Pre-Season- Saturday, Mar. 23: DH @ West Carrollton, WEST CARROLLTON HS - 9:00 AM
Saturday, Mar. 30: DH @ Greenville HS, Greenville High School - 11:00AM
Thursday, Apr. 04:@ Carroll HS, Carroll High School - 5:00PM
Monday, Apr. 08: Centerville HS, @ Studebaker Field- 5:00PM
Tuesday, Apr. 09: @ Centerville HS, CENTERVILLE - 5:00PM
Friday, Apr. 12:@ West Carrollton HS, WEST CARROLLTON HS - 5:30PM
Monday, Apr. 15: Northmont HS, @ Studebaker Field - 5:00PM
Tuesday, Apr. 16:@ Northmont HS, Northmont High School - 5:00PM
Thursday, Apr. 18:@ Troy HS, TROY MEMORIAL STADIUM - 5:00PM
Monday, Apr. 22: @ Beavercreek HS, Beavercreek High School - 5:00PM
Tuesday, Apr. 23:Beavercreek HS, @ Studebaker Field - 5:00PM
Thursday, Apr. 25:Brookville HS, @ Studebaker Field - 5:00PM
Friday , Apr. 26:@ Sidney HS, Sidney High School - 5:00PM
Monday, Apr. 29: Springfield HS, @ Studebaker Field - 5:00PM
Tuesday, Apr. 30: @ Springfield HS, Springfield HS - 5:00PM
Friday, May 03: Springboro HS, @ Studebaker Field - 5:00PM
Saturday, May 04: DH TRI Fairborn Wilmington, @ Studebaker Field - 11:00AM
Monday, May 06: @ Fairmont HS, Fairmont High School - 5:00PM
Tuesday, May 07: Fairmont HS, @ Studebaker Field - 5:00PM
Thursday, May 09: @ Piqua HS, Piqua High School - 5:00PM
Friday, May 10:Butler HS, BUTLER HIGH SCHOOL- 5:00PM
March 14 2013 | 7668 comments
Essays like this are so important to borandeing people’s horizons.
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I agree there needs to be tax reform. When 50% of the piulbc pays no taxes, that is a problem. If we could lower the top rate and broaden the base, cut corporate subsidies (especially boondoggles like ethanol), and then reform entitlements, I think we can get there. We need a growing economy to make the numbers work, but we also have to cut government spending, and that is hard to do when so much of the piulbc pays no taxes. When we hammer the over $250,000 per year people with higher taxes, we hit small businesses that are sole proprietorships. Job creation is our problem; job destruction is what the current administration produces with its heavy-handed approach to regulation, endless extended unemployment benefits, and crazy health care schemes. Why is all of the money on the sidelines? Because we hammered the small banks with Dodd-Frank while leaving Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac untouched. We bailed out car companies and Wall Street, and used stimulus to pave roads that didn’t need paving, initiated Cash for Clunkers, Dollars for Dryers and other kooky ideas, and drove ourselves into unsustainable debt. We need a new president, and then a fresh, thoughtful approach to deficit reduction and economic growth. Sorry academia, the last presidential election will go down as one of the most profound blunders the American voters have ever made.
Maybe that's because you did not really check the background of some of the statements. And it is not about work-based vs grace-based salvation either. The debate on Calvinism started with Jr's comment of the perseverance of the saints (the R in the Calvinistic TULIP). And as far as I understood, Anonymous held to the same tenents. There also was some discussion on predestination on the way. Anyway, I think this is a good place to lead this discussion, and maybe we can leave it here. The joke at the beginning may help us to relax a little while doing so. Alexander P.S: I read the article you referred to. As far as I understood it, you also make a distinction beteween genuine and supposed faith. The scriptures you quote are quite fitting, but they are not the whole truth either. If everything hinges on a "real" faith it leaves me uncertain of my salvation. If I have to look and trust my works to be sure I have this real faith, it actually comes pretty close to a form of work-salvation, too. And it does not answer the question what would happen to me, if along the way I decide to go back to the world as Demas did. Maybe you yourself don't mean it: Whenever someone claims, "faith alone" saves, he adds "genuine" in brackets. This helps him to explain all verses where people fall away or are rejected because they did not bring good fruit. On the other hand the same people say that works are not essential for salvation. In a way, this theology is pretty messy, but besides that: One can judge for ihmself, whether he "genuinely" believes in Christ only according to his works. If you then say, which I don't know, that those who have really and truly been born again and have genuine faith, will never be lost again, you have two options only: a) If a person now has "genuine" faith but stops producing good fruit and shall be saved at the end anyway – then works or fruit are no criteria for genuine faith after all.b) If a person now has "genuine" faith, but stops producing good fruit and shall be doomed in the end – he did not have genuine faith after all. Calvinist's "P" would confirm b) and there is no assurance of salvation in this system.The majority of modern Evanglicals would confirm a) and there is no need for a holy life in this system. I believe, that a "genuine" faith is temporary. And the promise is tied to this faith. If you hold fast to the end, you will be saved – if you give up on the way, you will be lost. The genuinness of your faith is never really in question, it is more about a living or a dead faith. But Jesus in His parables never questions the faith of the branches on the vine or the different soils that res´ceived the Gospel. He ONLY looked at the fruit. Faith will work, but does not do that automatically – it is always our choice to obey or to disobey.The Seed of God will bring fruit out of its own divine life – but we can hinder this process by not weeding the garden, by disobedience. This is all actually very simple, there is not much theology involved. Don't be mistaken: It is not about work-based or grace-based salvation. It is about the natural understanding how a plant grows and produces fruit. God gives the seed, growth and fruit – We have to weed and obey His words. Our obedience alone would never produce fruit. Our disobendence however will kill the plant. It is the same as in this truth: Man cannot create life, but he can destroy it. I'm looking forward to a discussion on this topic that is not off-topic any longer.
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