near the end?

            Satanic Clavinist="I know I'm saved, cuz my lifestyle tells me so." I'm on to your perversion of the gospel of Christ.
            Saint John W

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Nang View Post
              Hitler loved both Eva and his dog more than he loved God.

              None of them ended up so good . . .

              TH does not provide an absolute answer or truth:



              Idolatry provides no good examples, does it?
              I'm sure he didn't mean that.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Nang View Post
                So you are happy with the Mod accolades . . . period?





                I think Delmar applauded you, based upon some (personal or spiritual) bias against another member-poster on TOL, without reasonable foundation . . . and you just like it, without finding it in your soul, to explain it.




                Where is your opposing argument, presenting why or defining what you believe is Truster's error?

                All I see, is you taking victory applause, without proper rebuttal.
                For crying out loud! This was one man's opinion! He gave a compliment. No rebuttal is necessary.
                You are engaging in specious nitpicking! Quite unseemly in a woman of your caliber....

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Nang View Post
                  Can you articulate what you are being lauded for, in this instance?

                  My impression, it is a matter of: "we" do not like or agree with Truster, so we give TH a POTD.

                  Do you thrive on such shaky laurels?
                  I do like Truster. I am trying to get him to take me fishing. I am sure I would enjoy hanging out with him. I don't, however, happen to agree with him that my love of dogs is a bad thing. I have found dogs to be very relational. Cows, not so much. I have, by the way, raised far more cattle than dogs.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Nang View Post
                    So you are happy with the Mod accolades . . . period?





                    I think Delmar applauded you, based upon some (personal or spiritual) bias against another member-poster on TOL, without reasonable foundation . . . and you just like it, without finding it in your soul, to explain it.




                    Where is your opposing argument, presenting why or defining what you believe is Truster's error?

                    All I see, is you taking victory applause, without proper rebuttal.
                    Have you gone back to the original thread and read the entire discussion or are you just arguing over one post from that thread? Delmar has been participating in that thread, knows the whole discussion and found TH's response to be a truth smack, as it were. Go read the thread and then get back to us.
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                    But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law.

                    What are my fruits today?

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                    "Moral standards" are a lot like lighthouses: they exist to help us stay on course as we sail through life. But we have to steer BY them, but not directly AT them. Lest we end up marooned on the shoals of perpetual self-righteousness.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Nang View Post
                      So you are happy with the Mod accolades . . . period?
                      Moderator status doesn't enter into it. I like Delmar. He gave something I wrote a nod. I said thanks, which where I was brought up is what you do. Maybe in the dark of some woods they throw fruit.

                      I think Delmar applauded you, based upon some (personal or spiritual) bias against another member-poster on TOL, without reasonable foundation . . . and you just like it, without finding it in your soul, to explain it.
                      Explain what? I offered to sustain my rebuttal and you stepped around it to do this. So...

                      To give you a consideration your conduct doesn't include, here's the beginning of a fuller attempt at conversation on the point. Follow along and see what your pal does and, more importantly, doesn't do with it:
                      Originally posted by Truster
                      I should add that this is a gross national sin. Are you contributing?
                      I've had numerous pets over my years. We've always kept cats and dogs. In the country it's a fine way to keep rats and snakes mostly at the edges of your acreage, but they're also fine company and I've treated them the way a good steward should.

                      Originally posted by Truster
                      To anyone that professes salvation and the worship in spirit and in truth of the Eternal Almighty. If your affection for your pet is a sin would you want to know about it and treat it like any other sin or would you prefer to ignore the sin?
                      Money, pets, our own self esteem, any of those can become sins out of their proper context. But within the proper context they're enormously beneficial.

                      A number of studies have set out the benefits of pet ownership. Among them, children growing up with pets have a reduced chance of developing asthma and allergies, pet owners are significantly less likely to suffer from depression and pets generally improve the quality of life of the owner.

                      That's a real blessing God gives us.
                      Here was the thoughtful response it got.
                      Originally posted by Truster
                      I just love the way you come out in defence of idolatry. Given sufficient time you would justify anything and everything. Your avatar speaks in greater volumes than your words would ever convince.
                      Nothing in my initial response remotely comes to the defense of idolatry. It is, instead, an attempt to distinguish between unhealthy and even sinful obsession and what is for most a healthy and beneficial experience. In short order he puts me on ignore for answering him in this spirit.

                      Where is your opposing argument, presenting why or defining what you believe is Truster's error?
                      That should hold your horses for a bit.

                      All I see, is you taking victory applause, without proper rebuttal.
                      You see what you need to see to do what you want to do.
                      You aren't what you eat, but you're always what you swallow.

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by Delmar View Post
                        I have found dogs to be very relational.
                        Anyone who doesn't love dogs is a hard hearted snake incapable of having a relationship.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by glorydaz View Post
                          Anyone who doesn't love dogs is a hard hearted snake incapable of having a relationship.
                          Except these type of dogs, Daz, which includes Calvinists/Clavinists, like Naggie:


                          Philippians 3:2 KJV
                          Beware of dogs, beware of evil workers, beware of the concision.
                          Saint John W

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by john w View Post
                            Except these type of dogs, Daz, which includes Calvinists/Clavinists, like Naggie:


                            Philippians 3:2 KJV
                            Beware of dogs, beware of evil workers, beware of the concision.
                            Yeah, I should have said they had to be four legged dogs (even three legged). And they have to bark NOT hissssssssssss.

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by Delmar View Post
                              For lunch?
                              Hitler was a vegetarian.

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