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Apologetics Forum / Re: What are some verses that deal with depression?
« Last post by Mere Nick on Yesterday at 06:14:13 PM »
Medicine doesn't usually scare me because it is all made from stuff that comes from a planet made by God.
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Apologetics Forum / Re: What are some verses that deal with depression?
« Last post by gigman7 on Yesterday at 06:13:48 PM »
Like gigman said, more like the institutions. But to be honest, this is one part of the Bible that is not easy to understand in my opinion. In one of the psalms (I believe 2) it says all the kings conspire against God.
Yes, I'll follow the laws of my government but I'm not doing what Obama says.

Specifically what?
Anything that's not a law passed by Congress.
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gigman7,

Looks like I messed it all up when you asked me to move it back to general discussion. I moved it back and thought you had started another so I combined the 2 and now looking at this realized that I merged it to the one on debt. My bad so you will have to start a new one of diet because I am not going to go and sort out the mess up.

 I am sorry about the mess up but I was trying to help with your problem and messed up. If you can get someone else to sort it out then that is great but I am done moving post for you. I feel you need to slow on the new topics and talk about what you have already posted but that is just my opinion if you wish to keep flooding the board that is your right.

Again I am sorry for messing up your topics but I am done moving them around for you because of the mess up it caused. Please forgive me and if you wish go ahead and start a new thread on the diet question.
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Forum Issues and User Help / Re: Ads
« Last post by Mere Nick on Yesterday at 06:10:47 PM »
I think it has to do with what is in your search engine history.
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Apologetics Forum / Re: What are some verses that deal with depression?
« Last post by new creature on Yesterday at 06:10:37 PM »
Either you don't know the definition of bashing or, and I think that's probably it,

Oh.brother.

you're defensive for this medical profession out of love for it (the world),

Again...oh.brother.  Just because I respect the field and *calling* does NOT mean I love the world! 

and people (doctors you know or whatever), and what not.

Yeah. You GOT me!  I love people.  I think its terrible they way people who have been given a gift of wanting to help and heal others have been spoken of on this thread!

Which might seem good but isn't.

In your opinion...but...sorry...your opinion is not absolute truth.

Lol, wanting to heal and help people is a gift? Oh sister...

Yes, it is absolute truth that seeing things that aren't there is not good. Such as me bashing doctors. I haven't. There is a difference between debating a profession and the people who do these jobs. Like hating the sin and loving the sinners.

And loving people isn't wrong but if you're emotionally tied to them or especially things so far that you go to defend them without even making any substantive arguments then that seems like too much (irrational) love/respect for this profession.

What do you make of the verses such as come out of the world and love not the world if anyone love the world the love of the Father is not in him? Honest question.

Medicine is a profession. I don't believe it's holy. Not saying all people in the field are unholy or have bad ambitions. That's a completely different matter.
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Apologetics Forum / Re: What are some Bible verses dealing with divorce?
« Last post by Mere Nick on Yesterday at 06:09:39 PM »
Ya think?!??!?

rofl
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Apologetics Forum / Re: What are some verses that deal with depression?
« Last post by Mere Nick on Yesterday at 06:07:17 PM »
Folks that are talking about our leaders and such, I'd recommend looking at Habbakuk again.  God tells him how he is going to appoint a rather unpleasant fellow to come and put one on them that Mr. Clean couldn't take off.  Modern abridged version on my part, I know, but I agree with those who admit to not understanding it very much.  Me neither.
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Apologetics Forum / Re: What are some verses that deal with depression?
« Last post by MeMyself on Yesterday at 06:06:12 PM »
Like gigman said, more like the institutions. But to be honest, this is one part of the Bible that is not easy to understand in my opinion. In one of the psalms (I believe 2) it says all the kings conspire against God.
Yes, I'll follow the laws of my government but I'm not doing what Obama says.

Specifically what?
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Apologetics Forum / Re: What are some verses that deal with depression?
« Last post by MeMyself on Yesterday at 06:05:46 PM »
I have always been a very critical person already.

Being critical isn't a fruit of the Spirit.

Since I'm a Christian I take the Word of God very seriously. I guess you can say reading the Word of God makes it easy to find what others do suspect.

 ::eek::

Oy vey...

What *others* do? ::doh::  What do you find in yourself?  THAT is what we are supposed to focus on, being called to make sure our eyes are not filled with logs while picking splinters in others, and to show *grace*.




Like gigman said, more like the institutions. But to be honest, this is one part of the Bible that is not easy to understand in my opinion. In one of the psalms (I believe 2) it says all the kings conspire against God.

The may conspire, but God isn't fooled, or mocked or beaten.  He (scripture says) God appoints and if you don't like that word, another is ORDAINS the powers that be.  The powers that be are those in leadership.
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Catholic Forum / Re: Time for true identity
« Last post by skeeter on Yesterday at 06:05:46 PM »
it's from your posts - included above.  the 1st 2 = the 1st is your post about 'all truth' and 'faculty of reason'.  the 2nd post is mine - asking you what you were talking about (all truth and faculty of reason).

I think it was FS who posted debunking your 'all truth, new truth, future truth' post.

I know what you are talking about, but I haven't seen anything debunked.  I don't see how you can interpret any response as "debunking".  Can you sum up how it was debunked?

Let's say that there are the following two revealed truths: Jesus Christ is a man, and Jesus Christ is God.  How does that manifest into one person?  It took Christianity a couple hundred years to iron that one out into an understandable doctrine, which we now know as the "hypostatic union".

That is one example of being led into all truth, and it was done both by using human faculty of reason and was guided by the Holy Spirit.
maybe it was trifecta p7 #94....  AVZ has a post regarding 'all truth' maybe on p6 also.

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