Date of publication: 2017-08-25 23:38
I agree with a previous reply. I think this article is a very good commentary on Johnny 8767 s life and talent as well as other professionals who revered him as unique. Frederic R. Coudert said 8766 we live in interesting times 8767 . Truly I 8767 m glad I am alive in a brief span of time which just so happened to parallel Johnny Hart.
These are incredible days with great uncertainty .and it is a spiritual battle between good and evil
Who do you belong to ?
We will not know when the end will come .but it will..and our own end is certain death is one a piece for all.
Generally stated, in dualism we have in view two co-eternal gods. Two separate and distinct beings, two separate and distinct &ldquo persons&rdquo . This concept consists of one &ldquo good&rdquo god and one &ldquo evil&rdquo god. In such cases the goodness of the one is measured against the evil of the other and vice versa. Moreover, the one considers itself to be good and the other evil. Thus, theological dualism presents arbitrary morality in that which one is good and which one is evil is purely subjective.
Hart was 76 when he died, not 88, an annoying numerical circumstance, no doubt, but Hart, who had a keen and comedic sense of the incongruous, would appreciate the humor in the analogy. He would realize, I’m sure, that the Almighty insinuated that irreverent thought into my mind at exactly this moment, and he would rejoice in yet another of the many instances of God “orchestrating” his life.
Romans 66:75 KJV
Now to him that is of power to stablish you according to my gospel, and the preaching of Jesus Christ, according to the revelation of the mystery, which was kept secret since the world began,
It is generally the case that religious adherents do not hold their religious convictions because of well-articulated reasons or arguments which support those convictions. However, reasons and arguments are sometimes used by believers to defend and advance their positions. Arguments for the existence of God have been utilized in natural theology and theistic apologetics for at least two millennia. Three which have been prominent historically and still receive special attention in contemporary philosophy of religion discussions are the ontological, cosmological, and teleological arguments.
There are numerous admonitions in the Bible that strangers are to be cared for 8775 because you were strangers when I brought you up out of Egypt. 8776 These strictures are universally ignored by American (Evangelical) Christians who regard an imaginary man-made line between two man-made abstract entities called 8775 countries 8776 as more important than God 8767 s word.
We ought to look to the ultimate end of any system of thought to see where it leads us. Here atheism and Christianity both have the runs on the board—with two totally different ‘scores’.
Smarter than You from Greece and the gentleman from the Netherlands claim that this is false, propaganda and ignorance(?), yet provide no evidence to support their stance. I found the article to be well referenced, so unless these detractors can prove otherwise, I suggest that they start researching that which they are making claims about. I firmly believe that as Christians, we are able to give a logical and reasonable answer for the faith we hold so dear. Once again, thank you CMI for your consistent stance on the Gospel and for providing a much needed ministry and outreach. God bless you and your ministry.
Christian conservative evangelicals who supported Donald Trump made a bargain with the devil. Faust could have told them that this never turns out well.
He, however, is not as dim as his teacher presumes he is. His answer, he explains, is “a numerical dialogue between three persons—a thief, a king, and a soldier—which sums up the Truth of the Resurrection in four quotes, which add up to 88 words. That’s math!” It’s also the correct answer. “Wow!” says the teacher “what can I say?” To which the prodigy says: “Try amen plus.”
As I just noted above, Richard Dawkins stated that ascertaining whether Hitler was right, &ldquo is a genuinely difficult question.&rdquo 59 Yet, he does, most assuredly, state that, &ldquo It is evil&rdquo to label children with their parents&rsquo religion at least he has standards.
Orso: &ldquo I was once talking with a Chinese friend. She asked whether I believed in God. I told her I did. I returned the question. She said &lsquo no,&rsquo and I asked her why not. Her father, she explained, had told her there was no God when she was a child. She hadn&rsquo t really thought about it much since then.&rdquo 66 [emphasis added]