User Profile: SacredHonor1776


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  • August 28, 2015 at 1:09pm

    The SDA’s know he was resurrected on the first day of the week, they just believe he ‘rested’ on the Seventh (which was Genesis day of Rest/Worship). To them the day he was ‘resurrected’ is irrelevant.

  • August 28, 2015 at 10:24am

    Personally on Trump. I’m a bit wary. I’ve been burned one too many times in the past with populist rhetoric, public celebrities and politicians. Trump does give me a weird ‘used cars salesman’ vibe.

    Personally I’m more for Cruz who is proven individual, and hasn’t flip flopped in any of his beliefs (as far as I’m aware).

    I’ve been a fan of Carson and following his books for many years, even those written before he decided to run. He has always had some great ideas, but some I don’t agree with either. But I think he is a stand up guy. Granted I don’t think he necessarily has the chance to win… He also is inexperienced (but not necessarily a bad thing if he picks the right advisors, and not corrupt ones)

  • August 28, 2015 at 10:15am

    Nah, he’s not that. I’m pretty sure its the 1930′s look.

    I actually like Will Roger’s he was a brilliant satirist.

    Sometimes even Glenn gets on the pulse of the common people. But I don’t agree with everything he says.

  • August 28, 2015 at 9:53am

    Lots of religions have different end time events scenarios (I’m not sure that’s ‘great evidence’ for proving who and who isn’t a ‘Christian’).

    Can you explain where they share the same ideas as the JW, Mormons and Christian Scientists?

    As far as I know JW deny the divinity of Christ. They also are against modern medicine, and medical treatment. Blood transfusions and the like.

    I don’t know much about Christian Scientists… I think that was something that Samuel Clements, Mark Twain was a member. I think they also had some issues against modern medical treatment but I’m not sure.

    Mormons also seem to deny the divinity of Christ. They place Satan as the brother of Jesus I think. Even an idea that people can obtain the same status as Christ.

    As far as I know Adventists are very big on modern medicine, like RC have hospitals around world. They believe Christ is divine/Trinity.

    Of course even the Unitarians Universalists deny the divinity of Christ. That was something Jefferson did himself, and still considered himself a “Christian”.

    “…Jefferson’s non-belief in the divinity of Jesus disqualifies him according to many folks’ definition of Christianity. On the other hand, TJ seemed to consider himself a Christian, in the sense that he was a follower of Jesus. So let’s just say, this is complicated, and quite often folks get tripped up with this because they oversimplify

  • [1] August 28, 2015 at 5:06am

    Because the Jews don’t believe in Christ, nor do they believe he was resurrected to save those who believe in him. They believe Christ was a false prophet, and God does not have a ‘son’.

    That makes Christianity and Judaism incompatible.

  • August 28, 2015 at 5:03am

    He won’t punish you for choosing the wrong day. But if one accepts the ‘wrong day’ while following the ‘anti-christ’ and accepting the ‘mark of the beast’, then whatever day they worship on isn’t going to ‘save them’..

  • August 28, 2015 at 5:01am

    He won’t punish you for choosing the wrong day. But if one accepts the ‘wrong day’ while following the ‘ant-christ’ and accepting the ‘mark of the beast’, then whatever day they worship on isn’t going to ‘save them’..

  • August 28, 2015 at 4:57am

    They actually spend way more money on hospitals, schools, relief programs, missionary work, food distribution etc. 1 million is a drop in the bucket.

  • [1] August 28, 2015 at 4:55am

    They spend way more on hospitals, schools, missions, relief services and food distribution.

  • August 28, 2015 at 4:51am

    One an say that about most religious writers I think. Even those who before and modern ones.

    Some argue that much of the material in the book was taken from other Christian authors and historian:

  • August 28, 2015 at 4:41am

    Care to explain why they aren’t Christians? And what makes a Christian a Christian?

    In your own concise answers, I don’t have time to read other websites.

    I do have to say I think Ben Carson, an Adventist is a very good Christian. Probably, better than many.

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  • August 28, 2015 at 4:38am

    Ya, and the book was written 157 years go, and it doesn’t have any specific ‘time predictions’ or ‘claims’ in it. Otherwise it would be 157 years out of date on those predictions LOL.

  • [2] August 27, 2015 at 4:44pm

    Not likely. Beck was anti-Clinton during the Clinton years, anti-Bush during the Bush years, and anti-Obama during the Obama years. It might say everyone he has been against has won… Actually he jokes about that on his show all the time.

    If he doesn’t like Trump, he’ll probably continue to criticize Trump, during the Trump years… Unless somehow Trump really proves himself (fixes the problems, without going ‘progressive lite’), and doesn’t turn out to be yet another disingenuous public figure.

    Right now Beck’s favorite candidate is Ted Cruz. That’s probably going to be the only guy he supports for the foreseeable future, while he is still in the race.

  • [-13] August 27, 2015 at 4:39pm

    “BTW… who is dressing you lately? Learn how to turn the A/C down to ‘non freezing’. It’s really simple if you look at it.”

    LMAO, I think he’s going for that old Will Rogers dumpy 1930′s depression look…

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  • [1] August 27, 2015 at 12:07pm

    And the idea that all gods are the same God, is more of Freemason belief… Cultural relativism.

  • [1] August 27, 2015 at 12:04pm

    Just a minor point of correction but in general Bhuddism is a form of atheistic spiritualism. That is that they don’t believe in God or gods. Although they do believe in a way for humans to reach enlightenment and somehow exist on a higher spiritual plane after death. There might be some sects that believe in ‘gods’ or ‘pantheism’. But I don’t think it’s the norm. Buddha himself is not exactly a god, although there are a number of ‘Buddhas’, but more of an ‘example’ of what to attain.

  • August 27, 2015 at 10:07am

    “Carson because he wants to prove BLACK Presidents are not bad people like Obama”

    That is not even close to Carson’s ‘reason’.

    He wasn’t even going to run, but he had enough people who asked him to, and he finally agreed to it, after much prayer. He has picked up a huge number of fans because he stood up to Obama, and because of his many books.

    But he has never once said that he is doing it to prove ‘black people are good people’.

    Do you understand how racist your comment actually reads?

    He’s actually running on pure ‘grass roots’, and mostly under the radar.

    Will he be able to win, probably not? But he’s doing a standup job trying to compete with those with the never-ending coffers of money (from the corrupt corporations, and politicians).

  • August 21, 2015 at 10:51pm

    BTW out of boredom and curiosity I looked up the word, you aren’t the first to use it, although first I’ve heard of it.

    Apparently its a disparaging term often used by Democrats against overtly Christian public candidates to office, often for President. Usually of conservative or Republican background.

  • [3] August 21, 2015 at 10:29pm

    He suffers from Adult Attention Deficit Disorder (which he willingly claims), so his mind is always wandering every which way, and his attention switching to ‘new ideas’. He’s always losing focus.

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  • [1] August 21, 2015 at 10:24pm

    Technically you have coined the word. Unless Beck stated it first?

    Also wouldn’t ‘that be “Polivangelist”?

    Vengalist sounds like “revenge”.

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