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CaballeroKid Wrote: May 11, 2012 3:07 PM
Thank you, Jane. I absolutely agree with your comment. It is reasonable people such as yourself that will heal the very gap our author, Mr. Blackwell is talking about.
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Evangelicals Will Rally for Romney

CaballeroKid Wrote: May 11, 2012 3:02 PM
So, one of the central requirements for being a Christian is that you not believe that God the Father does not have a tangible body. Could you show me the biblical basis for your definitions or for these rules? I don't recall ever seeing such definitions in the Bible. And I always thought that what made somebody a Christian was accepting Christ as Savior and Lord. But I guess that doesn't cut it. We are saved not by grace, but by grace-and-not-believing-that-God-the-Father-has-a-body. Where does the Bible teach that? Doesn't it make you slightly uncomfortable to add to the word of God, and to add "proper" theology as a requirement for salvation?
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CaballeroKid Wrote: May 11, 2012 2:59 PM
I would like to see your reasoning for claiming that the Latter-day Saints, who accept the four gospels as historically accurate, who believe that the earthly life of Jesus Christ is the center of human history, who declare that no one can be saved except through the atoning sacrifice of Christ, who believe him to be the divine Son of God, who regard him as sinless, who revere him as their Lord and Master, are not Christians. I would like to see your definition of the term "Christian," with the biblical justification for it, and I want to know the biblical basis upon which you claim the right to exclude me, my family, my friends, and my fellow believers from the saving grace of Jesus.
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Evangelicals Will Rally for Romney

CaballeroKid Wrote: May 11, 2012 2:56 PM
Now there is the move to ostracize the CINOs, or Christian in name only, calling Mormons a cult, obviously so insecure in their faith that they feel the need to deride others of theirs. When you elitists get done hacking away at those who don't fit into your narrow view of what constitutes conservative principals, you may end up with about 15% of the electorate. If you have a hankering for four-letter insults that convey little meaning but a lot of contempt, "cult" is a wonderful word. Go ahead and use it, if it will make you feel better.
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Evangelicals Will Rally for Romney

CaballeroKid Wrote: May 11, 2012 2:53 PM
What a wonderful article, Mr. Blackwell. I really enjoyed reading the contrast and vision that you shared regarding Obama's view of the state vs family. Well crafted. Bravo! I hope and pray that evangelicals will rally around the flag and vote for Romney. Being a friend of the Romney family, I am confident in saying that I can ensure you that Mitt Romney will be surprisingly more conservative than what the MSM has made him out to be. I hope he chooses the likes of a conservative/minority like Rubio who will also help the TeaParty and extreme right fall behind Romney. When someone like a Rubio or Jindall debates the likes of Biden...I think public opinion will sway dramatically! Vote Romney and let's get this economy back on track!
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