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I think the following link is worth posting here; both for information and discussion.
http://www.dennyburk.com/does-guilt-or-innocence-even-matter-anymore/

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I have to say that this is the worst argument I believe I have ever read from Douthat, and it is disappointing. How can it not matter whether Kavanaugh is guilty or innocent? It seems to me that his guilt or innocence is the most important question to be answered in assessing his nomination. And yet, Douthat says that even if he is innocent, Kavanaugh's nomination might very well deserve to fail. It's an incredible claim.

I think the claim is very scary; because if the argument that guilt or innocence does not matter. All one needs to do is make an allegation against someone running for office; or in this case being nominated, then you have essentially disqualified the person for the position.

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Fri Sep 21, 2018 5:19 PM

I just want to thank the Highway and especially Pilgrim, that even though he is a Paedo-Baptist, he does not treat Credo-Baptist almost as if they were unbelievers.
Unfortunately baptism seems to be the hot button on many boards and both sides are equally as guilty.
I was told in no uncertain terms that I am in serious sin because of Credo-Baptism.
I was trying not to be argumentative with the person so I asked them that if a Credo-Baptist baptized their baby when they believed that it was wrong, would they be in sin?
The person basically in a long winded way, said no because they would be in obedience to the truth.
That is when I decided to bow out and I think perhaps I am going to stay away from this particular hot button.

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