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Discussion in 'News / Current Events' started by Salty, Jan 11, 2009.
What will your church be doing on Sanctity of Life Sunday Jan 18, 2009
Here is one website
For 2010, the date will be Jan 17.
What will your church do?
Also, does your church count your pre-born children in your Sunday School and church attendene?
Sancity of Life will next be observed on Sun Jan 23, 2011.
What does your church have planned?
I suppose when we learn how to cause an egg to develop without a sperm your congregation will count the unconceived?
Do you ever think before you hit "submit reply"?
That's got to be one of the stupidest things I've ever read.
So, between your posts that blatantly disrespect our country and soldiers, posts that support patently unBiblical positions, posts that aren't even in the same ZIP code as rational thought, and posts that generally have no point but to antagonize people who actually have worldviews informed by their Christian faith...
I guess if there's a redeeming quality to what you post here, it's that we can print it out and say to folks: "You see this? Do the opposite."
I echo earlier comments: This post of yours is among the stupidest you've put up--and there's a lot of competition in that particular category. If you bother attending church, I hope you keep these comments to yourself. If you don't, then I sure feel sorry for your pastor.
Suggetstion: Think first, then post. Who knows...you might like it? I know we will.
Whoa...let's chill out a minute. To question someone's salvation or intent because their opinion differs from yours is not appropriate. I'm not saying I always agree, but dissenting opinion is important in discussion.
Anyways, does anyone really, actually count those still inside the womb in the attendance. I think Bill was probably just insinuating that he thinks that is absurd...which it kinda is. These aren't people who are actively in attendance, of course. Are you going to go up to the mother just to make sure she's not carrying multiples?
I have a hard time believing this is a serious question.
True Bible Believers can only understand direct statements and direct questions. Any attempt at any other literary form is interpreted as a direct statement or a direct question. That is why they spend most of their time arguing about what the Bible "says."
With Billwald, who knows? Most of his posts make so little sense, and are so far off-topic, it's hard to tell. But that doesn't excuse the inflammatory nature of them.
I didn't question his salvation. I simply pointed out that many of his posts seem designed to antagonize those who are expressing opinions from a Christian worldview. I'm not saying he isn't saved. I am saying he engages in foolish arguments, and makes ridiculous statements/assertions quite often.
You mean a stereotypical white, Baptist American Christian worldview? I know in theory there is one Christian worldview, but in reality, it doesn't work that way, even among those with true, vibrant faith.