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Featured Do You Condone Steve Anderson, IFB Preacher?

Discussion in 'Other Christian Denominations' started by thatbrian, Dec 30, 2017.

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  1. No. Steve Anderson is a great man of God. We need more like him.

  2. Yes. He preaches a false "gospel" and is filled with hate. He needs to go away.

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  1. robycop3

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    IMO, Anderson is a demagogue & a quack, plain n simple. We're all familiar with his hooey. here in the USA, he's free to express his opinions, same as we. But we are also free to dismiss what we consider horse feathers. And that's what I do with Anderson's stuff, not just his KJVO lies.

    'Nuff said!
     
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    They are all quax - birds scrapping for the same crust of bread.

    "Having a FORM of godliness, while denying its POWER ."
     
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    I recently used some rat poison that was 0.3% active ingredient; the rest was wholesome rat food. Within 3 days, it worked.

    Same with the teachings of Anderson and his ilk. they teach many truths that people can verify in their own Bibles, & thus, many believe they're teaching the WHOLE truth, and ingest the "leaven" along with the truth, thus poisoning the whole body of teachings. they absorb. I believe we have ample warning from JESUS about such teachers.

    The BEST policy, I believe, is to stick with SCRIPTURE as one's final earthly authority in all matters of faith & worship, believing it literally-as-possible & avoiding mens' private interps & doctrines they invent from it.
     
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    The problem with that advice is that everyone claims he is doing just that.
     
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    Do you know I never hear a thing about Steve Anderson unless it's posted on the BB.

    Jussayin'.
     
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    Except many are adding their own private interps & manufactured doctrines.
     
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    And, they would say the same of you and me.
     
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    ...Except we can PROVE our accusations, while those dudes/dudettes can't prove theirs!
     
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    Don't you think that he would say the same thing? He thinks he's right, and he uses the Bible to prove it.

    I think my point has been thoroughly missed, though I'm not sure how but this is my last round. Maybe someone else can help.
     
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    Robo and I have had this discussion before. Imagine two brothers in Christ debating the return of the Lord. One argues for premillennialism and the other for amillennialism. Both use scripture and are convinced they are right. Neither viewpoint imperils their faith. Both love the Lord and are genuinely saved. The only thing that can be done in that situation is for both brothers to shake hands and agree to disagree in a spirit of love. Neither brother yielded his position.

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    No, he doesn't PROVE it; he merely bloviates. Sure, he can say the same for us, but CAREFUL RESEARCH proves him wrong.
     
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    I thought you were a fan of James White --right? He had a long interaction with him a few years ago and it's available for viewing. After their encounter at White's home James spoke of it in several blog posts.
     
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    He has made the secular news 1) when he was praying for the death of President Obama, 2) refused to comply with Border agents instructions 3) Anderson has been banned from entering the United Kingdom and Botswana, among others.


    A famous Barney Fife quote comes to mind.
     
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    Actually he was found not guilty in court and I have heard he got a pretty big settlement from the civil suit against the Border Patrol. (The amount I heard was $210,000.) The BP was way out of line.
     
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    He may be an angry nut, but he is correct about the checkpoint thing. The 4th amendment is on his side.
     
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    Maybe so - but my thinking is to do what LEO tells you to do. I understand that he ended up with some brusies ect. Was the LEO wrong - maybe so - but was all that worth the 200 grand?
    It could have been avoided.
     
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    Yes. It could have been. But if we avoid standing up for our rights to those who would take them away then we would be speaking German and recalling our own Kristallnacht.
     
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    Secular issues aside, why I don't trust Anderson at all is because of his admission of WORSHIPPING THE KJV.

    What Bible version he may choose to worship isn't the problem. He evidently forgot that the AUTHOR is greater than any of his works.
     
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    I see your point in a way - but in this Country - unlike Nazi Germany - there are recourses - ie -Admn review by the Customs service - contacting your politicians - and as - finally what Anderson did - use the Court System., among others.

    Dont know about you - but I will do my best to avoid physical altercations.
     
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    Anderson did not ask for a physical altercation. There is a TY video. You should watch it.
     
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