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Here's an even more amazing performance, showing the elasticity of these apes' throats: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k3cD1Nd302k
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The “Religion of Peace” displays its priestly vestments:
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+Phillip Johnson​ I would counter that we are mistaken if we characterize non-violent Muslims as "nominal" Muslims while the extremists are the "devoted" Muslims, as your example would suggest. I would also propose that well-informed Americans Christians spent several hundred years oppressing and murdering African-Americans, so one's access to Scripture -- or lack thereof -- doesn't necessarily excuse acts of hate.
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Nice graphics.  Thanks for doing that.
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"fops and milksops"  "rules for figure-skaters" ha! Makes me feel better about St. Nicholas breaking some guys nose :)
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My medals aren't particularly impressive, but here's a link: http://www.spurgeon.org/images/pyromaniac/TeamPyro/medals.jpg
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This is the cartoon that upset the terrorists:

Translation: “100 lashes if you do not die laughing.”
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Seems that Jeremiah has inherited your knack of getting on 'dodgy' aircraft.
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NOTE: Before writing me to question the ethics of ALS research, read the info at this link:

The FAQs: The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge: http://erlc.com/article/the-faqs-the-als-ice-bucket-challenge
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thank you for that.  I'll spread the word.  Because those who have concerns are very often in our theological camp/s and the only alternative given was one named John Paul II (Catholic) option.  
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Some questions for those who are suddenly exercised over a 32-year-old sound bite from John MacArthur on the "Mark of the Beast":

Why doesn’t Jacob Prasch interpret Galatians 5:19-21; 1 Corinthians 6:9-10; Revelation 21:8 and similar passages with the same absolute inviolability he wants to impose on Revelation 14:9-11?

Furthermore, doesn’t Ezekiel 18:21-22 give a promise that automatically qualifies every threat of destruction in Scripture?

And when Jesus Himself says that only one very specific sin is unpardonable, why INSIST on shoehorning the Mark of the Beast into that category too?
 
And once more: Why in the world is a totally hypothetical scenario like this such a humongous issue with Jacob Prasch and friends that they would be willing to consign John MacArthur to the eternal flames over it? Does Prasch not believe the sin of adultery is forgivable? If so, and if he acknowledges that fact, does he think he is thereby guilty of encouraging people to commit adultery? And if he doesn’t think he’s guilty of that, why does he apply a different standard to MacArthur?
 
This whole dispute is an artificial scandal, and the vehemence with which Mr. Prasch and his disciples have sought to enflame ill feelings over it does them no credit.
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+Psalm 119:105 You said, "To hypothesize beyond the warning given, is foolish."

That is exactly right!  Dr. MacArthur was responding to a hypothetical question that dealt with the single act of taking the mark and excluded "worship". And the second part of the hypothetical substitutes the "lost" with the elect or the saved. To be clear, the verse in question is dealing with the lost, not the saved or the elect who were substituted as the "subjects" for purposes of the hypothetical.

I have yet to see you or any of your friends take these known facts into consideration. And I have not seen any of you friends conclusions address the hypothetical presented in terms of their beliefs being in direct conflict with Matthew 12:31 "Wherefore I say unto you, All manner of sin and blasphemy shall be forgiven unto men: but the blasphemy against the Holy Ghost shall not be forgiven unto men."

Simply put, the verse deals with the lost and as you would expect they worship the beast, the idol "AND" take the mark.

The hypothetical excludes the worship of the beast and the idol. It hypothesizes that a believer or one of the elect (for some unspoken reason) takes the mark.

The hypothetical question posed now asks if a believer takes ONLY the mark, can they be forgiven? Under these set of conditions Matthew 12:31 says YES.

Your fractured fairy tale of Dr. MacArthur teaching heresy is beyond a quantum leap in logic and reeks of an attempt to not only defame a great man but to call Christ a liar. That is quite a price to pay in order to satisfy your ill intent!

 
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The ambiance here is unimpressive--typical of Castaic. The parking area is basically paved with dust and the style is Western Dilapidated Storefront. The shop is situated across from a liquor store and adjacent to a really ugly truck wash on the back side of a run-down strip mall. So this is not somewhere you'd go on a first date if you are trying to impress a potential love interest. Service is always prompt and friendly. Coffee is always fresh. But the real draw here are the donuts. These are far and away the best in Santa Clarita: crispy in just the right places, fresh, tasty, really first class in every respect. I recommend the glazed buttermilk bars. But whatever you get will be good, fresh, and generously sized. Well worth the drive, even if you live on the other side of the valley. This is my all-time favorite donut place.
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