The Bible Is Your Infallible Authority

The Bible Is Your Infallible Authority

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#1 Jan 15, 2013
This is true to those that know how remarkable God's word is to by choice believed, accepted and lived by, never adding or taking away one part of the Divine Purpose and Authority Our Lord in His Master Plan left with each and every one of us.
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#2 Jan 15, 2013
For the word of God is living and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to division of SOUL and SPIRIT, and of Joints, and Marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart. Hebrews 4:12
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Lansing, WV

#3 Jan 15, 2013
----ISAIAH 55:10-11----For as the rain comes down and the snow from heaven, And do not return there, But water the earth, And make it bring forth and bud, That it may give SEED to the SOWER And bread to the eater, So shall My WORD be that goes forth from My mouth; It shall not return to Me void, But it shall accomplish what I please, And it shall prosper in the things for which I sent it. ----Glory and Praise to the Living God----

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#4 Jan 15, 2013
listen wrote:
This is true to those that know how remarkable God's word is to by choice believed, accepted and lived by, never adding or taking away one part of the Divine Purpose and Authority Our Lord in His Master Plan left with each and every one of us.
Not at all. Common sense, logic, reason, rationale, equality, Scientific Understanding, knowledge, and above all, REALITY, are my infallible authorities. You can't go wrong living the only life that you are guarenteed by these tenants.

"Properly read, the Bible is the most potent force for Atheism ever conceived."
--Isaac Asimov
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Lansing, WV

#5 Jan 15, 2013
God can do a good work in all of us, if we summit our HEARTS, SOULS and MINDS to only Him in all he has in store for US. He has no respect of men. What God can and will do for one, he is willing to do for all. Find the PEACE of GOD we all need.
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Lansing, WV

#6 Jan 15, 2013
FDG wrote:
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Not at all. Common sense, logic, reason, rationale, equality, Scientific Understanding, knowledge, and above all, REALITY, are my infallible authorities. You can't go wrong living the only life that you are guarenteed by these tenants.
"Properly read, the Bible is the most potent force for Atheism ever conceived."
--Isaac Asimov
I respect your belief and wish not to argue the FACTS. Science indeed go hand and hand with the Word of God. In the beginning was the WORD and since He created the Universe and all that exist within the inner and outer boundaries of it's amazing size. Scientist can't even get a true measurement on it. This in itself tells us there is definitely a supernatural force behind even all the Scientific studies abroad the world. God created even the purpose for Science and has tried over the centuries to convince man that He is and has always been the force behind it. Atheism comes to those that because of choices. If they can't figure out what seems to be the unbelievable truth to them, they are sure to look upon the Holy Bible as not needed to verify their existence.---Isaac Asimov--- of course was a non-believer like many on this earth. It is a choice and we know who gives us our choices. Mankind is given FREEWILL, and for this I will not argue intensely over it, but will say: what I believe is in a Supreme Being, and as I type this, Scientific evidence is pointing to signs of a possibly Power-Force of some kind behind everything. I choose to believe like many. It is GOD, the POWER SOURCE and has always been. Thanks for your comment and opinion.
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Lansing, WV

#7 Jan 15, 2013
BY THE WORD OF THE LORD THE HEAVENS WERE MADE, AND ALL THE HOST OF THEM BY THE BREATH OF HIS MOUTH. -PSALM 33:6 -

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#8 Jan 15, 2013
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What God can and will do for one, he is willing to do for all.
Is he willing to heal amputees? He supposedly heals EVERYONE else, but not a single time in recorded history has he healed the limb of an amputee.

Why not? Why do they get the shaft while others get to experience the miracle cures?

The only conclusion that a reasonable, rational person could come to is that that your god, like all gods, is imaginary.

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#9 Jan 15, 2013
listen wrote:
This is true to those that know how remarkable God's word is to by choice believed, accepted and lived by, never adding or taking away one part of the Divine Purpose and Authority Our Lord in His Master Plan left with each and every one of us.
Amen Listen........we live each day with the reality of God being real. Good thread, thanks for making it. One word of advice......post to those who will listen, and those who are not provoking.

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#10 Jan 15, 2013
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<quoted text>I respect your belief and wish not to argue the FACTS. Science indeed go hand and hand with the Word of God. In the beginning was the WORD and since He created the Universe and all that exist within the inner and outer boundaries of it's amazing size.
This is NOT science and is not supported by an any scientific fact. It is actually of the opposite of what Science knows to be true, therefore science and religious beliefs do not go hand in hand.
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Scientist can't even get a true measurement on it.
They have a better measure on it than throwing their hands up in the air, shrugging their shoulders and proclaiming, "I don't know how it works...a god must be responsible". This is why religion is counterproductive. It teaches you to quit searching for actual answers. The reason Science understands it more and more each day is evident by the fact that we continue to ask questions and search for those answers.
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This in itself tells us there is definitely a supernatural force behind even all the Scientific studies abroad the world.
This, in no way, conveys that thought.
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Isaac Asimov--- of course was a non-believer like many on this earth. It is a choice and we know who gives us our choices.
Yes we do. Human beings.
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what I believe is in a Supreme Being, and as I type this, Scientific evidence is pointing to signs of a possibly Power-Force of some kind behind everything.
Really? Where? I would enjoy reading that.
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I choose to believe like many.
Why though? Why do you believe in a deity? Were you raised in a church, and if so, what kind?
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It is GOD, the POWER SOURCE and has always been. Thanks for your comment and opinion.
Which god do you think has the power. I ask this because there are over 2000 different gods on this Earth that people have imagined. I just want to make sure you and I are talking about the same one.

