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  • #76
    Originally posted by His Bride View Post
    . We are commanded to earnestly contend for the faith. I think that is what you are seeing in this forum.

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    • #77
      Originally posted by His Bride View Post
      There are many other verses commanding us to test the spirits, be aware of false teachers and prophets, hold on to our first love, etc. We are commanded to earnestly contend for the faith. I think that is what you are seeing in this forum.


      Jesus said they are known by their fruit. (Matthew 12:33, Luke 6:44)

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      • #78
        Social Gospel does not save people

        Social Gospel does not save people. When we play nice with Social Gospel we are approving a false religion and giving false hope to the lost. Those who preach a Gospel contrary to the Bible are worse then an atheist. The difference the atheist don't believe in God while people who attend a Church where the truth is not preached are given the false hope that all is well and they can live in sin and go to Heaven. Preachers who preach in a way that will please the masses but refuse to preach the truth, are guilty of sending people to hell, and they are enemies of Christ.
        We need to stand up for the truth. Sinners do not need to be given a group hug and told all is well. All is not well. Eternity is forever. Better to step on toes in this world and preach the truth, then worry about hurting people's feelings and lead them to hell with social Gospel.
        betty

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        • #79
          Originally posted by Revelation1412 View Post
          Instead of complaining so much, maybe we should be out witnessing more ourselves.
          Instead of having a condescending attitude which the majority of your posts demonstrate, most people come here to learn a little something. Just sayin..

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          • #80
            Originally posted by OnceWasLost View Post
            Thought I would post this again. This is a great illustration of a social gospel presentation.

            This movement is so clueless and the scripture they reference as evidence is so out of context, it is sickening.
            I doubt he doesn't know about the millennium.
            Discernment is not knowing the difference between right and wrong. It is knowing the difference between right and almost right. - Charles H. Spurgeon

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            • #81
              Originally posted by Anddra View Post
              I doubt he doesn't know about the millennium.
              There is seemingly much he doesn't know.
              There is One King, and He is not this guy. sigpic

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              • #82
                Originally posted by OnceWasLost View Post
                There is seemingly much he doesn't know.
                Tony Campolo has been poison to Campus Crusade since the early 80's



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                • #83
                  Jesus and the social gospel

                  The social gospel tells us that Jesus' ministry was spent mostly dealing with social issues such as poverty. I need help in finding the scriptural basis for that claim. When I read the gospel it says nothing about Jesus building houses for the homeless or setting up an organization to take care of the needs of the poor. There is not even a record of him building a basketball court at the local synagogue. He did feed the crowds that came to see him on several occasions but he did not organize mass food drives on a regular basis. Even the early Church did not seem to be into the social gospel. The Church did have a system of taking care of the needy who were inside the Church and Paul was told by the Jerusalem elders to remember the poor but the emphasis of Acts and the epistles is on Salvation and Christian growth. Jesus spent most of his time talking about the Kingdom of God.

                  From where are they getting this stuff? I may be missing some key verses but I don't think Jesus saying "blessed are the poor" means put salvation behind social activism.
                  Last edited by vemee; May 31st, 2009, 01:06 AM. Reason: change title

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                  • #84
                    He DOES encourage us to be charitable to the poor, but He encourages us to do so voluntarily. He never says such charity should be coerced by the state, or through socialism, you are right about that. Furthermore, He talks a lot about stewardship, and part of good stewardship is making sure your charity goes to people who truly need it and is done efficiently, neither of which government social programs do.

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                    • #85
                      Originally posted by vemee View Post

                      From where are they getting this stuff? I may be missing some key verses but I don't think Jesus saying "blessed are the poor" means put salvation behind social activism.
                      They look for passages to fit their worldview. No different than so many others who fall into Biblical error.
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                      • #86
                        it's pretty much liberation theology... the same lies that that obama's ex-pastor got in trouble for preaching. I don't see why it doesn't bother them to preach something so similar.

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                        • #87
                          These are the same people that say Jesus was a Liberal. Whatever, he is neither republican nor democrat.

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                          • #88
                            Wow!!!! ...there is an awful lot of information here that I would like to read! I find it ..."interesting" ....that, just yesterday, I was compelled to research BT and the new Black Panthers. I really didnt find anything I didnt already know. A quick scan of the information here let me know to read. ........(I dont know how to paragraph).....I....like many.....saw the writing on the wall with our Presidential candidate. I AM,. though, concerned about the agenda of the followers of BT and the Black Panthers......I am not racist and my Black friends are not racist but over the years I have tried to keep up with ......everything I could.......hard to explain. My question is...and this is not spiritual but....what is the ultimate goal of BT and the Black Panthers?....I read their 10 point tenent and the very first one was SEGREGATION... Like was said, that it is so contradictory....what IS the main goal? What are they REALLLY trying to accomplish? It is SOOO crazy that it HAS to be satan motivated, but in what way and for what purpose?....I realize this may have been answered but ....time really is of essence. Maybe a synopsis?..Quick overview Thanks in advance and there is no hurry.

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                            • #89
                              Originally posted by oldfriend View Post
                              I dont know how to paragraph)
                              No problem, just break every few sentences. It doesn't have to be *right*, just broken up.

                              We've had threads on this issue, people want to read every post but when they see a huge wall of text, the eyes rebel and the post is passed over.

                              Also, using CAPS means one is SHOUTING. You can italicize, bold or underline for emphasis.
                              "...earnestly contend for the faith which was once for all delivered to the saints." Jude 1:3b


                              Jesus + something = nothing

                              Jesus + nothing = Everything

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