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January 2nd, 2017, 1:20 am #21

Re: Then you will need to decide if 'it' is male or female
December 4 2016, 4:12 PM


"If you grant that the H.S. is a person, then you will need to decide if "it" is male or female."


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If you grant that Humility is a person, then you need to decide if "it" is male or female.



I STAND BY IT!!!
[color=#0000FF" size="4" face="times]Sarge,

Please, no. Let's not continue.

Scripture's statement about the gender of "the Holy Spirit" is really worth discussing. It is controversial, doctrinally speaking.

The response to Scripture's remark is NOT civil. Sorry. [/color]
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Sarge
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January 2nd, 2017, 1:37 am #22



Good Nite, thanks Rancor!

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Bill
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January 2nd, 2017, 3:09 am #23

[color=#0000FF" size="4" face="times]Sarge,

Your advice to "be civil" may not be necessary. I think we all have a very good idea as to who is civil and who isn't. Scripture's civility is exemplary. We can also emulate Dianna for being a disciple of Christ. Just my own personal observations, OK? [/color]
Well it stands to reason that Donnie considers Scripture's and Dianna's posts to be the epitome of civility, because they both basically agree with everything Donnie and Ken say. According to Donnie's and Ken's attitudes, to disagree with their peculiar theology is to be "uncivil."
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January 2nd, 2017, 3:27 am #24

[color=#0000FF" size="4" face="times]Scripture-based theology is peculiar. Indeed!

I think it's a better idea to mention something about civil posts than to mention otherwise.[/color]
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January 2nd, 2017, 3:49 am #25

Bill, I understand that to 'Trumpize' the statement "Jesus the Son is God the Father" is a bit raw.

If I had enough time, I would try to use psychology and invent a softer word. Here is what I mean by the CIVIL society before the present invasion of the BEAST people to gloat about "turning YOUR church into a Theater for holy entertainment." Hee, hee!

Plato Laws 936c There shall be no beggar in our State;
<font color="#FFFFFF">.....
and if anyone attempts to beg,
.....and to collect a livelihood
.....by ceaseless making [Poieo meter, hymns] prayers,
.....the market-stewards shall EXPELL him from the market,
.....and the Board of city-stewards from the city,
.....and from any other district
.....he shall be driven across the border by the country-stewards,
.....to the end that the land may be <b>wholly purged of such a creature.
.....If a slave, male or female, do any injury to another man's goods [return twice the value],</b>


Poiema anything you make or compose: 2. Poetry, hē tōn dithurambōn p., tēs tragōdias, tōn epōn = song or lay accompanied by music, singing, minstrelsy and composing of dithyrambs have been invented for the sake of pleasure? minstrelsy, kitharodos (harpist). Melos the only musical melody word.

All religious musicians were called PARASITES.

-Plato. Republic [398a] “True,” he said. “If a man, then, it seems,
.....who was capable by his cunning [Ephesians 4]
.....of assuming every kind of shape
.....and imitating all things should arrive in our city,
.....bringing with himself the poems which he wished to exhibit,
.....we should fall down
.....and worship him as a holy and wondrous and delightful creature,

but should say to him
.....that there is no man of that kind among us in our city,
.....nor is it lawful for such a man to arise among us,
.....and we should send him away to another city,
.....after pouring myrrh down over his head
.....and crowning him with fillets of wool<b>
</b>


If there be ANY APT elders they would obey the command in Ephesians 4 and escort them to the nearest employment SHORT of tarring and feathering them.

Now, that was a CIVIL society before God tore down the fences and let the BEAST into His vineyard which has been ruined (Isaiah 5)

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January 2nd, 2017, 4:44 am #26

Do our nay-sayers detect some cohesion they don't like?

Aren't the progressive churches crashing?
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January 2nd, 2017, 10:15 am #27



Script says "Aren't the progressive churches crashing?"


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Script, are you bragging or complaining?
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January 2nd, 2017, 11:14 am #28

Do our nay-sayers detect some cohesion they don't like?

Aren't the progressive churches crashing?
Why do I call Ze "Script" instead of SCRIPTURE?

Directory.com

1. Often, Scriptures. Also called Holy Scripture, Holy Scriptures. the sacred writings of the Old or New Testaments or both together.


If Script only quoted "SCRIPTURE ONLY" I might change my position. Anyone can see that is not the case. Ze does not fit the bill.

Really, just who does Ze think Ze is?

JMHO.


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January 2nd, 2017, 2:25 pm #29

[color=#0000FF" size="4" face="times]Scripture-based theology is peculiar. Indeed!

I think it's a better idea to mention something about civil posts than to mention otherwise.[/color]
I wouldn't take bets that Donnie's theology is always pristine and Scripture-based; that's what makes it "peculiar." For example, Donnie denies that Jesus is God, denies that Jesus is eternal, when the Scriptures say otherwise in their own way. Of course, Donnie's arrogance and bias compel him to think that his theology is omniscient; suffice it to say that his theology is a bit "drafty" with some holes. We've been over this many times before.

I gather that Donnie's responses will reflect much gnashing of teeth.


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[color=#0000FF" size="3" face="times]Bill, I'm going to let you respond with your own post earlier:[/color]
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Back to the Same (by Bill)
January 1 2017, 8:32 PM

So it's once again back to the same old schoolyard argument:

Jesus is God.
No He ain't.
Yes He is.
No He ain't.
Is
Ain't
Is
Ain't
Yadda yadda yadda...
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January 2nd, 2017, 2:47 pm #30

Well it stands to reason that Donnie considers Scripture's and Dianna's posts to be the epitome of civility, because they both basically agree with everything Donnie and Ken say. According to Donnie's and Ken's attitudes, to disagree with their peculiar theology is to be "uncivil."
Civility and agreement aren't like a horse and carriage.

Those of high integrity know the difference--and while they may disagree with someone--they can recognize civility when they see it.

Agreement with someone does not imply that a person will publicly announce that they are civil if they know that they aren't.

Medical practitioners are often not qualified to judge character.

Be slow to accuse someone of intellectual dishonesty.
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