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Letter: Man’s will is always at odds with God’s will for us

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Posted: Saturday, March 1, 2014 12:00 am

The Associated Press article “Methodists torn over gay marriage,” Feb. 15, tells the tale for Christendom’s condition on the whole. A tale of unspeakable sadness for our lack of knowledge and our error. We die for our lack of knowledge and we are accountable for our error.

Christianity is under attack and not just from false religion. We can see the onslaught against the church facilitated by the religious environment of rampant apostasy and tolerance for all things intolerable.

The central issue in all Christian controversy, including homosexual marriage, is always a choice between God’s stated word and will for us and our own will for us. Our track record for making righteous choices isn’t good at all. The question is always: Will we throw out the Bible so we can do what we want? And the answer is: You betcha we will, and all in the name of love and tolerance — evidence our abortion holocaust of 63 million babies, unspeakable.

Tolerance is virtue to people with no conviction, and it is the last virtue of a totally degenerate society. The last sin for this society becomes intolerance, i.e., the judgment of sin according to God’s criterion becomes an intolerable act of intolerance toward the toleration of unrighteousness.

Without a biblical world view, i.e., an understanding that the laws of nature is God’s will revealed in nature, and that He is the source of all truth and the Law. Witness the marriage of one man (Adam) and one woman (Eve) for life, until death do us part. Anything else is merely willful vanity and we are accountable for our willful vane error.

William Van Amber Fields


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  • Ed Walters posted at 6:59 pm on Mon, Mar 3, 2014.

    the old dog Posts: 637

    Billy: Concerning Adam and Eve, a fable at best. To even give a thought that they alone populated the planet is a fable and a bad one at that. From what I understand they had two sons, Cain and Able, though I don`t know anymore than that, for what ever reason, one killed the other. After that experment with humans failed, forget humans and leave the earth to the animals. When God caught Adam eating that apple, he left them to fend for themselves, with nothing to do all day and forced out of the Garden of Eden, must have been a tough go, had to find food, water and shelter to live, how old were they, and why the fig leaf. They didn`t have mirrors so evidently they must have thought they looked alike. Did they have sex to concieve Cain and Able, by the way, what ever happened to the other son.

    You talk about Gays, though I am glad I am not one, from what I understand they were born that way,ask lady GaGa, must have been Gods choice. Here`s a question for you, with that 40 days and nights of rain, every one on earth must have parished. When the rain stopped, where did all the water go if the earth was flooded. Care to give the answers a go? Am I wrong to ask questions, and a reason I don`t go to church. As far as Mattew 7: 1 goes, judges do it every day.

  • David Diskin posted at 8:22 am on Sat, Mar 1, 2014.

    David Diskin Posts: 185

    "Tolerance is virtue to people with no conviction, and it is the last virtue of a totally degenerate society." -William Van Amber Fields

    "Judge not, that ye be not judged." -Matthew 7:1


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