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August 19, 2016 at 15:28
Deez be no small fries…………or is it fryes?
August 19, 2016 at 20:57
Well, I found you my friend. You were in the basement. Sorryyyyyyyyyyyy.
No e LOL.
August 19, 2016 at 21:02
Yep. I know.
I’m thinkin a new page for ya: small fries………. 😉
-kids and faith
-goats and kids………
-kids and creation
Keep in mind you should not have contact with children! Yeah, ‘suffer the little children to come unto me………’ apparently the Lord was off His rocker. (perish the thought)
There ya go, no charge 😉
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August 19, 2016 at 21:04
Thanks friend I am all about free stuff!
August 19, 2016 at 21:09
Weren’t we suppose to start a school once? I remember something about that.
August 19, 2016 at 21:18
Yeah, but since I have been banned in 40 countries and thirty languages……..the commute may be a tad difficult.
Didn’t you get the memo bro? I am a threat to world peace and children flee in horror at my mere existence.
Looks like you got the job alone!
August 19, 2016 at 21:21
Well, they may have to hire outside contractors, because rumor has it I am quite the menace to children myself!
August 19, 2016 at 21:26
Yeah, but even Walt Disney traded on scripture…….sins, scarlet, white as snow…..nothing Dopey bout that reference. 😉
And gotta love those little fellas; they never seem to age!
August 19, 2016 at 21:28
They do call me grumpy LOL.
August 19, 2016 at 16:33
And now they’re trying to ban it from libraries! Can’t ban God.
August 19, 2016 at 16:38
August 19, 2016 at 19:54
Nope, you can’t!
August 19, 2016 at 18:49
How can they ban God who is everywhere? They can try but it won’t work. At the end God is the one in control and it might seem like they are winning but they are doing what God has in His plan. Satan thought that he was getting rid of Jesus by influencing the Jewish leaders to put Him in the cross but guess what God turned it around for the salvation of the human race. Everything is done according to God’s plan. The evil things done God allows but at the end God turns it around for His glory.
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You are correct. They do try. Over and over and over. Loudly and more loudly. They try to find security in numbers, as is the more we can convince to reject God, the more it proves we are correct.
No worries, though.
August 19, 2016 at 19:59
August 19, 2016 at 18:50
Lets praise the Lord because He is in control and He is good. At the end He will be glorified.
August 19, 2016 at 19:53
Yep, I’ve read the back of the Book, and God wins
August 19, 2016 at 19:58
I can see that you are a smart man Wally.
August 19, 2016 at 19:07
This must be a trick question, because the answer seems obvious. People don’t believe that Snow White is true, and they don’t base their actions on the words in Snow White. So, Snow White just isn’t significant enough to ban.
August 19, 2016 at 19:11
Which states have banned the Bible?
August 19, 2016 at 20:10
David, lets start somewhere smaller like the schools. Can a student pray outside before the bell rings? Can a student give thanks to the Lord for his meal in the cafeteria? Can a student say bless you to a teacher that sneezes? All of the above questions has been answered with a no. If this is happening in the schools imagine the rest of the country….soon it will be worst. In the future it will be against the law to preach against homosexuality in the churches and arrest the pastors for doing so. The the United States of American has abandoned God and God has or will abandon the USA. I give praise to Jesus Christ that even though this country has abandon the Lord the Lord will never abandon those who fear Him. May the Lord Jesus Christ be lifted up and praised.
August 19, 2016 at 20:13
Thanks for that answer Spaniard, I think you captured it quite nicely. I was just putting something together similar.
August 19, 2016 at 20:17
Thanks Wally, we are living in unprecedented times.
August 19, 2016 at 20:19
In which states is a student unable to pray outside a school building or say a prayer before eating his or her lunch? Where has a student been banned for saying “bless you?”
As for most of the rest, pastors are protected by the First Amendment. Get back to me when a pastor is actually arrested for preaching that homosexuality is a sin.
