Prove IT!HELP PEOPLE TO UNDERSTAND ...
That an approved relationship with God is possible only through Jesus Christ.
That deliverance from sin and death is possible only through faith in Jesus Christ.
That Gods will is for all to acknowledge Jesus as Lord, not merely by calling him Lord but by keeping his commandments.
That what the Bible says about Jesus Christ is true but that much of what Christendom teaches about him distorts the facts.
FRANKFORT, Ky. - The state would create rules for teaching about the Bible in public high schools under a bill filed Monday by three Democratic senators.
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#112460 Sep 5, 2013
You took your outsiders test and concluded there is no God.
I , on the other hand took God's test and based on His many positive responses God convinced me of his existence.
No more need be said.
Since: Aug 10
#112461 Sep 5, 2013
The Bible is a book about our Father in Heaven and the dealings of a group of people with Him. Keep the context in mind. Do you really think the God that created us approves freedom of religion? I hope you don't think this. So why would you expect His prophet to be cool with them worshipping something they created instead of the God that created them and delivered them recently from bondage? This wasn't America. There was no democracy there.
You seem to fail the outsider test here because you can't fathom that if there is a creator, He might get mad if you worship a statue of something else.
#112462 Sep 5, 2013
I actually don't have a problem with the Pledge being said in school. I deem the Pledge more along the lines of Patriotism or a Patriotic Poem rather than that of a Prayer. You are pledging allegiance to the flag,,,, not a god.
#112463 Sep 5, 2013
Does God say anything about discipline of children? hum, seems I do recall something about sparing the rod and spoiling the child, I don't recall anything of a 'time-out'
#112464 Sep 5, 2013
There's tons of hypocrites every where, every day. Not my problem. I try to live by MOST of the ethical and moral codes I expect of myself.
Grabbing the pitchforks from the hands of the bearers of and turning their own garbage right back around on to themselves included.
So you can that reflection of your own hypocrisy back into your pocket now.
#112465 Sep 5, 2013
Centuries steeped in cultures of their own...and as we have seen over the past few years and months, they do not like just "secular leaders" as there's been quite a few. Just having "secular leaders" is not going to be the whole of changing anything either. Saddam was secular, when not flip flopping for political reason. Ghadaffi was secular...Assad isn't that far out there (religious extremist wise) and on and on.
What needs to be exampled and propogated is DEMOCRACY...with term limits..via electorial vote processes...and al the procedures that apply with such.
Iran is getting it...but yet...we want to endanger that?
And look what Israel faces EVERY day, from various radical THUG groups. The ONLY democracy in place of any duration in the region, and STILL...
But then, just look at the stupid people here in our own nation that don't even comprehend the concept sometimes.(Especially even LESS so over the past three or four years so it seems!)
#112466 Sep 5, 2013
I find it quite interesting that you consider anyone who doesn't share your point of view to be clueless, atheist, and paranoid dolts. It only proves to me that you are closed minded and refuse to uphold and acknowledge the first amendment. This bill was pretending to state that it was introduced as teaching bible literacy as an academic course, but then further stated from a supporter: she said the course teaches what the Bible says about accounts of the death and resurrection of Jesus in the New Testament. But "it is left up to the student to decide what to believe," NOTE "TEACHES WHAT THE BIBLE SAYS" These people were trying to introduce the bible as Truth! Not as any mythology class, Literary class, or anything else for that matter.
#112467 Sep 5, 2013
Look the "case bill" up.
I just copied verbatim, what it REALLY said.
In of which, I never saw anything irrational or illogical to even bother getting a feather ruffled over.
#112468 Sep 5, 2013
Some of the very BEST of the best have been educated a "Christian ideology based schools" fool.
Some History of Yale-
Yale's roots can be traced back to the 1640s, when colonial clergymen led an effort to establish a college in New Haven to preserve the tradition of European liberal education in the New World.
This vision was fulfilled in 1701, when the charter was granted for a school (Pay EXTRA close attention and TRY and read SLOWLY AND comprehend word for word now to this next part)
wherein Youth may be instructed in the Arts and Sciences [and] through the blessing of Almighty God may be fitted for Publick employment both in Church and Civil State.
YALE. About/History. YALE.edu
#112469 Sep 5, 2013
and LEARN some actual READING comprehension for a CHANGE!!!
(SO that you might get the actual REAL picture after reading the terms GUIDELINES and REGULATIONS--)
The bill calls for the Kentucky Board of Education to establish GUIDELINES for an elective course on the Bible's literary structure and its influence on "literature, art, music, mores, oratory, and public policy."
Non-sectarian courses about the Bible are already legal in Kentucky - and, according to publishers of Bible curricula, already taking place in some public schools here. But creating state REGULATIONS for them would give them ...
