It’s clear enough that LSU will not change or even …

Comment on LSU responds to Adventist Review article by Thomas.

It’s clear enough that LSU will not change or even face the issue without calling foul. We need to move on and start the process of closing LSU. I plea with you to understand what I am saying:

For the SDA there is NO debate about the 7 day creation, it is a fact and not a leap of faith. So there is no reason to debate it here. The debate we should be having is how to remove this tumor. I say we should close the school, tear down all the building and sell it.

Please understand evolution is a ploy by satan to turn the minds and souls away from God. As the Remnant Church we can not allow satan’s lies to grow in one of our schools.

I understand no-one wants to hurt anyone’s feelings, we all want to see LSU change it ways and be in line with our beliefs. Sadly that is not going to happen, we will dance around this issue for years and never gain an inch. Debating with LSU is useless. So I again call for closing LSU.

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LSU responds to Adventist Review article

Again, they’re talking about addressing the situation but they never DO anything of value.
Some one mentioned the need to shut the school down. I don’t think that’s necessary, what needs to happen is a complete purge of administration and science faculty.  

Doing a complete purge would be very hard if not impossible, remember LSU in is California.


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@Lawrence Geraty, I can understand now why LSU is off track.

Sir, I am sorry but there is no liberal, or conservative SDA, that is a myth. We either accept SDA as it is or we don’t belong. Nor is there a ‘fundamentalist wing of the church’, we either accept the bible or we don’t. Sir, we (SDA) believe the Bible is the only Truth, and you have many doubts about that which means you are in the wrong church.


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Praise God, something is happening!!! Educate truth doesn’t support my view that the school should be closed down.

LSU response will be ‘nothing’, business as normal. This action will mean nothing to them. In thier view we are the lost ones and we need to catch up to the ‘real world’ religions.


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Disclaimer: My comments does not represent the views or opinions of Educate Truth

First: @Geanna Dane I tried to see your side of the issue and frankly, I think you are wrong in your view of what was said in the videos. In a nut shell, the overall theme of both videos is that a change is needed, like upgrading from Adventist v1.0 to Adventist v2.0.

Second: I believe the only way to save this situation is to fire all the employees, refund student’s accounts, level and completely remove all the buildings, side walks, etc. and the land given away. Educate Truth does not approve of this view, I guess they are hoping things can change but I find that view to be very naïve and almost childish. LSU will not change, doesn’t these videos prove that…

Third: Where is the Board? As a group, do they know what is happening? If not, why? If yes, than why allow it to continue…

Lastly: @educatetruth.com We need to face the truth. A cat is a cat and a dog is a dog we need to call it for what it is. What truly is happening at LSU is that satan has a hold; his views are spreading like the wind. That is why closing the school is the only action to end it. The Adventist family is close-knit, and we might have friends that would suffer if the school is closed; closing the school would be very painful to all of us. It is a bitter pill but what we saw in those videos was a little peek into the class that the Board ordered to explain SDA view, and well…


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If this website truly wanted to end what was happening at LSU, a debate would be held on one of the forums to form a strategy to end this, instead of repeating things we already known.