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    Health Insurance is my day job.

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  1. davidtaylorjr

    new California Bill is anti christian

    Definitely not... https://reformedtruths.wordpress.com/2018/04/25/banning-the-bible/ What I am saying is we need to attack what is actually there or they will not take us seriously.
  2. davidtaylorjr

    new California Bill is anti christian

    No. Only if those items have anti-homosexual content, or if the preaching for that day contained it. We need to be careful when we attack this bill by not overreacting with hyperbole so we are actually taken seriously about the real ramifications it will have.
  3. davidtaylorjr

    new California Bill is anti christian

    Then, according to the bill, you would not be allowed to sell those items. My argument is that it would also force you to stop selling the Bible.
  4. davidtaylorjr

    Hey, That's Not Sincere Worship!

    I still have no idea what you are talking about. Can you give some examples?
  5. davidtaylorjr

    new California Bill is anti christian

    Technically speaking, no. Only if you are charging for the preaching, it only applies to the sale of goods or services. Now there is a good argument that it would make preaching at a ticketed conference unlawful with regard to preaching homosexuality etc. as a sin.
  6. I believe it would most certainly be a sin against conscience. Think of it this way, if you know something about a murder and don't do anything about it, that makes you complicit, I don't see this as any different.
  7. davidtaylorjr

    Our "new creation" is in Christ and in heaven.

    Exactly, the only way you can honestly hold a universalist position and also the position that we do not immediately go to Heaven upon death is if you take Scripture out of context and ignore other passages completely.
  8. davidtaylorjr

    Our "new creation" is in Christ and in heaven.

    The part, the soul, that has been declared righteous. Our flesh, bodily flesh, is what will be resurrected. We don't cease to exist between now and then. There is no Scriptural support for that whatsoever without taking passages out of their context. These are classic examples of taking Scripture out of context.
  9. davidtaylorjr

    Our "new creation" is in Christ and in heaven.

    No, the entire human race was not redeemed. So you are a universalist?
  10. davidtaylorjr

    Our "new creation" is in Christ and in heaven.

    Which of course is why you interpret Scripture with Scripture and you get the correct reading which is how the translators have stated it.
  11. davidtaylorjr

    Our "new creation" is in Christ and in heaven.

    Of course this theory can be debunked easily with Jesus' own words on the cross to the thief that on that day he would surely be with him in paradise.
  12. davidtaylorjr

    Is Trump seeming to be a better President than Obama?

    Of course, there is no actual evidence of this....
  13. davidtaylorjr

    Is Trump seeming to be a better President than Obama?

    I think a lot of this depends on what you list as the criteria for a good President.
  14. davidtaylorjr

    You really have to wonder what these people are thinking?

    I guess they go into convulsions when the read the Declaration of Independence as well....
  15. davidtaylorjr

    The unforgivable sin

    It definitely has nothing to do with that. There is only one race. We do not see from Scripture a ban on intermarrying between races as a universal directive.
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