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          "Am I therefore become your enemy, because I tell you the truth?" (Galatians 4:16)

    Sun, Jun 20th - 4:34PM

    The Leaven Of The Pharisees & The Sadducees



       
      When Christ walked this earth the Pharisees were the fundamental, ultra-conservative legalists of that day, and the Sadducees were the religious liberals. Legalism(pharisaism; self-righteousness)exalts man or self above God by emphasizing what man or self believes or does and putting this above God and His Word. The Sadducees (liberals) were worldly-minded and guided by secular considerations, and rejected the authority of Scripture in favor of worldly human reasoning.

      Today the leaven of the Pharisees and of the Sadducees is a serious threat to sound Biblical Christianity. (Matthew 16:6,12)

      Have you been affected? Do your beliefs and convictions tend to be more legalistic or liberal than Biblical or spiritual?

      Consider your responses to various questions, such as:

      Are you unable to enjoy spiritual fellowship with a dedicated Christian brother if his interpretation of a difficult and obscure passage of Bible prophecy happens to differ from your interpretation, or if he happens to have a different belief about the time of Christ's return? What is more important, knowing when Christ will return or what we are doing while He is not physically present?

      What is your attitude or reaction regarding two unmarried Christians of like faith and the opposite sex dating or marrying when this involves a difference in race, age, social status, or cultural background? What factors determine the propriety or sinfulness of two unmarried Christians of like faith and the opposite sex dating or marrying? (consider I Timothy 4:1-3) I am not saying that you should ignore practical considerations, or suggesting that youths should disrespect their elders in this area. But consider that many of us (probably you have too)have seen couples marry when the relationship did not appear to us to be “made in heaven,” and yet years later they were still married and enjoying a good relationship and somehow it worked for them while other marriages that appeared to be “made in heaven“ ended in divorce. Consider also that problems and differences can be expected in any choice of a mate, even if both parties are of the same race, age, social status, and cultural background. The Bible puts a priority on religious compatibility, and many may be surprised to learn that many factors often considered essential receive little or no mention in Scripture.

      What is your attitude toward believers who are divorced, especially those who are remarried?

      Are all secular amusements sinful? What factors determine the sinfulness or propriety of secular amusements? (I Corinthians 7:31; consider Ecclesiastes 7:16)

      Is it a sin to celebrate religious holidays? (Romans 14:5,6)

      Is it a sin to dine at a restaurant that just happens to serve alcoholic beverages?

      Is it a sin to go fishing on Sunday if this does not interfere with church attendance and other duties?

      What is your viewpoint on abortion? (Job 31:15; Psalm 127:3; 139:13-16; Jeremiah 1:5; Luke 1:15,41; etc.)

      What is your attitude toward the moral standards of the Bible? (Isaiah 5:20,21)

      More questions could be offered but you should see the point.

      Try applying questions like these to specific beliefs and issues:

      -What does the Bible say about this? (Psalm 33:4,10; 119:105,130; Proverbs 2:6; 3:5-7; II Timothy 3:16)

      -What is the origin of this belief or teaching? (Psalm 146:3-6; Romans 12:2; Colossians 2:8)

      -What Bible truths or principles are involved? (II Timothy 2:14,15)

      -Was this true in the distant past and will this be true in the distant future? (Psalm 33:11; 119:89; Proverbs 19:21; Ecclesiastes 1:9,10; James 1:17)

      -Do you find it necessary to use the arguments of the world to defend or justify your beliefs or choices? (Romans 12:2; I Corinthians 1:20; 2:5; Colossians 1:9; 2:8)


        




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    Fri, Jun 18th - 8:10PM

    Mandatory High School



      Movements and legislation to coerce teenagers into completing High School are not ultimately based on concern for the interests and welfare of youths. If this were the case, then intelligent/knowledgeable students would be encouraged to get a GED and seek employment or go on to college or vocational school. The real issue is government control and the expansion thereof.

    http://www.davekopel.com/Misc/OpEds/Schools-or-Prisons.htm

    http://jewishworldreview.com/cols/sowell060399.asp

    http://jewishworldreview.com/cols/sowell050198.html



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    Sun, Jun 6th - 10:30PM

    Race Relations



    Racism is not limited to any particular race or group. All races have been guilty of  racism and all races have been victims of racism. This has long been a nationwide (and worldwide) problem, but in this writing I tend to focus on racial problems in the South because the South has received more notoriety on this.