August 19, 2016 at 20:23
Boy!, you must be living in a different planet because that question is amazing.
August 19, 2016 at 20:24
David, good grief. Do your own research. The things that have been stated a fact. Um… want to talk about Canada, where pastors to face possible legal consequences for preaching that?
It is simple fact that in schools across this country, students have been prevented from practicing their faith openly, simply because they are in a school. Fact. Google. For you to say this is not fact is absurd.
And check this out, lest you think I am the nutty fundy trying to make our government a theocracy…I fully support the division between church and government. I don’t think “religion” as a official thing has ANY role in government. That just never ends well.
But all people, even people who serve in our government, are perfectly granted the right to openly practice their faith, and even allow that faith to influence how they conduct their lives.
August 19, 2016 at 20:55
Here is another one David, Pastor is Arrested For Having a Bible Study in His Home
August 19, 2016 at 20:33
Canada is not the United States. No pastor has been arrested in the U.S. for standing in the pulpit and saying homosexuality is a sin. That’s the way it is on this planet.
August 19, 2016 at 20:38
David, are you slow or do you intentionally deflect every comment made to you. Duh, I get Canada is not the US. I am Christian, not stupid. It is fact that pastors there have faced legal action for that, and is likely the way we are headed here.
It is also fact every single thing I said about kids in school, but I notice that is glaringly absent from your words.
I said in the future most likely it looks like its headed that way because Christians in the USA are beginning to experience persecution. Mind you not all but the waves are coming in, in more rapid succession.
August 19, 2016 at 20:54
Here you go Davis two teachers arrested for praying in school.
Intentionally deflect your comments? YOU all brought up Canada. I didn’t. I just responses to the Canada comment by pointing out that that this is not Canada. Yes, that matters.
You can imagine all of the horrible things you want. Call me when it actually happens.
Well, I’m going to need your spaceship to go to your planet to pick you up so you can come and see it.
August 19, 2016 at 20:56
Are teachers students?
August 19, 2016 at 20:59
Zoom..and down the trail David goes, where it stops NOBODY knows!
Does it matter…they got arrested for praying.
Spaniard, spare me the clips from Faux News. Show me a courtroom transcript where all of the relevant information is available. Give me all of the information about a particular legal case? All the facts, all of the evidence.
Oops, there went the goal post!
David, you are done on this thread.
Spaniard can chase you around until the end of time for all I care.
But, again I owe you a debt for proving the point of what I have written.
Your flailing against God does more to prove His existence that anything I could ever say.
August 19, 2016 at 21:20
You can take a horse to the water supply but you can’t make it drink it.
August 19, 2016 at 21:01
What trial, Wally? Be specific. What are you talking about here?
August 19, 2016 at 21:19
I didn’t move the goal posts. I just ask for some unbiased data. Surely, you don’t just the media to get it right, do you? Asking for more data isn’t moving anything.
We were talking about students praying. The Spaniard switched the game to teachers praying. The Spaniard moved the goal posts.
I said that pastors have not been arrested for preaching from the pulpit that homosexuality is a sin. The Spaniard switched this to some sort of bible study situation. The Spaniard moved the goal posts.
What about my question?
Why do you support drowning puppies?
It’ simple, just answer it, David
August 19, 2016 at 21:27
August 19, 2016 at 21:22
Does it matter that they are teachers? Yes. Teachers are authority figures paid by the state.
Is there an answer David?
August 19, 2016 at 21:23
My question, David?
David, you argument proves you know nothing. You understand that booster clubs are private organizations, right. Last time I checked, being paid by the government didn’t restrict employees from practicing their faith in a private venue. To do so would actually violate the establishment clause you hold so dear.
Now, my question.
Why do you support drowning puppies, David?
August 19, 2016 at 21:24
You want me to drink from Faux News? That could kill a horse. Just give me a trial transcript. That’s how we decide these things in the country. In court. Not on TV.
