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What should I make for Sunday brunch?

Question by jenabel: What should I make for Sunday brunch?
I have to make brunch for my boyfriends parents tomorrow and I have no idea what to make!!
They’re Korean and will be in church for the rest of the day, so I want something that will be filling and delicious…
HELP!!! 🙂

Best answer:

Answer by Allie
Some sort of quiche would be filling, then some fruit salad and maybe some muffins.

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What is the perfect resume that you should have for god in purgatory?

Question by Sum dude: What is the perfect resume that you should have for god in purgatory?
Please list amount of church hours. Also the minimum number of times you can have sex, masturbate, say the different 4 letter words, the amount of times you read the bible, excorcisms, lied at a confession, and the minimum amount of times you can rip one during mass.

Best answer:

Answer by Joshua
No Scriptural basis for purgatory.

First of all, let’s see what the catholic belief about purgatroy is:

http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/12575a.htm

Look at what I have underlined:

Quote:
Temporal Punishment
That temporal punishment is due to sin, even after the sin itself has been pardoned by God, is clearly the teaching of Scripture.

This is absolutly ridiculous!

If the sin has been forgiven, WHY does God see the need for furthur punishment?

Isn’t God powerful enough to forgive the WHOLE SIN?????????

Especially, when we see this truth from Scripture:

Psalm 103:12 (New International Version)

12 as far as the east is from the west,
so far has he removed our transgressions from us.

God’s forgivness isn’t partial-it is TOTAL!

When we confess our sins, it’s as if we never committed them! To say that they weren’t totally forgiven, demeans the very sacrifice of Jesus, especially when He said “it is finished!”

God’s forgivness is TOTAL!

Then we have this quote:

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All sins are not equal before God, nor dare anyone assert that the daily faults of human frailty will be punished with the same severity that is meted out to serious violation of God’s law.

Excuse me?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

According to Scripture they are!

Revelation 21:8 (New International Version)

But the cowardly, the unbelieving, the vile, the murderers, the sexually immoral, those who practice magic arts, the idolaters and all liars—their place will be in the fiery lake of burning sulfur. This is the second death.”

Cowardess, is just as bad as unbelief, which is just as bad as murder, which is just as bad as sexual imorality, which is just as bad as magic, which is just as bad as idolatry, which is just as bad as lying…………

How can ANYONE so blantently say things like this, when Scripture CLEARLY CONTRADICTS THEM?

But HERE is the botom lime here, (RIGHT FROM SCRIPTURE!!!!!!!)

Hebrews 9:27 (King James Version)

And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment:

Here it is people-JUDGEMENT!!!!!!!!!!

HEAVEN OR HELL! THERE IS NO OTHER WAY!

Do I need to say more?

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Going to Boston for the first time what sights should I see?

Question by princesscutesmile: Going to Boston for the first time what sights should I see?
Hi,

My sister and I will be visitng Boston for the first time together at the end of the month. We are planning to visit The new england aquarium, Fenway park, Trinity church, Acorn st, and the skyway observatory. Are these places worth the visit?

Where else should we go?? Where can we go for great food?

Any recommendations would be great!!

Maggie

Best answer:

Answer by potatochip
Last time we went to Boston we visited Plymouth Rock and the mock up of the Mayflower. Also saw the SS Constitution which is at a harbor about 10 miles from the airport.

The first time I went, I also went to Newbury Street. It was too cold to walk on the path Paul Revere rode to warn that the British were coming.

As for food, try Legal Seafood. They have a really good New England clam chowder.

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What kind of pickups should I install to improve my Clear Galveston guitar?

Question by Arenkay: What kind of pickups should I install to improve my Clear Galveston guitar?
I’d like to improve the sound on my acrylic Les Paul. Duncan? Dimarzio? Which pickups specifically?

By the way, I play some of anything, if that helps, though not much on the blues side. I play some church music and classical music generally.

Thanks!

Best answer:

Answer by Your stay happy pill
Your Galveston uses standard sized humbucker mounts and routes just like the one i used to own i suppose.

Acrylic guitars are more dense than wooden guitars so my choice for your guitar would be different than my normal advice.

I tried three different pickups in mine

-Dimarzio Breed bridge= My 2nd choice, around $ 70 bucks but good resale and great quality, it was powerful but with all the clarity of the classic pickups i love. If you want versatility it’d be hard to beat a Breed.
-Seymour Duncan Custom= 1st choice, $ 75 dollars, not quite as balanced as the breed but it trumped the x2n in versatility and had tons of character, the custom is one of the most underrated and useful pickups i’ve ever come across (and that’s out of hundreds)
-Dimarzio x2n= $ 92, 3rd place but only because it’s too much for what you will probably need, it’s a great pickup and if you want metal it will deliver, but for classical it’s a bit bass heavy.

good luck

i’ve tried these and i’m sure these would help if you try.