    Most of the racial problems in the South during the twentieth century, along with the resentment toward the North that is still sometimes evident, trace back to Reconstruction (1865-1877) when Federal extremes proked extreme reactions and attitudes that lasted for generations (problems that could have been avoided if Abraham Lincoln had lived longer, as it was not Lincoln's plan to continually punish the South, and Lincoln opposed the radical Republicans).

    For example, the Fourteenth Amendment should not have meant the loss of the vote or political opportunities for Confederate veterans since they had an official pardon, but Reconstruction laws and measures virtually eliminated the White vote and made illiterates the overwhelming majority vote in the South. This enabled Carpetbaggers and Scalawags to take advantage of a bad situation, use and exploit freed slaves, and win elections with empty, outrageous, and unrealistic campaign promises, such as the promise of forty acres and a mule for every freed slave.

    It is ironic that today many ethnic minorities think it is wrong to vote against the party that opposed the Civil Rights Movement (so-called) and desegregation in the South because it claims to represent them. (I am trying to avoid naming parties, but which political party was in control in the South, in many cases maintaining a monoploy, in the 1940s, '50s, and '60s?)

    Modern Liberals often perpetuate the belief that Black people are inferior (and therefore unable to succeed on their own merits) with special rights and reverse discrimination. Many efforts to promote racial harmony and racial equality have the opposite effect. Hearts cannot be changed for the better through legislation and court orders. Egalatarian socialism, reverse discrimination, and Ex Post Facto laws do not alleviate racial tensions or promote racial harmony, but instead foster resentment and a we-versus-they complex. If you have a group of children and you give one child a stick and the right to hit the children who don't do what he wants, in time the other children will submit and conform to the child with the stick while resentment and animosity increases; race cards have the same effect.

    It is sometimes argued that racial equality would not be possible without the US Supreme Court. (Instead of looking to the US Supreme Court as savior or as an infallible authority we should be holding federal Judges accountable; e.g., impeachment). While I am not denying the need for the Supreme Court, the Supreme Court is not infallible and many racial problems were the result of Supreme Court decisions. Consider a few examples:

    By 1857 slavery in America was a dying institution. But in the Dred Scott Decision of March 6, 1857, the US Supreme Court ruled that Negroes are inferior and that laws prohibiting the spread of slavery into U.S. territories were unconstitutional, thus fueling pro-slavery forces.

    In the 1890s racial segregation was on the way out, but the Plessy VS. Ferguson Decision of 1896 enunciated the doctrine of "separate but equal." It is entirely possible and probable that racial segregation would have faded away, and racial harmony would have been achieved, without federal intrusion, but making racial segregation the official federal policy for over fifty years ensured that federally mandated desegregation would provoke resentment and opposition; in the Twentieth Century many racists were not so concerned about State's Rights as they were with maintaining or restoring the federal "separate but equal" policy.

    How can Christians promote racial harmony? One important thing we can and must do in this regard is to uphold and promote the Holy Bible as the infallible Word of God and the final authority. There is no Scriptural basis for racism as many suppose.

    All humans are natural-born sinners and every race has a record of evils, so no race can be considered better than others. (Romans 3:23)

    Racial distinctions are varieties of the same characteristics found in all humans; for example, all humans actually have the same skin color, and different races are often characterized by different shades of that same color. Race and race classifications refer to interbreeding communities of individuals, that is, populations separated from other populations by geography or by customs, taboos, or social conventions. Races are not subspecies of the human species, and race is not a Scriptural concept.

    Acts 17:26-27 does not teach any supposed New Testament standard of racial segregation. This refers to the events of Genesis 11 when God separated mankind into separate nations in order prevent further centralization and thus prevent government and society from inevitably becoming even more corrupt and ungodly.

    The prophecy about the history of the descendants of the sons of Noah in Genesis 9 did not establish racial segregation or forbid Shemites or Japhites from marrying Hamites. The purpose of this account is to explain the subjugation of the people designated by the name of their forefather Canaan to the descendants of Shem and Japheth. This was fulfilled when the Israelites took Canaan, the Greeks took Sidon, and the Romans conquered Carthage, and since then the Japhetic races have dominated the world and largely converted to the God of Shem. (Genesis 9:20-27 ) None of this indicates that God loves the descendants of Shem or Japheth more than He loves the descendants of Ham, and this does not require racial segregation, nor is any racial superiority or inferiority indicated. (consider Psalm 68:31 & Amos 9:7) Ham was blessed by God along with his brothers. (Genesis 9:1) http://www.rbc.org/questionsDetail.aspx?id=46128

