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  1. Agreed, this whole somewhat silly conversation about tea, coffee, iced tea, caffeine free iced coffee etc...etc.. seems so legalistic and dare I say ...like the Pharisees. Silly arguing about what one can put in their body when we are told in Mark 7:15 nothing you put in your body can defile you. 15 There is nothing from without a man, that entering into him can defile him: but the things which come out of him, those are they that defile the man.
  2. Exactly Nehor, and that's the reason we have thousands of different "diet plans" no Doctor or nutritionist agrees with the other. They'll tell you don't eat eggs there is to much cholesterol, the other ones say that eggs are a "superfood"....LOL.
  3. No, just to be precise section 89 talks quite a bit about the consumption of meat.
  4. That is funny! If you take the scriptures at value there is no evidence Jesus married or had children. Maybe your parents pulled a Liz Warren on you!
  5. Are there any documents pre 1800's of the BOM to compare to the current BOM? I thought that no documents were available before this time.....meaning you can't really do textual criticism on the BOM?
  6. In the picture they're drinking root beer for crying out loud🤣
  7. LOL, not only voluntarily go but pay big bucks to go. I went for a day 4 years ago and swore never to return, long lines, hotter than the flames of hades, pay to park, $15 for kids lunches, the rides suck....absolute torture.....Bush gardens is way better....plus free beer!
  8. Thanks for your response Robert, any other examples like this you can point to in scripture?
  9. Mark 9: [38] And John answered him, saying, Master, we saw one casting out devils in thy name, and he followeth not us: and we forbad him, because he followeth not us.[39] But Jesus said, Forbid him not: for there is no man which shall do a miracle in my name, that can lightly speak evil of me. This example of a Christ follower who was not following the Apostles.....huh?!?. He clearly has the power of Christ for he is casting out devils in Jesus' name. I'm not sure what to think about this passage. Evidence for a different denomination? Thoughts? Praise be to God for his Word!
  10. I think that is probably a pretty fair statement. If you are going to worship a Man/God, I do think you should worship one who predicted his own death and then rose from the grave.
  11. The Witnesses absolutely believe in continuing revelation, they say that "spiritual light is still increasing"....this way like the LDS, any outdated, taboo, or erroneous prophecies can be corrected or amended without losing face. It's really quite clever.
  12. I think you are correct with Charles Russel, Joseph Rutheford, Joseph Smith Jr., Suffner, Namelka, there is a term that is used to describe the groups that follow these men. John Calvin not so much.
  13. Life begins and conception, a complete genome is identifiable. The more you study the issue of abortion, and procedures physicians do to human life, the more disgusted you should be with it.
  14. With continuing revelation anything goes, anything can be "revealed" as truth. Pray about it, get a feeling and there you go, truth revealed. And that's how groups end up with a Suffner, Christopher Namelka, or Joseph Smith Jr.
  15. Well the economy certainly is, unemployment is way down especially for women, African Americans and Latinos.....that's good right?
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