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Posted on 03/20/2018 4:59:35 AM PDT by Kaslin
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Wow. Powerful stuff.
Sounds like a great prediction of what happened and is happening in South Africa.
Bilbo was partially right.
Not much room for disputing that he was right about that one.
Any other Rester’s out there? Thanks
Find a place in this country, where minority leadership has led to a successful and thriving community. Look at how our media pushes interracial relationships. I have a white neighbor who was married and then divorced her Husband and hooked up with a Black male, her speech pattern, manner of dress and attitude changed almost overnight and the same with her children, in fact, she told me proudly that “my daughter only dates Black boys” her children are culturally confused. This isn’t good for anyone.
He makes a great point about taking the Lords name in vain. Id only say that his correct claim is another way His name can be used in vain in addition to saying G-Damn or OMG (where the G in that acronym is God)
Its true that God isnt His name but its said (and written with a capital G) in place of His name (since no one can pronounce His name perfectly) , so to use it haphazardly is to use it in vain.
And hes somewhat right about the unforgivable sin. The only unforgivable sin is blasphemy against the Holy Spirit and what that can only mean is when one does not seek forgiveness for ones sin. Because the Holy Spirit was and is sent for the forgiveness of sin, as well as our comforter. Sin is washed away through the power of the Spirit. So to not seek forgiveness, to remain in sin either due to obstinacy or despair, is to blaspheme Him. Ignorance not so much, but willfulness yes.
I do find it interesting that after much tears, blood, and fortune was spent making blacks “equal” they are increasingly accomplishing what people like Bilbo could not - they are self-segregating.
A feller might think they didn’t like us (or something) ;’}
It is not skin color which makes skin colors behave nobly or ignobly. It is enculturation and family expectation.
Compared with white on black crime.
Think Rotherham and Oxfordshire.
I'm unhappy that Mike presumes to know the eternal destination of anyone. No one on earth knows for sure unless they're present at the moment of death and the person dies while publicly asserting his antipathy to God's salvation. One of the thieves who died next to Jesus is an obvious example--deathbed conversions are real and commonplace.
Amen to that I was disheartened by that too.
The article posted at the Townhall website says Bilbo is "probably" in Hell.
So it doesn't seem to me that Mike is "presuming" the outcome, although he certainly has a strong opinion as to the relevant probabilities.
(And I guess there must be two slightly different versions of the article floating around in cyberspace.)
>>Sounds like a great prediction of what happened and is happening in South Africa.<<
Careful, sir. When I suggested this analogy to the RSA on here a week or so ago, some clown (nopardons) violently reproached me in half a dozen posts calling me ignorant, stupid, wrong, senseless, and deranged, and my suggestion baseless and useless. You will probably be hearing from him shortly!
Nevertheless, Mike leaves little doubt as to his view of the eternal destination of both men. That's above his authority. It is amusing though, the point he makes about hell being racially diverse.
“It is not skin color which makes skin colors behave nobly or ignobly. It is enculturation and family expectation.” It is also how they choose to behave. “I look forward to the day when my little children can be judged by the content of their character.” That is individual by individual.
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