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Apologetics / Re: Are Parents to Blame for Christianity's Decline?
« Last post by Nina on Today at 11:31:13 AM »
 )ditto(  :iagree:
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Apologetics / Re: Are Parents to Blame for Christianity's Decline?
« Last post by Curtis on Today at 06:15:42 AM »
 &TY
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Apologetics / Re: Are Parents to Blame for Christianity's Decline?
« Last post by Reformer on Today at 05:17:47 AM »
Dispensational Pastors are not liberal, we are the right wing of Christianity.

Which just goes to prove that conservative and liberal politics have nothing to do with Christianity, because if Dispensationals are conservative, then obviously conservatism is no measure of sound Christianity. At least to most of us here. You call me liberal simply because I believe that lying, licentiousness, deception, race-baiting, dishonesty, immorality and a lack of integrity is unchristian. So if that's liberal, perhaps I should wear the title with pride. I don't separate Christians into liberal and conservative, I separate them into sheep and goats, sound and unsound, messengers of light and messengers of darkness, true and false Christians according to God's words. In today's way of thinking, the Scribes and Pharisees were very conservative while Jesus Christ would have been thought of as very liberal. That is to say, by people like yourself who put a lot of stock in labeling. These titles mean nothing to me.  Like Baptist, Presbyterian and Puritan.

As far as I'm concerned, and from reading my bible, One can see hypocrisy in Pastors more than anyone else. Because they above all are supposed to be an example. Christ said so. So I can understand why children not moved by the holy spirit would be driven astray hearing the Pastor say one thing and watching them do another. To use an analogy you might understand, it's like watching the President say he's a great leader, and then watching him prove that he is not. That will make any logical thinker lose faith in him. It's the same with Pastors. The do as I say, not as I do philosophy.

Why do you think God says Pastors should be people of not quick of temper, of good reputation and great integrity? Maybe because these things are important in a leader? Ya Think?
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Apologetics / Re: Are Parents to Blame for Christianity's Decline?
« Last post by Reformer on Today at 05:14:36 AM »
Tony, you are so long winded.

Some may think you are too long winded, even in your short posts. Because value is not in the length of the post, but the quality of the post.

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A whole lotta talk and very little substance.

Please tell me you are talking about your own posts? Then I would have hope that you are starting to evaluate correctly.

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Apologetics / Re: Are Parents to Blame for Christianity's Decline?
« Last post by George on Today at 04:54:57 AM »
Judging by the very liberal views of Pastors today, Yes I would say that. Speaking for only myself, I would say yes.

Dispensational Pastors are not liberal, we are the right wing of Christianity. Catholics, Postmillennial and Amillennialists are liberal.
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Apologetics / Re: Are Parents to Blame for Christianity's Decline?
« Last post by George on Today at 04:30:28 AM »
Pastor's children are some of the worst, so are you telling me they didn't rear their children correctly?
Yes. You seem to believe that pastors can do no wrong.

No, but they train their children right, and their children still come out bad. What does that say to you?
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Eschatology / Re: The four beasts of Revelation 5 are the Elects?
« Last post by Sportsnut on Yesterday at 05:32:45 PM »
No. I'll have to check that out.
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Apologetics / Re: Are Parents to Blame for Christianity's Decline?
« Last post by aquatic on Yesterday at 01:26:32 PM »
Pastor's children are some of the worst, so are you telling me they didn't rear their children correctly?
Yes. You seem to believe that pastors can do no wrong.
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Apologetics / Re: Are Parents to Blame for Christianity's Decline?
« Last post by Bruce on Yesterday at 11:38:43 AM »
Judging by the very liberal views of Pastors today, Yes I would say that. Speaking for only myself, I would say yes. If their doctrines are wrong, their teachings, and therefore their training of others is wrong.
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Apologetics / Re: Are Parents to Blame for Christianity's Decline?
« Last post by George on Yesterday at 08:01:34 AM »
Tony, you are so long winded. A whole lotta talk and very little substance. You haven't proved that parents are neglecting their responsibility, at best you've only showed that they are not as strict as they once were. That doesn't equate to shirking their responsibility of rearing Godly children. Pastor's children are some of the worst, so are you telling me they didn't rear their children correctly?
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