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Should Catholic Church change its stand of banning women from being priests?

Question by Android: Should Catholic Church change its stand of banning women from being priests?
This may be the 21st century where men and women are suposed to have equality, but Catholic Church continues to ban women from becoming priests. Is the church wrong? What would Jesus have said if he were alive today? What did the Bible say about this issue?

Best answer:

Answer by Carly
Jesus would be all for women priests,He’d be open minded and change with the times!

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Should new members in a baptist church sign a pact?

Question by David: Should new members in a baptist church sign a pact?
Is a new member in a Baptist Church required to individually sign a pact? Most Baptist Churches have a pact but do they require their members to sign?

Best answer:

Answer by Bianca
I am a Baptist, saved and baptist in the church I still attend. We don’t require a new member to sign a pact, only requirement to join is that the person be a born-again believer, baptized as a Baptist. No signing anything.

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Deist escaping from church organization; what kind of fellowship or club should I join?

Question by xatungova: Deist escaping from church organization; what kind of fellowship or club should I join?
I was a member of a fundamentalist christian (evangelical) church for some time, then in search of biblical truth I became a member of a Seventh Day Adventist church where I currently reside and have been in that church for more than a year. However, unsatisfied with organized religion, I started to question a lot of the doctrines and affirmations regarding the nature of God and humanity, and at the end of it, I ended up becoming much more deistic in my way of thinking.

I hold a firm belief in the existence of God in the sense of a universal creator and architect of the universe and that we sentient and sapient lifeforms are created possessing his divine light. However, the creator God in which I believe is not necessarily the Hebrew Deity of the Tanakh, and although I respect Christian believers and Judeo-Christian culture, I no longer believe in the Bible as the inerrant word of God. Therefore I consider myself a Deist.

One of the main reasons I decide to distance myself from christian doctrine was the notorious inconsistencies of the nature of Jehovah within the biblical theological framework. For example, the “loving and benevolent God” of the New Testament contrasts sharply with the version of God depicted in the Old Testament who not only orders the bloodthirsty and merciless massacres of various pagan tribes including defenseless women and children but also orders the Hebrews to kill their own people by stoning just for lighting fire on the Sabbath, the same God who hardened the Pharaoh´s heart just so he could cast divine judgement upon a nation.

Another reason I wanted to leave was the fact that the organization deemed everything outside of its approved range as mundane, wrong or satanic, and as a consequence, I often felt on edge and paranoid in everyday life. I also was starting to get sick of certain aspects of christian morality. Although I believe that reasonable protestant morality is a good system of morality in many ways and have respect for our Judeo-Christian cultural heritage, I started to get tired of all that “turn the other cheek” nonsense which for me is nothing more than moral weakness and most of all the attitudes of self-abasement and excessive humility which characterize Christianity. The christian idea that we as a race are so inherently immoral and degenerate that we are beyond hope (without the intercession of the Messiah) and have nothing positive to offer just gives me despair! I don´t want to live this life with such a weak mentality anymore.

I am now a Deist but have a great interest in exploring spirituality.

I still attend the same Adventist fellowship but not as often and with much less enthusiasm than before. Almost everyone I know personally is from that church. Outside, I have very little interaction with people. Almost all of the close friends are members and it is as though I have nobody outside of the organization as the only non-adventist friends I have are back in my homeland and no longer bother with me. Basically, my Adventist fellowship is the only real social life I have. Also I cannot speak to any of them how I really feel because you cannot discuss anything with them, they always respond with “X is so because the Bible and Ellen White say so” and have no room for compromise.

I feel I cannot leave the organization because than would totally kill my social life and cut me off from most of my friendships, but I want to leave some day, maybe when I find another kind of society or club.

What kind of societies, clubs or group activities would you recommend for a Deist like myself as a substitute for a church fellowship?

Best answer:

Answer by Cindy
look into a Unitarian church…they believe in everything

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What happens at a church camp and what should I bring?

Question by Megan: What happens at a church camp and what should I bring?
Well, I was planning on going to church camp next summer:)
What is it like? What kind of activities do you get to do? Is it fun?:)
What should I bring? Thanks for your answers:)

ps. I will be going to a baptist church camp!

Best answer:

Answer by npalmal, phd
i fell for my first girl at church camp. it was awesome. and i got saved. that was even better

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