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Posted 09/01/13 - 6:39 AM:
Subject: SONG OF PRAISE
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dUczyddekTQ
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Posted 09/01/13 - 11:02 AM:

Brian how can you listen to this man and his 'worldly church'? He has women dancing and singing during the service, what else?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CX8WubNP1NY
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Posted 09/08/13 - 1:06 AM:

thedoc wrote:
Brian how can you listen to this man and his 'worldly church'? He has women dancing and singing during the service, what else?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CX8WubNP1NY

......quite simple doc he sang the words of TRUTH and i always listen to the words of TRUTH whether its this man or ST PAUL OR SALNT PETER ..whereas others would ignore the words of truth to ther own destruction .
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Posted 04/14/14 - 12:52 PM:

Hmmmm, let’s say every community or society has a different understanding about what is religious acceptable and what isn’t.


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Posted 04/14/14 - 1:37 PM:

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......quite simple doc


Yes, it's quite simple, Brian is a hypocrite, He preaches that women should be quiet in church, but when he is caught posting a video of women dancing and singing during a service, he changes the video.
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Posted 04/14/14 - 1:38 PM:

perhaps it's just his senility kicking in?
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Posted 04/14/14 - 4:30 PM:

Do you know him in person that you can be absolutely sure t he’s a hypocrite? I mean believing in something is such a personal thing and not seldom all so contradictory.
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Posted 04/15/14 - 8:52 AM:

Morgena wrote:
Do you know him in person that you can be absolutely sure t he’s a hypocrite? I mean believing in something is such a personal thing and not seldom all so contradictory.
.......................WELL SAID MORGEN clappeace
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Posted 04/15/14 - 9:15 AM:

Morgena wrote:
Do you know him in person that you can be absolutely sure t he’s a hypocrite? I mean believing in something is such a personal thing and not seldom all so contradictory.



We do have a bit of history from other forums, and most of the ill will stems from comments on those other forums. It's unfortunate that the animosity followed us here.
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Posted 04/15/14 - 10:35 PM:

Well, well, I haven’t been here for quite some time, because I found that some people didn’t argue academically, they were generalising things too often and neither did they ask them self’s why they are thinking the way they were thinking (personal experiences) and so on.

I guess that’s following us all our life, and that’s why I think, come on sit down and let’s talk about your life experiences, because it matters a lot when trying to understand where a person is coming from academically.
Some might say they still don’t understand this person, can’t even agree with it , but that’s not necessarily the point , but you’ll get a little bit of an inside about where he’s coming from. ;-)

You don’t even have to agree with the other person, you can still say, okay I have another version of the subject we are talking about. ;-)
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Posted 04/16/14 - 3:53 PM:

Morgena wrote:

You don’t even have to agree with the other person, you can still say, okay I have another version of the subject we are talking about. ;-)



Somehow it would be easier to accept if the disagreement was not accompanied with hostility and condemnation.
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Posted 04/16/14 - 4:29 PM:

yes doc. I agree with you thumb up
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Posted 04/20/14 - 2:53 AM:

QUOE MORGENA : You don’t even have to agree with the other person, you can still say, okay I have another version of the subject we are talking about. ;-)
It depends on your priorities ....if a muslim tells a christian that GOD has no son then a christian has to disagree with him , if a christian does not believe what is written in the BIBLE ( barring mistakes and mistranslations ) then he has no right to call himself a cristian , as for not having to argue with people that souns fine but its easier to say than do , if you are able to do that then good on youy zen
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Posted 04/23/14 - 12:00 PM:

My Grandmother, for one, is a Christian who would disagree with you.

She is a lady who is Christian, was raised as such, and grew up in Nazi-occupied Holland. My Grandfather (her husband) was a muslim. He didn't believe in Jesus Christ as the son of God. My grandmother however did. However, even knowing what they themselves and the other believed, they didn't feel threatened by it to the point of needing to justify themselves. You can disagree with someone without stating so. You can verbal present opinions that differ or even outright oppose another person's without the discussion needing to turn ugly.

I've told my Grandmother that I do not see it as likely that Jesus Christ was a son of any God. She simply said that she feels differently.

Furthermore, everyone is a sinner on some level. So Christians are at least partially hypocritical whether they believe in the bible or not. (Being hypocritical is not outright bad, but it is problematic when philosophizing.) Also, the whole using the Bible to defend the Bible thing is not philosophy and there's actually a term for the kind of fallacy it is. I can try the term and get back to you. If you want to go to a site on Theology, then it would probably be more applicable. I'd also be interested in knowing the exact version of the Bible you refer to. (There are many versions, and in my opinion, even if a Christian God does exist, they are all mistranslated as God is a higher being and his word would likely be beyond human understanding anyway).
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Posted 05/10/14 - 12:08 PM:

KinNaoko90 wrote:
...everyone is a sinner on some level.


Could be that believing that is the Original Sin.
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Posted 05/10/14 - 3:00 PM:

SUNLIGHT wrote:

, if a christian does not believe what is written in the BIBLE then he has no right to call himself a cristian ,


Ahh, The "No True Scotsman" fallacy. Invalid argument.
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Posted 06/15/14 - 8:20 AM:

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Ahh, The "No True Scotsm. That from a so called christian who thinks he knows more than st pauul and st peter.
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Posted 06/15/14 - 8:31 AM:

The docs definitian of a true christian''''''someone who beleves some bibke stories are myths or faify tales''''''''''someone who arrends a church with a female pastor(forbidden by holy s ripture)''''''''''''someone who contradicts messengers sent by god to instruct us
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