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Ex-Church of Christ forum review

March 8 2008 at 8:08 PM
Ken Sublett  (no login)
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The Ex-Church of Christ forum launced an attack on those who publically repudiated Quail Springs which had publically promoted their deliberate sowing of discord to take a church of Christ for their own musical lusts.

Rather than question that they lied about each and every Bible passage and historical notice of an instrument, they saw fit to attack those who had been sorely discorded

They will not permit the use of the Bible to repudiate the false claims so we have set up a web page to debunk their false thesis. They are so judgmental because they have set up a PATTERNISM of false teachings which promotes Baptist posters and their very judgmental views which have always called The Church of Christ a Cult. The first page is here:

The next review will be the utterly false teachings to support the use of Instrumental music and blame the Pharisees for REMOVING it from the synagogues. The false accusations often stated in the hate literature is that the Church of Christ is therefore a bunch of Pharisees. We will show that Jesus called the Scribes and Pharisees as Hypocrites. The only true meaning of a hypocrite is a "rhetorical, theatrical or musical performer." Jesus points to Isaiah and therefore Ezekiel which identifies thesame speakers, singers and instrument players obviously catering to hypocrites who attend just to have fun and maybe sex while PRETENDING that they are hearing the Word of the Lord.

This second page may not be ready today but check it out:

Spread the word.

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Ken Sublett
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Ex-Church of Christ forum review: Sorcery proven by Revelation 17-8

March 12 2008, 1:05 PM 

With all due respect, I am quite certain that the people who run the Ex-church of forum which will not tolerate any teaching from the bible have subscribed to a restoration of what is defined as "sorcery" or the worship of the Starry host (Acts 7) but without the need to test the spirits. They simply believe what they have been told and repeate it.

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Re: Ex-Church of Christ forum review: Sorcery proven by Revelation 17-8

March 25 2008, 5:58 PM 

Some people bring joy by coming, and others by leaving.
I've heard it said that if you can't say something nice about someone, don't say anything at all. Ken, Donnie, Jimmy, William (Crump), you bring joy by coming and leaving. The few followers of this site love it when you come here and post, and we love it when you leave Faithsite to come here.
It's a win win situation.

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Dr. Bill Crump
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Re: Ex-Church of Christ forum review: Sorcery proven by Revelation 17-8

March 26 2008, 10:07 AM 

Dave must think well enough of Concerned Members, because he took the time to leave his haunt at FaithSite to post a message here at Concerned Members. In so doing, Dave boosted this site's statistics.

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Re: Ex-Church of Christ forum review: Sorcery proven by Revelation 17-8

March 27 2008, 3:05 AM 

Would that go double for you WIilliam? I mean because you just don't hang out over there at live there! You must like it a whole lot more than you care for the site here. If you post here once a week then you are doing well, but over at Faithsite how many times a day do you post?
10 sometimes? Sometimes a little less.
You don't want anyone here thinking that you are learning the Truth from us over there, now do you?

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