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August 24, 2005

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Chris Kamalski

did you take this picture? enjoyed meeting you yesterday...

carrot

Stephanie

Wow, that's a pretty bold statement as well as a pretty terrible, false statement. Some people in this world scare me with the thoughts they have, but even more so with the thoughts they publicly profess. Did you find this sign in person or just on the internet? Thanks for sharing it!!

Matt

Satan must be turning into a good guy then!

Why am I not suprised to see this on a Baptist Church eh? *eyeroll*

Eric Wakeling

This sign makes me sad...I must be Satan's slave. Bummer.

john

Test everything, and hold on to what is good. -- sounds like free thinking to me

Joosung Kwon

Me = Satan's Slave

Stephanie

Hey Mike,

I have a proposal for you. I have found a blog that I think you could possibly have a impact on. I have tried my best, as well as Alex, but you're knowledge of the scriptures, which far surpasses ours, and is much needed on this blog. Here's the web address:
http://thereformation.blogspot.com/.
I'd love to see what you have to say to some of his posts...he's discussing, or trying to discuss "being emergent" and "the elect." I think you could have a profound impact on this guy, which is much needed, as he is a pastor and has an influence on several thousand people.

Thanks

Paula

i laughed so hard, i just about wet myself. people. sheesh. miss you, man.

ally

and a closed mind is just what God is looking for? someone needs to talk to that church's pastor!!

wes ellis

WOW! That makes no sense to me. I remember a time I probably would have agreed with that... Now it makes no sense. It's really sad especially after I just finished my last post on questioning God.

Scott

Act 17:11 "Now these [the Jews in Berea] were more noble than the Jews of Thessalonica, for they gave serious attention to the word, searching in the holy Writings every day, to see if these things were so." BBE

Here the Bereans were called "more noble" due to their being open enough to the new ideas being given by Paul to check the scriptures and see if he's right. The Thessalonican leaders were less than noble because even upon being shown in the scriptures that these things were true they still kept their minds closed and persecuted the Christians.

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