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Is it right to censor God's message?

Discussion in 'Other Christian Denominations' started by stanleyg, Sep 20, 2006.

  1. stanleyg

    stanleyg New Member

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    Q Stanley, is it right to censor God's messages?
    Q Stanley, how can we distinguish when a messenger is anoited by God?
    Q Stanley, what do you mean by authentic label?
    Q Stanley, what scripture support do you cite concerning our last days?
    Amen!
     
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  2. SBCPreacher

    SBCPreacher Active Member

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    You ask yourself the question, and then answer it. It seems that you are discussing with yourself. I think you need to sart your own discussion board.

    That's just odd.
     
  3. rbell

    rbell Active Member

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    gekko New Member

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    LOL rbell! :D


    umm. so what's the question here again?
     
  5. mcdirector

    mcdirector Active Member

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    Didn't Reader's Digest already censor the Bible?
     
  6. orthodox

    orthodox New Member

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    You shouldn't censor God's message, but by all means one can censer it.
     
  7. billwald

    billwald New Member

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    As St John said, the writings were censored by omission when they were written, The collection was censored in 315 AD. What information didn't the censors want us to have?
     
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