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  1. For me the discussion on the gap theory would be a futile discussion. The reason being is that I believe in a literal interpretation of Scripture. When God says he created in 6 days and rested on the 7th I believe they are literal days. God does not use metaphors, word pictures or anything to give any reason why it would not be literal days. I find it interesting that many times Christian's try to find some spiritual meaning in something God says when in reality they should just read God's Word at face value. God is a literal God and when he does speak in word pictures and such there is no question that He is.
  2. Then that is the price we pay for following Christ. I don't care what government says I teach my children what is right and if the state takes my kids away because I teach them the truth then so be it. I will not be removed from what I believe is right. So as parents we do have a choice and according to God's Word I am allowed to teach my kids what is right. This is where that passage of scripture comes into play and is applied appropriately, "But Peter and the apostles answered, "We must obey God rather than men!" Acts 5:29.
  3. I think we are too quick to blame the government for raising kids when the truth is the government is raising our kids because parents are not performing their responsibilities of teaching their kids what is right and wrong. Parents are too busy excelling in their careers and let government become the babysitter which is disastrous. However I do applaud and commend those that choose to homeschool and if someone has the patience and the ability and the desire then by all means homeschool. It's really a calling in my opinion.
  4. There is an issue with this poster that should be pointed out. As christians our way of raising our kids should stay in line with the Word of God which does not change regardless of how our society changes. Scripture is very clear about gender and the roles men and women play have in life. If I as a parent teach my kids God's way then my hope is that they teach their kids the same way. I can raise my kids the same as my parents because society isn't what dictates how I raise my kids. God's word dictates it and I can choose to follow it or not. Just my opinion.
  5. Its one of my wife's favorite Christmas movies.
  6. Clark : [Revealing his Christmas "bonus"] It's a one year membership to the Jelly of the Month Club. Eddie : Clark, that's the gift that keeps on giving the whole year.
  7. Christmas with the Kranks.
  8. Oh yeah! I use the quotes from the movie all the time.
  9. Definitely the first Santa Clause (the others were meh) and oh yeah Die Hard for the win! Hallmark only has one plot line and then changes the characters and the props.
  10. Then maybe my interest in Hallmark Channel would be awakened LOL.
  11. KRAMPUS (2015) is one of my favorite Christmas films along with Christmas Vacation... but I digress continue with the discussion.
  12. Nope. As long as it is the good candy your eating (i.e. snickers or similar). LOL
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