August 19, 2016 at 21:31
You’re one stubborn horse, I can truly say that. All I can say David then stay thirsty. I’m done, once a horse kicks you better get another one.
August 19, 2016 at 21:32
Well, I guess no answer to my question.
I have to assume that you support drowning puppies, probably kittys too.
I say that because, well gosh David, you never specifically said you were against it. So, if you never said you were against it…then you must be for it, right?
Sound familiar David?
August 19, 2016 at 21:47
Spaniard. Final word on this. I still don’t see a case involving a kid standing outside of school saying a private prayer. As I’ve said, yes, there are restrictions in public places, but I think that you are jumping head of the game and imagining some restrictions which don’t actually exist.
Ultimately, these cases are decided in court. The courts decide what is constitutional. Not me, not you, not Faux News, not individual schools. If the school made a constitutional error, then it will be corrected and held accountable. Just wait to see how some of these cases play out before jumping to worst case scenarios.
In many of these cases, it may be the Supreme Court that decides. After the Supreme Court has ruled and after the Supreme Court has denied you your First Amendment rights, then you can tell me all about the persecution and the poor kiddies. Til then, try to relax a little.
August 19, 2016 at 21:58
Final word more like a book…. lol. Here is my final word..BYE
August 19, 2016 at 21:49
Puppies. Sigh. Wally, I’m ever so sorry that I ever did anything that would ever make anyone think for even one moment that you support clerics leading prayers in school.
August 20, 2016 at 06:42
FYI. Not trying to start anything, just FYI.
As you all suggested, I did some googling. I went to the U.S. Department of Education website, and I typed in “religious speech” in the search box. The first item to pop up was “Guidance on Constitutionally Preotected Prayer in the Public Schools.” I think that if you read this document, you may be reassured.
While some incident of “banning” may begin with some pricipal failing to understand these guidelines, it ain’t over until the federal government sings. You haven’t lost the right to do X until the Feds say you’ve lost the right to do X.
August 20, 2016 at 07:23
Not to be contentious on your FYI but I call hogwash on it
If some principal does that then until if and when said instance is “officially” resolved the student in question has been effectively banned.
August 20, 2016 at 07:35
FYI? Not trying to start anything, just FYI.
As you suggested, I did some googling. I went to the U.S. Department of Education website, and I entered “religious speech” in the search box. The first thing that came up was “Guidelines on Constitutionally Protected Prayer in the Public Schools.” I think that if you read this, you may be reassured.
A principal may say that some activity is “banned,” but this is just a starting point. The principal can simply be wrong. In these matters, it ain’t over until the federal government sings. That’s why these guidelines are important. You can’t say that you’ve been denied the right to do X, until the Feds say you don’t have the right to X. For example, these guidelines make it clear that a kid can say a private prayer in school.
August 20, 2016 at 07:37
Sorry for the double post. At first it looked like my comment hadn’t posted, so I tried again.
August 20, 2016 at 07:46
I see that you don’t want to be reassured.
It’s not hogwash at all. Not at all.
People make mistakes. People are falsely arrested and students are wrongly suspended. It happens. What matters is the ultimate outcome. What matters, in the end, is that a certain right exists, and a given pricipal cannot take that right away. You can’t say that you don’t have the right to do X or that you are being persecuted for doing X just because a pricipal made a mistake. Again, you don’t lose the right to do X until the Feds say that you don’t have that right.
This discussion began with a set of rhetorical questions. Can a student pray outside before the bell rings, etc. It is clear that the answer to these questions is yes.
Ok David, you know what hyperbole is I assume? Just a wee bit there.
Now, to get serious. Yes, the open exercise of the Christian faith is in fact banned daily all over this country. It is simple fact that many have taken the clause from our Constitution regarding the establishment of religion to mean that no practice of religion is permissible in any government place.
The problem is, the establishment clause also includes that the government cannot restrict the free practice of religion.