    Old Testament prohibitions against mixed marriages refer to cultures of idolatry and not race, and forbade intermarriage with idolaters and did not forbid intermarriage with other races. In the Old Testament the children of Israel were permitted to marry converted Gentiles, including converted Hamites, and numerous marriages to Hamites or people of Hamite extraction were blessed by God and recognized as valid marriages. (e.g., Rahab, Ruth, Uriah, etc.) Note also that cultural (and other) differences should be expected in any choice of a mate, even if husband and wife are of the same race, age, social status, and cultural background, and prohibiting interracial marriage does not alleviate racial tensions; the measures needed to prevent people of different races from meeting, being attracted to each other, and choosing to marry promote mistrust , disrespect, and enmity between the races, which are the very problems we should seek to prevent.  http://creation.com/interracial-marriage-is-it-biblical

    The toleration of the institution of slavery in the Bible does not mean that it was God's will and purpose to preserve that institution, or that Hamites are inferior beings. God did not institute slavery, He merely regulated an already existing institution.

    For example, while polygamy was tolerated in the Old Testament, the Mosaic Law made polygamy terribly impractical and taught principles that, when applied, led to the abolition of polygamy. (Exodus 21:10; Leviticus 15:16,18; etc.; in the Bible domectic happiness is always associated with monogamy. -Psalm 128:1-6; Proverbs 5:18-20; Ecclesiastes 9:9; etc.) Likewise, both the Old & New Testament teach principles which, when applied, led to the abolition of slavery, such as the New Testament teaching to treat a slave as a brother. (consider Philemon 15-16)

    Slavery served to illustrate bondage to sin and the need for redemption. (consider Hebrews 10:1)

    The separation taught in both Testaments is godly relationships, conduct, and distinctions within society, not racial segregation.

    If we wish to persuade people of racial equality we must uphold the Holy Bible as the infallible Word of God and the final authority, especially the Genesis account of creation. Racism is ultimately based on the theory of evolution in some way or another. If the theory of evolution (whether atheistic evolution or theistic evolution) is correct then it naturally follows that certain races are more highly evolved and are therefore superior or inferior; if the Genesis account of creation is true then it naturally follows that racial superiority and racial inferiority are myths. If the theory of evolution is true it naturally follows that man is naturally good and sin is the result of environment, which also means that some races are more highly evolved and thus are better; the Bible teaches that all men are natural-born sinners. (This does not mean that all evolutionists are racists or do not believe in equality; they simply do not have a firm basis for equality and their belief system supports racial inequality.)




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    Sun, Jun 6th - 10:29PM

    Right-wing or Left-wing?



      Since limited constitutional government is a conservative principle it has been common to assume that everyone who opposed racial equality and racial integration during the '50s and '60s (and even now) believed in State's Rights and were therefore conservative. But is that always a correct assumption?

      It should be noted that disagreement with some of the methods used to achieve civil rights does not necessarily mean racism or disagreement with racial equality.

      Also, many racists were not so concerned about State's Rights as they were with maintaining or restoring the "Separate But Equal" policy established by the US Supreme Court in the "Pleggy vs. Ferguson" decision of 1896, which made racial segregation official federal policy. It is entirely possible and probable that racial segregation would have faded away, and racial harmony could have been achieved, without federal intrusion and interference, but making racial segregation the official federal policy for over fifty years ensured that federally mandated desegregation would provoke resentment and opposition.



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    ~Gods of the New Age - full length
    ~Immigration, World Poverty and Gumballs - Updated 2010
    ~Is Theology your idol? - Tim Conway
    ~Mind Control Cults
    ~Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984)
    ~Propaganda-Behind Big Media-WE are BEING LIED to in a BIG WAY by the TV! TURN IT OFF!
    ~Ron Paul exposes United Nations plan to destroy US (1990's?)
    ~SHOCKING DOCUMENTARY 1- False spirits invade the church - KUNDALINI WARNING - Andrew Strom -
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    ~Tares and Wheat - by Bailey Smith (Audio sermon)
    ~Testimonies about 1975 from people who were Jehovah's Witnesses during the time
    ~The Battle With Sin: Who is the Greatest? - Tim Conway
    ~The Beast As Saint: The Truth About Martin Luther King Jr. (With CC: Duration 21 mins.)
    ~The Consequences of Feminism
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    ~The Myth Of The Chosen People
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    ~TomT.Hall - Me n' Jesus
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    ~Watchtower Circular Reasoning
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    ~Witnesses Of Jehovah (1986 Movie)
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