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Amending the Bible would be an affornt to the Lord God Almighty. Mr. Morgan would do well to consider the nature of God Almighty and His INFALLIBLE COMMAND-WORD (the Bible) that ALL MEN are bound to obey. Like all men, Morgan can go two ways: he can repent of his sin (we've all sinned, but that doesn't excuse it) and turn to Almighty God for forgiveness through Jesus Christ's atoning death on the cross, or he can harden his neck and bring inevitable judgment upon himself. I pray he does the former, not the latter.
"Ye shall not add unto the word which I command you, neither shall ye diminish ought from it, that ye may keep the commandments of the LORD your God which I command you." (Deuteronomy 4:2)
1 year, 2 months ago on Piers Morgan Says The Bible Should Be Amended
I never heard such foolishness in my life. But, let me be clear: nothing you have said "spooks" me. You are merely an anti-Christ--one of many--who has bought into the great lie of Satan, as described in Genesis, namely: "Hath God said?" The voice of the tempter has won you over and you now openly challenge the Word of God, Creator of Heaven and earth. It is unsurpassing arrogance on the part of any man to challenge God's Word, which is precisely what you are doing in calling the Bible a fraud. Unless you repent, your part is with the Devil and his angels in the lake of fire(see Revelation). And that's all. I won't try to convince you any further, for God declares that
"The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork."(Psalm 19:1) and, more relevantly,
"the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who hold the truth in unrighteousness;
19 Because THAT WHICH MAY BE KNOWN OF GOD IS MANIFEST in them; for God hath shewed it unto them.
20 For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are WITHOUT EXCUSE:
21 Because that, when they knew God, they glorified him not as God, neither were thankful; but became vain in their imaginations, and their foolish heart was darkened.
22 Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools" (Romans 18:19-22)
Professing yourself to be wise, as with this whole false notion of man coming from the sun billions of years ago, you have BECOME A FOOL, and there is no reasoning with a fool.
I pray only that God will lift the darkness out of your heart and show you the error of your ways before it is too late. His will be done.
Otherwise, you may wobble on your own poorly-constructed worldview foundation until you fall into the pit of eternal darkness, but my Christian brethren and I will stand on the Word of the Lord God Almighty, whose Word ALONE IS TRUTH. No argument you can construct, no "science" or cobbled up theory you or other anti-Christs can cook up, can make the least bit of difference, for we rest in the promise of God trhough Abraham that He is our "shield and exceeding great reward"(Genesis 15:1).
1 year, 4 months ago on Constitutional Purism or Bust
Ethan has this to say in response to your bizarre allegations:
"What evidence have you that the bible is "fraud literature"? (Nicaea 325 didn't establish cannon.) What evidence have you that druids influenced the texts? A multitude of passages demonstrate the books were to be distributed to ALL the faithful. What you call "control" is in reality a lamp to chase away the atramental. In what way do we "come from the sun"? What process do you allege took place? I agree there is light and dark, evil and good, but you appear to exalt yourself above both. There is a Master of the "masters", the One you call a mushroom. He is indeed withdrawing Himself and His blessing from this land. He said He would do so through Moses in Deut. 28. Set the shrooms down and read it."
@gypsynovus You clearly have nothing of substance to argue, so I'll let my above allusion to Proverbs 26:4 stand.
1 year, 5 months ago on Constitutional Purism or Bust
Wrong on so many levels? I think not.
It is easy to hide behind claims that the Constitution is a Christian document or that the Founders were Christian men, but both assertions are highly, highly questionable AT BEST. Our Lord said "by their fruits ye will know them", and we have to apply that standard to the Constitution and the men who framed it. The fruit of the Constitution is that it introduced an alien law-order, where man-made legislation was given place to supplant God's revealed Biblical Law. That's a FACT, and it would take willfull blindness to argue otherwise. The point I made on marriage as it relates to the Constitution (namely, that it can be defined any way the people decide, despite the fact that God has plainly decreed what marriage is in His Word) is but one simple illustration that I am sure, as you put it, "any 6th grade Civics student in the 60's could understand".
As for calling me a "closet liberal", that is just plain rude and without any factual basis. I respectfully submit, rather, that it is you and those who hold to Constitutionalism above what God has decreed in His Law, who are the true "liberals'.
@gypsynovus Proverbs 26:4 Answer not a fool according to his folly, lest thou also be like unto him.
The issue is not so much who has the power, as the author argues, but from whence that power is derived. The Constitution claims to derive its power from "the People", who "govern" through their representatives. Switiching power from the Federal Government to the State Governments does nothing to change address this error. Error? Indeed. A godly and righteous government recognizes, not the people as Sovereign, but the Lord Jesus Christ as Sovereign and, hence, the only true source of authority. All authority that man can legitimately exercise is delegated from God--this holds true in all areas of life, including, believe it or not, government. Thus, switching the locus of "authority" from the Feds to the States DOES NOT address the fundamental issue of obedience to God--only in obeying God can our governments truly be moral and effective in ANYTHING.
1 year, 5 months ago on Understanding Nullification: An Historical Perspective
The Constitution is not the answer to today's (or any day's) issues. The author, in making the statement about "marriage being left to the States"(to define it however they will) is instructive here, when it comes to zeroing in on the Constitution's weakness. The Constitution, implicitly, if we take the author's marriage assertion at face value, allows states to define marriage as between a man-and-a-man, woman-and-a-woman, man-and-a-sheep, and so forth ad nauseum. God, however, utterly condemns sodomy and bestiality as acts worthy of the death-penalty. Thus, the Constitution, on this issue (and many others as well) blatantly thumbs its nose at God's Law and allows "the People" to live by laws other than the Law He has declared and decreed. Constitutionality is, therefore, an alien law-order that is, at its core, hostile to God Almighty and must be denounced as such. Forget amending the Constitution, let's ditch it(as most of the politicians have done, for all practical intents and purposes, anyway) and turn in repentance to the One True God, obeying and keeping His altogether righteous Law.
"Go ye, therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost, teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you; and, lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world. Amen." (Matt 28:19-20)