Comments

I have the typical comment policy — no profanity, etc.

I do hold those who claim to be Christians to a higher standard, and have borrowed Carlotta’s policy on that:

For Believers – An intentionally different standard applies to those who name themselves followers of Christ: persons who claim to be believers in Jesus Christ yet bring manifestly false teaching on basic doctrines of the faith, and/or promote evil acts are not welcomed into discussion here.

I do make exceptions at times, such as when false teacher Chuck “Jesus is not the only way” Currie comments.  That’s always fun.  But he’s so transparently fake that I don’t worry about people being mislead by his false teachings.  Same thing for confessed fakes like this, provided they don’t comment too often.  I enjoy pointing out their egregious errors but I only have so much time.

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7 thoughts on “Comments

  1. Harold Camping: Another ‘Fleecer of the Sheep’ adamantly prophecies Judgement Day May 21, 2011.
    Everyone needs to phone his radio program and demand where he is coming up with
    his exact date of creation and date of Noah’s flood.
    His entire thesis is based on these two dates and he refuses to give any coherent Bible references.

  2. Thank you for your informative blog site.
    The Bible tells us we are to watch.
    If we don’t watch we will not see what the enemy is doing.
    Thank you for telling us what you see going on in the enemy’s camp.
    I watch also.

  3. My advice: separate each story or interaction in all four Gospels and try to put them in sequencial order. Not only will you learn a great deal about Jesus by engaging in an active learning exercise, but you’ll learn something else too. (And I’m not going to tell you.)

    • Warning people of false teachers is a virtue. If you have an issue with any of my facts or reasons, feel free to share them. Otherwise please spare me your hypocritical judgments.

    • Camping is NOW is now a PROVEN false teacher!!! No one can deny this now or that his false predictions were not fact. There have been several predictions from him which I opposed as the latest one before his death over the years. NONE came true. He was an out and out heretic. He had other false teachings too -not just predicting the coming of Christ- which is plainly marked in Scripture as being a ‘secret’ that NOT even the holy angels of God know ! Jesus declared this. One false teaching is that not even Jesus knew when He was coming to earth again! The English translation leaves a false impression. In Greek Jesus said “if not” in Greek meaning that if he were not equal to the father not even He would know’ when He was coming back to earth after his Ascension. Paul said ‘ all of the treasures of wisdom and knowledge’ is embodied in the Son.’ Col. Read it.
      It says in the Scripture that if a ‘prophet’ makes a prediction it must 110% accurate or that teacher is false. No exceptions. All true OT as well as NT predictions have been fulfilled as given or will be fulfilled.
      People worship and honor these men who are a curse to the true churches of Christ yet even when they prove to be false they make excuses for them! OMG. They will be judged same as those false prophets according to Scripture.

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