AS in REGULATED, as in RULES to be followed-as in NOT for "recruitment" purposes.
#112470 Sep 5, 2013
HAve you ever noticed the amazing, almost absolute perfect symmetry of work with in Leonardo Davinci's painting of the Last Supper?
Why Is the Composition Remarkable?
First, it is remarkable because the disciples are all displaying very human, identifiable emotions. "The Last Supper" had certainly been painted before. Leonardo's version, though, was the first to depict real people acting like real people.
Secondly, and of major importance -- the technical perspective in "The Last Supper" is incredible. You can see that every single element of the painting directs one's attention straight to the midpoint of the composition, Christ's head. It's arguably the greatest example of one point perspective ever created.
What Does Last Supper Depict?
"The Last Supper" is Leonardo's visual interpretation of an event chronicled in all four of the Gospels (books in the Christian New Testament). The evening before Christ was betrayed by one of his disciples, he gathered them together to eat, tell them he knew what was coming and wash their feet (a gesture symbolizing that all were equal under the eyes of the Lord). As they ate and drank together, Christ gave the disciples explicit instructions on how to eat and drink in the future, in remembrance of him. It was the first celebration of the Eucharist, a ritual still performed.
Specifically, "The Last Supper" depicts the next few seconds in this story after Christ dropped the bombshell that one disciple would betray him before sunrise, and all 12 reacted to the news with different degrees of horror, anger and shock.
Esaak,S. "The Last Supper' by Leonardo da Vinci". 10 Common Questions About 'The Last Supper' Answered. Art History. About.com . Last accessed 9/5/2013.
#112471 Sep 5, 2013
I have NEVER witnessed ANYONE trying to "force religion" on children in ANY school I've ever attended OR worked at ever.
MOST people have FAR more sense than THAT extremeness.
And I don't slurp up any sort of "she said he said" either.
CITE and Prove your Written SOURCE, or just don't even bother...because I'll just deem it myself as garbage for the TRASH bins.
#112472 Sep 5, 2013
stuck in a lodi wrote:
That has never been in question Jerry. What is in question is whether or not introducing religious classes as an elective in Public School is indeed breaking or defying the Constitution of the United States of America.
You are the one saying that I'm wrong Sista, So how about you cite Your Proof and Sources! Prove to me and everyone that the bill in question is now a reality! You can't, because it's not. I don't just comment about something unless I have done research on the matter and have sources and proof to back up my claims....UNLIKE YOU! you get half the story and then run with it as if you know all the details, Clearly you Don't, otherwise this bill would be a reality and a landmark of other suits would follow in every state to allow the same in their Public Schools!
#112473 Sep 5, 2013
And btw-YOU have NO idea what I pledge allegiance to, or HOW I pray.
I was referencing and poking fun at a court case ABOUT the Patriotic Pledge of Allegiance and the PROBLEM that SOME (Not all) godless atheists have with it.
You're certainly entitled to your opinion on the Pledge, and the court case referenced, biut you are NOT entitled to say or asssume ANYTHING as far as what ANYONE else thinks. NO one does, Unless they have some sort of explicit interview rights to do so, in correct manner and exact quoted form of (or face LIABLE and Slander charges).
So as far as the rest of YOUR inane, INEPT babble--
I think YOU should just shut your Ignorant mouth posts, when it comes to OTHER things that YOU would have absolutely ZERO, Nada and NO idea about.
#112474 Sep 5, 2013
and why I rather doubt that-especially any time in the near future-
And please read the responses the first time, because I will NOT answer your questions, respond to again, or even change my opinion. No matter how you might try and goad.
#112475 Sep 5, 2013
Yes you get that much information from the thread topic Sista... and that's as far as your research went! Heads up Sista, More was said than just what you copied from the thread topic. Again, If there was no threat or question of it's intention, the bill would have passed senate, and house immediately, thus far... it still hasn't been assigned to any committee for consideration! Might I add that proposal was introduced in February 9th, 2010 !!!
#112476 Sep 5, 2013
Put up, or Shut the Fac Up Sista, Your opinion means nothing!
#112477 Sep 5, 2013
I ALREADY did.
The ORIGINAL article.
NOT only are you a blatant twisted hypocrite-you are an illiterate, ignorant, WRONG one at that.
#112478 Sep 5, 2013
Learn reading comprehension you clueless simpleton, I never said anything in reference to how YOU or anyone else feels in my post. You and everyone else is entitled to your opinion, but when stating such, state it as your opinion and not fact!
The only person showing their ignorance here is you,,, your lack of reading comprehension, your inability to use the dictionary, and your constant misuse of words and their meanings. Last, but not least, your incessant, non stop whining , babbling and baby talk!
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