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Description: Primera fanbase en español del grupo de rock japonés YELLOW FRIED CHICKENz. Liderado por GACKT.
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2014-03-05 20:14:44
very hard things which othres do not like to hear, so the easiest way to deal with them is to call them judgemental'. It's similar to the race card' talked about in the media (i.e. when someone cries racist' when they don't get their way).Now I appreciate all the positive things you've said about Jesus- indeed He's far better than ALL of us (perfect Son of God!). Jesus was truly loving and intelligent and commanded respect, but- if I may disagree slightly- very forceful at times, and often provoked loathing, hatred and rejection because of the confrontational things He said. I'm sure you'll agree if you read the Gospels again. Let me give you some examples: Do not think that I came to bring peace on earth. I did not come to bring peace, but a sword (Matt. 10:34). Woe to you, Chorazin! Woe to you, Bethsaida! I say to you, it will be more tolerable for Tyre and Sidon in the day of judgement than for you (Matt. 11:21). Hypocrites! Well did Isaiah prophesy about you, saying: These people draw near to Me with their mouth and honour Me with their lips, but their heart is far from Me ' Then His disciples came and said to Him, Do You know that the Pharisees were offended when they heard this saying?' But He answered and said, Every plant which My heavenly Father has not planted will be uprooted. Let them alone. They are blind leaders of the blind. And if the blind leads the blind, both will fall into a ditch' (Matt. 15:7-14).You realise of course that Jesus spoke about hell more than anybody else, and that He was constantly warning people about judgement and repentance. Jesus calls Herod a fox. He turns out the sellers from the Temple with a whip. Matthew 23 is an entire chapter devoted to the hypocritical Pharisees. He treated them with extreme severity. The point is, sin is a radically serious disease, and sometimes (if the patient will not cooperate) the doctor must speak very sharply to him to make him see sense. Praise God that some Pharisees did, such as Nicodemus and Paul.Could you develop your interesting statement with some more Scriptural support: He talks about the way the world is set up- i.e. a world with some bad stuff in it managed by an unpushy God who offers a way out of being seen as part of the badness ?You are quite right about Christian subculture and ghettos. It's very wrong. We are not Churchians, we are disciples of Christ, and we live to make His Name known to the lost. There is a lot of talk about the Inclusive Church' (in fact there's a conference on this in December with Steve Chalke), and a lot of resistance to in/out categories as you've suggested.But there's a confusion here: anyone who is IN CHRIST is absolutely committed to bring othres to be IN CHRIST. No evangelistic Christian can be exclusive as it's a denial of his own salvation. But at the same time, no evangelistic Christian can ignore saved/unsaved, in/out, Christian/non-Christian categories, because they are the difference between life and death.It's like the Ark: only 8 were in it, but they spent 100 years giving the opportunity for othres to join them. If there is any exclusion going on with the Gospel, it is often self-exclusion. People remove themselves from Christ; in my experience, they are very rarely removed from a Bible-believing church.Do check out my discussion site for a few more debates, along with articles and stuff on Steve Chalke, etc. God bless, James & everyone else. http://wgcxeqt.com [url=http://cnkifjjubld.com]cnkifjjubld[/url] [link=http://rcbsdji.com]rcbsdji[/link]

2014-03-08 23:08:15
…”. And it is the start/continuation of a discussion raehtr than the end of one: How much of our understanding and application of Scripture to our lives is based on what Scripture actually says raehtr than what we’re told it says? Are these different interpretations valid? Can they be supported by both Scripture and Tradition? Do we need to be aware of those different views even if we reject them as being untrue? (The model of atonement that Chalke appears to be rejecting is one articulated by Calvin. It may not have been accepted by the Early Church and has never been accepted by the Orthodox Church. Please correct me if I'm wrong about this btw. My books are at home).And if we reject them as being untrue, how do we deal with those who accept them?And what is “Biblical Christianity” anyway?! I know people who define that term as what they’re taught on Sundays and what they find in their Bible Notes. The idea that other people can read the same and come to completely different conclusions and still be Christians is one that they’ve never quite got their head round. And a few random comments:Andrew Sachs wrote:“But the other day I heard that a friend of mine is reading it who has only been a believer for a few months. This book could really harm him”.I’d cry harder if I heard that such a friend was reading a certain set of right-wing, sub-Biblical pot-boilers about the book of Relevations. ;)And in the original review:“More alarming is the fact that although the Word Alive leadership were made aware of its contents, it was not withdrawn from sale, nor was any statement made, and the author himself stood up to give the main Big Top address the following evening”.Actually this is the bit I find most scary. People can choose not to buy a book. They can suggest to friends that they don’t buy it because it’s not a good book for whatever reason. They can choose not to book the author for a preaching engagement at their church. But they don’t have the right to impose that view elsewhere. And how exactly did you expect him to be introduced – “Come and hear Steve Chalke in the Big Top! Followed by Heretick burning. Bring your own kindling!” ;) http://slfaeagjm.com [url=http://ipzzxgtbfq.com]ipzzxgtbfq[/url] [link=http://vqyhggofcly.com]vqyhggofcly[/link]

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