Jim, I sincerely apologize for my last remark. I didnât realize that the disparaging comment regarding our Constitution was made by our brother dwelling on the wart in the armpit of what was once âGreatâ Britain. If I lived there Iâd probably have no regard for my nation either.
Well, Jim, one can be sure it isnât your Democratic âbrethrenâ who hold the Constitution in high esteem. Theyâre doing everything in their power to destroy it. May the bird of paradise fly up their nose.
Well, Neil, at least you answered my question. You really CANâT refrain from being insulting and condescending. I understand. I have many besetting sins. You are blessed indeed if haughtiness is the only one you have.
Neil, who said I wasnât talking about the Waldenses, Lollards and similar groups? I didnât mention Anabaptists. You did. I would appreciate it if you could respond occasionally without being insulting and condescending. Others, believe it or not, are as well-read as you are. Or more so.
True fundamental Baptists reject the term Protestant not because they embrace Catholicism, but because unlike the Presbyterians, Lutherans, and other such groups, the true fundamental Baptistic churches didnât leave Catholicism in protest. They were never a part of Romanism in the first place.
Jim, do you find it odd that President Trump condemned the rioting, burning and looting from the outset, but Hidinâ Biden didnât say a word about it until he checked to see which way the polls were going?
Jim, I suggest you read I Kings 8:22-66 and II Chronicles 6:1-7:3. There is absolutely no biblical proscription against public praying. What is forbidden is praying publicly solely for the purpose of âshowing off.â By âintercity charities,â I suppose you meant inner city. You yourself, of course, spend many hours each week volunteering for such groups, right? Thatâs why you have so little time to look up garbage in the Internet and post it on Sermon Audio. By the way, do you have something against rural charities?
Some will say, âOh well, heâs a Catholic, it doesnât matter what happens to him.â Oh yes it does. It matters very much. If a member of one religious group can be punished for discussing his beliefs, then the same could happen to any of us. While I by no means support the Catholic âchurchâ and its tenets, I certainly support this young manâs rights to his beliefs. I hope he wins his lawsuit.
Warren Throckmorton wrote, âIf you are going to vote for Trump, own it.â Iâm going to vote for Trump, and Iâm happy to own it. By the way, Jim, is Warren Throckmorton a descendant of Throckmorton P. Gildersleeve? I find the Great Gildersleeve infinitely more entertaining than the Not-So-Great Lincoln.