Sold out for a pot of porridge. Someone either sold …

Comment on Strumming the Attached Strings by Bill Eichner.

Sold out for a pot of porridge. Someone either sold us out ignorantly or purposely. Take your pick. If ignorantly, then they are incompetent in the extreme. If purposely, their status as an SDA needs to be removed. Either way they should be shown the door to the unemployment office.


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LSU graduate comments on LSU conflict
It never ceases to amaze me that pastors, so called, can be so confused. Blake throws around the term, “present truth” in such a twisted way. Present truth was never intended to defend a drawing away from truth but instead to enhance Biblical truths. Nothing is more plainly taught in Scripture than the short age of our earth and that God created it in six days, resting on the seventh. I am saddened to learn Blake is a youth pastor. How many young minds is he left to influence with error?

New NAD president: ‘I love you’ doesn’t mean we won’t deal with issues
When Jackson said:

“I’ll tell you why I have no softness [on this issue]. A precious child of mine, many years ago, went through an Adventist institution and had some challenges. I have no difficulty understanding the angst of parents; and my commitment is to do all I can to assist whoever is dealing with the issue to bring it resolution.”

It tells me that he has experienced some things that we have been seeing for all too along. It takes people who have been through the mire to understand. I believe he does. There appears to be a resolution on the horizon at last.

Spectrum’s use of the word “allegedly” caught my attention also. Certainly they know what is being taught at LSU as well as the rest of us. Using such phraseology is deception and deceiving is lying. Have they no shame? Don’t they realize that there will come a time when they will have to give an account for such as this? Pointedly, Heaven or Hell? Which?