You understand that in some places students cannot even open their Bibles in school? That they cannot talk to other children about it? Or pray together and privately before or after school?
That is not our constitution, David.
You also realize that it may come to a day when certain things cannot even be verbally opposed without it being a crime?
Kind of gets back to the point of the meme, and I close with one comment of yours.
“Snow White just isn’t significant enough to ban.”
Smartest thing you ever said on this blog. Amen
August 19, 2016 at 20:30
Just to be clear…the hyperbole was that the Bible has been banned in many states? This was the hyperbole?
Glad to see that you find one of my statements to be “smart.” Here’s another smart statement.
When millions of people believe that something is true, and they act on that belief, it doesn’t make their beliefs correct. It quite possible for millions of people to believe in things that aren’t so or didn’t happen. You may not be able to ignore them, but that doesn’t make their beliefs true.
August 19, 2016 at 20:35
Just to be clear, just to be clear, just to be clear…do you have that on auto paste, David? It’s your fall back when you are getting ready to run down a trail.
How about you address comments made to you, as NOTHING you said addresses anything in this thread, but is just another chance for you to preach atheism.
Get back on track or get lost.
August 19, 2016 at 20:42
Where is a student unable to even open a Bible in school? Where can’t a kid stand outside a school and say a private prayer?
Yes, there are restrictions when we talk about what happens in taxpayer supported schools. Are you familiar with the phrase “not the venue?” You really want the local Muslim cleric leading prayers in you kid’s school? Good grief, Wally, the world is full of restrictions on what you can and cannot say in schools. I can’t stand in front of a class and praise Satan, either. You don’t see me complaining that I can’t practice my faith openly.
No one is stopping you from believing as you wish. When it come to fundamentalist Christians, I’ve never known a group to be so powerful and so well protected and yet so adamant that they are being persecuted.
August 19, 2016 at 20:52
David…google it. Do you own research.
Really? So you just ignore the part where I told you my thought on government sponsored religion? Of course you did.
I NEVER made any complaints about people leading prayer in school. NEVER. For you to imply that I did is simply a falsification.
Those Muslim kids? When they want to gather together before school and pray? All for it, as our constitution says they can. Kid want to read the Koran during free reading time? All for it as our constitution says they can. Muslim kid want to tell the kid on the playground about Allah? Eh…rather not see it, but the Constitution says they can.
August 19, 2016 at 20:47
I say just to be clear, because you have “you worded what I said” on auto paste. I have to say “just to be clear,” because I know that will claim that I “reworded” or deliberately misinterpreted what you said. You give me no choice but to say…just to be clear.
I’ve been addressing the meme all along. Where did I fail to address the meme?
David..fact. You do reword posters comments to say what you want. You just have. You argued with me over my quite nonexistent stance about persons of authority leading prayer in schools
By default, when you argue with me about it, you imply I actually said it or feel that way.
So, David, it is fact that you reword what others say to meet your own ends.
August 19, 2016 at 20:51
Sorry, should read “you have “you reworded what I said” on auto paste.”
August 19, 2016 at 21:14
Well, Wally, you didn’t actually say that you opposed clerics leading prayers in school. And you haven’t actually shown me where a kid can’t open a Bible in school. So, it’s a little hard to understand or keep track of what you’re saying here.
I wasn’t trying to imply anything, I didn’t say that you said that clerics should lead prayers in school. I was just trying to point out the fact that there are restrictions…which in some cases, you apparently you favor. The question of which specific restrictions should be put in place with respect to religion in schools is an ongoing thing. It has change over time as different people have looked at the constitution in different ways. Keep in mind that the restrictions that you oppose are not necessarily directed against your particular religion, and things can swing back towards fewer restrictions in the future.
August 19, 2016 at 21:16
Hey David, off topic here, but I do have a quick question.
August 19, 2016 at 20:27
David, all you have to do is search on the internet about the rhetorical questions I asked and you will get your answers.