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#11 Jan 15, 2013
Laci Ann 7 wrote:
<quoted text>Amen Listen........we live each day with the reality of God being real.
Your view of world does not fit the definition of reality.
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Lansing, WV

#12 Jan 15, 2013
FDG wrote:
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This is NOT science and is not supported by an any scientific fact. It is actually of the opposite of what Science knows to be true, therefore science and religious beliefs do not go hand in hand.
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They have a better measure on it than throwing their hands up in the air, shrugging their shoulders and proclaiming, "I don't know how it works...a god must be responsible". This is why religion is counterproductive. It teaches you to quit searching for actual answers. The reason Science understands it more and more each day is evident by the fact that we continue to ask questions and search for those answers.
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This, in no way, conveys that thought.
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Yes we do. Human beings.
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Really? Where? I would enjoy reading that.
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Why though? Why do you believe in a deity? Were you raised in a church, and if so, what kind?
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Which god do you think has the power. I ask this because there are over 2000 different gods on this Earth that people have imagined. I just want to make sure you and I are talking about the same one.
will be back to answer you. have things to do at the moment. Thanks!

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#13 Jan 15, 2013
FDG wrote:
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Your view of world does not fit the definition of reality.
That is your opinion......

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#14 Jan 15, 2013
Laci Ann 7 wrote:
<quoted text>That is your opinion......
No, ma'am. That is a fact. Your view of the world does not fit the definition of reality.

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#15 Jan 15, 2013
Laci Ann 7 wrote:
<quoted text>That is your opinion......
I should also add that this is perfectly acceptable for you though. You are entitled to live your life in this country however you see fit, because the Constitution gives you that right, but what is not acceptable is calling it something other than what it actually is; that is where my statement stemmed from.
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Advance, NC

#16 Jan 15, 2013
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Your view of world does not fit the definition of reality.
She has faith, she doesn't need to fit any definition. If anyone can disprove God's existence why don't they do it and stop getting their panties in a wad because of those that do believe in him? I'm not a Christian but I do believe in God. It puzzles me why it seems some get frustrated because others believe in God. Since you seemed to be confused in another post, I'm talking about the God in the King James version of the bible. That's why I spelled his name with a capital G.
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Lansing, WV

#17 Jan 15, 2013
FDG wrote:
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This is NOT science and is not supported by an any scientific fact. It is actually of the opposite of what Science knows to be true, therefore science and religious beliefs do not go hand in hand.
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They have a better measure on it than throwing their hands up in the air, shrugging their shoulders and proclaiming, "I don't know how it works...a god must be responsible". This is why religion is counterproductive. It teaches you to quit searching for actual answers. The reason Science understands it more and more each day is evident by the fact that we continue to ask questions and search for those answers.
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This, in no way, conveys that thought.
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Yes we do. Human beings.
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Really? Where? I would enjoy reading that.
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Why though? Why do you believe in a deity? Were you raised in a church, and if so, what kind?
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Which god do you think has the power. I ask this because there are over 2000 different gods on this Earth that people have imagined. I just want to make sure you and I are talking about the same one.
The truth is deciding between both ways. You can't prove there isn't a GOD nor is a God. Because you can't see and touch Him, you have decided he doesn't exist. Kinda like "Tell it Like it is" someone is right and the other is wrong. Either way, Science has never found the answer, yet so many think they have the answer already. They choose to say, NO EVIDENCE, so it has to be proof, wrong. the argument will go on till He returns to bring judgment upon the earth and all that reject Him.....Do you ever question the fact, the Bible continues to be in existence, and has never been destroyed; done away with or having claims of the greatest book ever written. All True! your opinion goes along with many, but one day, the sides will be separated. The Truth will be revealed, and we will all know what is fact and what is fiction. You will either be right, or I will be right. Believe as you want, no one is stopping you. And Yes, I was raised in a Baptist Church and even as a child, always believe in one and only GOD, knowing all other gods were made up idols of men. I was one that, no one had to tell me about GOD, I already was visited by Him and later many times of having communication with Him in a Spiritual Divine setting where I felt His presence so strongly, I knew He was very real to me. He has never left my side since I was a small child. This is my experience, my truth I live with. I am Inspire daily by the Power of My Lord and Savior. He is very real to me. If I could enlighten you to all this, I would be delighted. Have Peace today

