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  • Re: Logos for the Layman! Wow! Peter and Jesus and Love – Be Advised! – This is A Longer Post!

    Thanks for sharing a bit about yourself. Yes, I reside south of the border. I retired in North Carolina (Smokey Mountains) I too have been blessed with an opportunity to spend more time in my Bible studies, since retirement. It sounds as though you have a wonderful family, and that you are very proud of them ...as you should be. God's Blessings to you
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Mon, Nov 1 2010
  • Re: Logos for the Layman! Wow! Peter and Jesus and Love – Be Advised! – This is A Longer Post!

    [quote user="Milford Charles Murray"]What you perceived me to say is exactly what you understood![/quote] Thanks so much for that ... Ummm ... Clarification. I have a personal question. Did you ever study Law?
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Mon, Nov 1 2010
  • Re: Logos for the Layman! Wow! Peter and Jesus and Love – Be Advised! – This is A Longer Post!

    [quote user="Milford Charles Murray"]Let the thread then die -- when it does -- with that mutual respect! *smile*[/quote] I think we may need to do an original language study on the passage above. I didn't get the impression that Mel was calling for an immediate end to the thread. I understood him to be asking that it remain respectful until it Did
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Mon, Nov 1 2010
  • Re: Logos for the Layman! Wow! Peter and Jesus and Love – Be Advised! – This is A Longer Post!

    [quote user="Milford Charles Murray"] Not going to apologise for starting this thread, because I think many of us have benefited from it -- and all in all -- we posted responsibly and with respect.[/quote] Please don't apologize. I am an avid supporter of respectful discussions. I learn so much more this way than being preached to, or reading a particular
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Sun, Oct 31 2010
  • Re: Logos for the Layman! Wow! Peter and Jesus and Love – Be Advised! – This is A Longer Post!

    So....We are now all "of one mind"? Phil 1:27
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Sun, Oct 31 2010
  • Re: Logos for the Layman! Wow! Peter and Jesus and Love – Be Advised! – This is A Longer Post!

    [quote user="George Somsel"] [quote user="Abi Gail"] OK ...This has gotten to the spectator sport stage. I'm gonna go make some popcorn [/quote] Make that a double batch. [/quote] Are you a prophet? this is certainly a double bagger!
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Sun, Oct 31 2010
  • Re: Book of Revelation- Historic Premil

    Our original conversation was about the Preface to Romans...Not Galatians. He did write one for Galatians. (as well as James,Jude, and Revelation)...all pale in comparison to his Romans Preface. I can just imagine that he was at that "First Love" state while studying Romans. It is My understanding that It was his study of Romans that prompted him to
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Sun, Oct 31 2010
  • Re: Book of Revelation- Historic Premil

    Good Morning Mel; Did you find time to re-visit Luther's "Preface to Romans"...as you had hoped?
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Sun, Oct 31 2010
  • Re: Book of Revelation- Historic Premil

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Abi Gail"]Mel mentioned Reformation Day. I posted a daily reading (devotional if you will) that expanded on that fact.[/quote] Reformation day is a significant day in liturgical calendars and is clearly relevant to Logos. I have trouble, however, thinking that those who celebrate Reformation day are not focused
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Sat, Oct 30 2010
  • Re: Book of Revelation- Historic Premil

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Abi Gail"]It was the demoralized nature of the papacy[/quote] I think you misspoke. Don't you mean "the demoralized nature of Rodrigo Borgia a.k.a. Pope Alexander VI"? [/quote] No, I didn't misspeak. "Demoralized Leaders" was the title the writers gave the article.The allusion to the Demoralized Nature of the Papacy
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Sat, Oct 30 2010
  • Re: Logos for the Layman! Wow! Peter and Jesus and Love – Be Advised! – This is A Longer Post!

    OK ...This has gotten to the spectator sport stage. I'm gonna go make some popcorn
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Sat, Oct 30 2010
  • Re: Book of Revelation- Historic Premil

    [quote user="Matthew C Jones"] I first comprehended this while reading Chuck Colson's book "The Body"[/quote] I will add it to my list....But OHHHHHH the list is so long.
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Sat, Oct 30 2010
  • Re: Book of Revelation- Historic Premil

    Dear Brother Jones: I do not disagree with anything you say. We are polishing different facets of the same precious stone. I did not set out to bash Catholics. Mel mentioned Reformation Day. I posted a daily reading (devotional if you will) that expanded on that fact. I do not presume to state that any denomination is purer than another. Far from it
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Sat, Oct 30 2010
  • Re: Book of Revelation- Historic Premil

    [quote user="Matthew C Jones"] And You and Hugo and Mead and McDowell will be hard pressed to find that quote in any Bible, regardless of which cannon you choose. [/quote] Point taken, However, I did find some pretty mushy poetry. Song 2:1-2 "I am the rose of Sharon, The lily of the valleys." 2 "Like a lily among the thorns, So is my darling among the
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Sat, Oct 30 2010
  • Re: Book of Revelation- Historic Premil

    [quote user="Milford Charles Murray"]REFORMATION DAY[/quote] Demoralized Leaders October 30 October 31, 1517 is the best-known date in Protestant history—the day Martin Luther nailed his convictions to the Wittenberg door. But an incident that happened 16 years before helps us understand Luther’s boldness. Rodrigo Borgia was named a cardinal in 1456
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Sat, Oct 30 2010
  • Re: Book of Revelation- Historic Premil

    [quote user="Matthew C Jones"] [quote user="K.J."]That which we call a Rose, By any other name, Would smell as Sweet. [/quote] The Complete Works of William Shakespeare [/quote] The Bible is special. It is unique. No other book has any such credentials. No other book even comes close. “England has two books, the Bible and Shakespeare. England made Shakespeare
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Sat, Oct 30 2010
  • Re: Sin

    1 Cor 10:13
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Fri, Oct 29 2010
  • Re: Sin

    HHHMMMmmm~~~
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Fri, Oct 29 2010
  • Re: Again? Sigh!

    [quote user="tfjern"] Hey, Abi Gail , this forum is not the place to broadcast to the world that you have PMS. [/quote] Oh, You have misunderstood my intent. I was praising Logos for the scope of their resources.
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Fri, Oct 29 2010
  • Re: Again? Sigh!

    I searched Logos for PMS. They didn't let me down. Premenstrual syndrome (commonly known as PMS) includes a wide variety of physical and psychological symptoms that may recur during the menstrual cycle. Traits such as being argumentative, combative, angry, and vexing (Prov. 21:19) are commonplace. Thomas Nelson, I. (1997). Woman's study Bible . Nashville
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Fri, Oct 29 2010
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