August 19, 2016 at 21:17
Everyone at some level knows the Bible is not just a book of fairy tales, that’s the only reason they care if anyone else reads it.
Quite a conversation here, I’m at a loss for words.
Yeah…I know! Just remember, we are the deluded ones though LOL.
August 19, 2016 at 21:30
No, it’s not just a book of fairy tales? But what is it?
If no one followed the Bible, no one would care. If millions follow it, then One has to care, even if one doesn’t believe that it’s from God. .
August 19, 2016 at 21:37
It’s the Word of God.
Millions follow it because they know it’s the Word of God.
People care because they know it’s the Word of God.
August 19, 2016 at 21:57
James. Argumentum ad populum? I’ll see your Bible, and I’ll raise you a Koran.
I understand that followers care because they think it’s the word of God, but that doesn’t explain why it would be banned. (See, Wally? I’m sticking to the meme!)
August 19, 2016 at 22:07
I’ll see your Koran and raise you I’ve ruled it out as the Word of God using the Law of Non-Contradiction.
It does explain why it’s banned David. People who don’t believe it don’t want anyone reading it because they may believe it too. It’s classic fascism and Soviet style repression of ideals.
August 19, 2016 at 22:21
Law of Non-Contradiction? Could you explain? Not sure I follow.
As to the rest, I got lost in “they”s. They may believe it too? Who is the “they?” Are you talking about believers or non-believers?
We may actually agree here. Of course, Christianity could be seen as a competing ideology, and in some political and religious systems, that’s not allowed. That is, no competition allowed. Back in the good old days, competiting ideologies were also banned in many Christian countries, but fortunately, things are more relaxed these days.
As I said, non-believers have to care about what believers believe because it affects the non-believers, too. So, that might lead to banning.
August 19, 2016 at 22:25
You do follow David, I won’t explain or answer endless mindless questions.
August 19, 2016 at 22:33
So you want me to guess what you’re referring to here? And then when I guess wrong, I assume that you’ll say I reworded or put words in your mouth?
I ask for clarification, I get fussed at. So, instead, I make assumptions, and I get fussed at. So, I go back to asking for clarification…and I get fussed at.
Sigh. What’s a boy to do?
Ok, I’ll make a guess. The Bible and Koran contradict each other, they can’t both be right, so one must be wrong. You say it’s the Koran that’s wrong. Did I guess right?
August 20, 2016 at 08:25
See David, you do understand. If that’s the case, why the act?
August 20, 2016 at 08:36
It’s not an act. I’ve long ago lost count of the number of times I’ve been told I reword or deliberately misunderstood. So, I don’t like to guess.
August 20, 2016 at 08:39
If you’ve lost count of the number of times you’ve been told something, it’s probably true.
August 20, 2016 at 09:33
Could be it’strue. And that’s why I ask for clarifications. Just trying to improve my conversational skills. But this annoys you. So, what’s a boy to do?
Or it could be that all of these claims about rewording, etc., are just a dodge to avoid dealing with what I’m saying. Could be.
Anyway, given that I understand what you are saying, any Muslim could say…I see your Bible and I raise you I’ve ruled it out as the word of God using the Law of Non-Contradiction. So, I’ve just proven that the Bible is not the word of God.
And of course, it could well be that neither the Bible or the Koran provide us with the words of God.
Oops, meant too
August 20, 2016 at 05:28
August 20, 2016 at 07:21
August 20, 2016 at 07:48
Hey, James, did I guess right?
August 19, 2016 at 22:46
Amen to that!!😺
August 20, 2016 at 05:29
August 20, 2016 at 11:52
August 20, 2016 at 07:47
You can’t remove God from any institution – schools, libraries, etc. Taking bibles out of libraries and bookstores aren’t going to stop people from reading God’s word. Banning prayer from school events and other public areas isn’t going to stop people from doing it.