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#18 Jan 15, 2013
AtsRight wrote:
<quoted text> She has faith, she doesn't need to fit any definition.
Faith or not, you are still bound by the same rules and laws as any other person on Earth.
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If anyone can disprove God's existence why don't they do it and stop getting their panties in a wad because of those that do believe in him?
I am not trying to disprove the existance of any of the gods, for that is not my place. I am not making the claim. It is up to the person who makes the extraordinary claim to provide proof to back up their position. The burden of proof lies on the believer.
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I'm not a Christian but I do believe in God.
I am an Atheist and I believe in no gods.
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It puzzles me why it seems some get frustrated because others believe in God.
Because those people believe in a book that teaches them predjudices, hate, and bigotry and I have to share this same world with them. The same world in which they try to push their beliefs on others through the forms of indoctrination and legislation.
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Since you seemed to be confused in another post,
Not confused at all; just asking a valid question.
AtsRight wrote:
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I'm talking about the God in the King James version of the bible. That's why I spelled his name with a capital G.
Capitalizing it doesn't differentiate it. Many different gods are are referred to with a Capital G. If you wanted to be specific, you could have spelled it with a capital Y if you were refering to Yahweh and then there would have been no question.

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#19 Jan 15, 2013
listen wrote:
<quoted text>You can't prove there isn't a GOD nor is a God.
I am not trying to prove that gods don't exist. That responsibility doesn't fall upon me. You can't prove a negative. The proof that a god exists lies upon the person making the affirmative statement, which in this case, would be you.
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Because you can't see and touch Him, you have decided he doesn't exist.
This is only one of MANY MANY reasons I don't believe in any of the gods. This is just the tip of the iceburg Atheists don't worship your chosen god.
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Science has never found the answer, yet so many think they have the answer already.
Science hasn't found the answer to what? I am not sure what you are referring to here.
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They choose to say, NO EVIDENCE, so it has to be proof, wrong.
You mean like you did earlier in a previous post? I quote you here as saying, "...He created the Universe and all that exist within the inner and outer boundaries of it's amazing size. Scientist can't even get a true measurement on it. This in itself tells us there is definitely a supernatural force behind even all the Scientific studies abroad the world." You are saying here that scientists can't provide evidence, so your god has to be the proof. Ahem...in your own words, WRONG. Don't be a hypocrite.
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the argument will go on till He returns to bring judgment upon the earth and all that reject Him.
A more reasonable and logical assessment would be until religions slowly fade away as we become a more rational and reality based society.
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Do you ever question the fact, the Bible continues to be in existence, and has never been destroyed; done away with or having claims of the greatest book ever written.
There are many religious texts that can claim that very thing, with many being MUCH MUCH older than the Bible. Do you ever question whether those religions may be in ownership of the one true god? Why not?
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And Yes, I was raised in a Baptist Church and even as a child, always believe in one and only GOD, knowing all other gods were made up idols of men.
So, you don't find it the least bit interesting that if you were born in the middle east you would be a Muslim? That none of your beliefs now would matter at all and you would have the same exact feelings toward the Quran instead of the Bible? Don't you find the slightest bit of flaw in a system in which gods are not chosen on their validity, but rather than the geography in which you were born? These are things you have to honestly answer, and if you don't, you are only cheating yourself.
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Have Peace today
I have peace everyday. I find it sad that you need an outside source of strength to make it through your daily routine instead of embracing reality and living this life, the only life you are truly guaranteed, to it's fullest. I hope that someday you truly will ask yourself the hard questions and answer them honestly.
AtsRight

Advance, NC

#20 Jan 16, 2013
FDG wrote:
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Faith or not, you are still bound by the same rules and laws as any other person on Earth.
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I am not trying to disprove the existance of any of the gods, for that is not my place. I am not making the claim. It is up to the person who makes the extraordinary claim to provide proof to back up their position. The burden of proof lies on the believer.
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I am an Atheist and I believe in no gods.
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Because those people believe in a book that teaches them predjudices, hate, and bigotry and I have to share this same world with them. The same world in which they try to push their beliefs on others through the forms of indoctrination and legislation.
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Not confused at all; just asking a valid question.
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Capitalizing it doesn't differentiate it. Many different gods are are referred to with a Capital G. If you wanted to be specific, you could have spelled it with a capital Y if you were refering to Yahweh and then there would have been no question.
Congratulations. I'm so happy for you. I imagine it must be comforting to have everything figured out and to constantly be at peace the way you say you are. I'm not really trying to debate any issue with anyone because the bottom line is I don't care what you believe. I've just noticed a trend where almost every time someone mentions God in a thread, it seems to me there are some that become offended or at least argumentative. I think I understand why but I doubt that the folks I'm speaking of would agree with my assessment. Unlike some people, it doesn't bother me for other to disagree with my views. I'd end by saying "Have a good day", however, I'm sure that you already have a good day every day just like you have peace every day as you said in another post.

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