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A Christian is someone that believes and has a personal

relationship with Christ. They have acknowledged his existence and in many cases His lordship over their lives. Each day is a walk with the creator of the universe.

To say that you are "no longer a Christian" is liking saying you were once married with kids but no longer believe your wife exists. It makes no sense.

This is why many Christians would argue that no one who is truly a Christian can lose the faith so to speak.

As for the KJV translation, many modern bibles use a different translation that distorts the Greek. As I understand it the KJV translation strictly adheres to the original text where other modern versions impose a different view of God, Christ, and who they are. This was confirmed more recently with the discovery of the Dead Sea scrolls. You will find that the KJV is advocated by the most fundamental of Christian churches. I guarantee our friend Chuck Baldwin uses the KJV in all his sermons and he is a fierce advocate for liberty. Please explain again how this has made us docile.

The plot to blow up the parliament in England has little to do with killing the King, who wouldn't have been in the parliament...

Now the Lord is that Spirit: and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.
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