God is everywhere. He is (still) in our schools, He is in our libraries, He is in our homes and churches and businesses. He is EVERYWHERE.
August 20, 2016 at 07:50
Amen friend and well said
August 20, 2016 at 07:53
Well, then theirs no need to worry about the “banning,” right?
August 20, 2016 at 07:54
Oops. “There’s,” not “theirs.”
August 20, 2016 at 08:07
Well…I usually stay out of this mess, but I guess I will make an exception to this. In the defense of David, the Bible has not been officially banned from any state (as far as I know) at this particular point and time.
Now, as for David, he knows he’s just yanking some chains and getting the attention he so desires. He is apparently not stupid and knows full well that attempts ARE being made in some states to have all exposure to the Bible banned from any type of public existence.
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August 20, 2016 at 08:14
Yep I concur with that my friend
Back I even acknowledged up front the hyperbole in the post
You jump on in any time you feel compelled to 😊
August 20, 2016 at 08:31
Patrick, thanks for offering at least a little bit of support. Actually, I don’t know what’s going on in various states. I do know that “attempt” does not equal “accomplished.” Anyone can try anything. Doesn’t mean that they will succeed.
What I’m trying to do is suggest that some fears may be slightly exaggerated, some folks may be getting ahead of current realities, and some claims that the right to do X has been denied are premature. Oh, I may try to yank a chain from time to time, but that’s not what I’m trying to do when I offer, what I hope, is some reassurance. I really am trying to reassure and I really am trying to point out that the answer to the question of whether or not a kid can pray in school is…yes. No yanked chains here.
August 20, 2016 at 08:33
Oh, and Wally? How is one supposed to know that something is “hyperbole” and not a statement of your position?
August 21, 2016 at 08:31
Well, Wally, it looks like things have quieted down here, so I thought I’d take this opportunity to change the subject and pass along some good news. Just as you have hoped, the Spirit has spoken to me. The Spirit has spoken, and now I know. Now I understand. Now I see that it’s a waste of my time to post comments at blog sites.
You were right to ask me why I post comments. Now I see the light. I’m wasting my time. It’s taken far to long for me to see this, but the data are now ovewhelming, and the conclusion inescapable. Yes, it is indeed “beat, beat, beat,” and I don’t have much time left. So I’m going on the “don’t post comments on blog sites” wagon, and this time, I’m staying on. I’ve fallen of the wagon before, but no more. Clearly, I should find something more productive to do with my time.
I’m filling you in on the good news, because I do owe you a thank you for allowing me to post comments here. Many of your fellow travelers are not so generous, so I don’t take what you done here for granted. So, danke. Anyway, so long and suum cuique.
August 21, 2016 at 08:51
Well thanks for the Latin lesson, as I had to look that up. Interesting.
I honestly hope you will keep reading, and ponder the things you see here.
Peace to you friend.
September 6, 2016 at 14:52
Remember the days when Gideon Bible was put in each room of the hotel. Where is the world going?
September 6, 2016 at 15:11
Well, it seems to be racing to the finish to me. That’s where it’s going. Thanks for reading and commenting and welcome to my place!
September 6, 2016 at 15:17
I hope it is the “it gets worse before it gets better.” Can we live to see the better?
September 6, 2016 at 15:22
That’s an interesting question. I suppose that is much influenced by one’s views of the end times. But, no matter whether we are here for the worst or not, we will get brand new resurrected bodies someday and live forever with our Lord!
September 6, 2016 at 15:23
Amen to that!
September 6, 2016 at 14:57
Some of the motels and hotels still have them hidden in a drawer.
September 6, 2016 at 15:12
I got asked once to work with the Gideon’s work. It’s very time demanding, and at the time I just didn’t have the time. They do a good work.
September 15, 2016 at 16:13
Reblogged this on James1948's Blog.
September 15, 2016 at 16:18
Thanks for sharing brother James
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