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Yesterday at 09:38 PM New Study Bible by Tom

Has anyone seen this study Bible?
The Reformation Heritage KJV Study Bible
http://kjvstudybible.org/2014/07/21/234/

It looks good to me.

Tom

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Friday, November 21, 2014 1:01 PM Chatterbox Cafe Forum by rstrats

Hey, how about some of you 794 members check in on the Chatterbox Cafe forum once in awile?

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Friday, November 21, 2014 12:14 AM Idea for The Highway Boards by Tom

Hi Pilgrim
I had an idea that may cause more interest in participation on the Highway boards. Over at challies.com, Tim Challies has what is called ‘Reading the Classics Together’. At the moment the book that is in discussion is John Owen’s ‘Overcoming Sin and Temptation’. I have really enjoyed Tim’s review and commentary on this and other Reformed Classics. It is also very interesting to read the comments of people who participate in the discussion. You can read this week’s discussion at http://www.challies.com/reading-classics-together/a-debate-i-would-watch
Not sure if this is something you are interested in doing, however I thought you might like to consider something of this nature. Perhaps with a little Pilgrim spin on it?
Tom


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Monday, November 17, 2014 11:09 PM Discussion on Sexual Orientation by Tom

I found an interesting article called ‘Evangelicals meet to discuss sexual orientation in San Diego this week’ http://www.dennyburk.com/evangelicals-me...achan/#comments
Usually an article such as this one I may not even decide to read, because the Bible is clear homosexuality and other forms of sex outside of heterosexual marriage are sinful. However, in this day and age where the current cultural views of society are affecting the Church, I thought I would read it anyway.
As many of you are aware, society has embraced homosexuality as a normal form of sexual orientation. In the attempt not to look silly in the eyes of society and the scientific community, many Christians have bowed in one form or another to their views.
If anyone who has paid attention to the news, they would have noticed that Christians and Christian businesses have faced persecution for trying to stay true to Scripture.
I have personally found out what can happen when someone tries to stand up for an organization that wants to remain true to Scripture. I was soundly rebuked and was told in no uncertain terms that Christianity is dangerous and as a result should become illegal. At that point I decided to bow out of the conversation and pray, because to say anything more was counter-productive.
I was also told recently that a Christian university (Trinity Western University) who applied for the right to teach law was refused that right because they require students to sign a covenant that says that as long as they are a student at TWU they must abstain from premarital sex and homosexuality. The reason given was because a lawyer, who came out of a school like that, could not give good representation to their clients. I was also told that the significance of this decision has far reaching precedence. Meaning that currents Christian lawyers may have their credential revoked and that may spread into other professions.

I thought perhaps others might also want to read it and put their own 2 cents in.

Tom


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Sunday, November 16, 2014 4:49 PM Repentance by chestnutmare

A real hatred of sin as sin, nor merely its consequences. A hatred not only of this or that sin, but also of all sin, and particularly of the root itself: self-will. “Thus saith the Lord God, Repent, and turn from your idols; and turn away your faces from all your abominations” (Ezek. 14:6). He, who hates not sin, loves it. God's demand is, “Ye shall loathe yourselves in your own sight for all your evils that ye have committed” (Ezek. 20:43). One who has really repented can truthfully say, “I hate every false way” (Ps. 119:104). He who once thought a course of holy living was a gloomy thing, has another judgment now. He who once regarded a course of self-pleasing as attractive, now detests it and has purposed to forsake all sin forever. This is the change of mind which God requires. ~ A.W. Pink

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