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Sad indeed.
I've always read his posts with interest, for the best part of the last 20 years.
It just wont be the same.
RIP Miller.

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I am thankful that everything he shared will still live here for everyone to learn from. Rest in Peace

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So long, Miller. See you soon.

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He was a gentleman. Bobby

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He was indeed well liked by the membership.

Originally Posted By: 2piper

Fact;
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1Jn 3:4 Whosoever committeth sin transgresseth also the law: for sin is the transgression of the law.

In the context of this quote the apostle, John was referring to God's law, not man's.

Fact;
There is not one single verse in God's Word (The Bible) which declares owning a slave to be a Sin.

Fact;
Until the 13th Amendment was ratified on Dec 6, 1865, it was not a transgression of the laws of the USA to own a slave.

Fact;
Prior to Dec 6, 1895 owning a slave could not justly be called Sinful.


Originally Posted By: 2piper


1; The War was not fought over slavery, Lincoln himself said so, & you know they called him "Honest Abe". So yes the war would have been fought anyway.

2; Define Sin?

3: Who said Slavery was Sinful?


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Lowest post I've seen to date. And that is saying something. Truly ban-worthy.

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Originally Posted By: nca225
He was indeed well liked by the membership.

Originally Posted By: 2piper

Fact;
Quote:
1Jn 3:4 Whosoever committeth sin transgresseth also the law: for sin is the transgression of the law.

In the context of this quote the apostle, John was referring to God's law, not man's.

Fact;
There is not one single verse in God's Word (The Bible) which declares owning a slave to be a Sin.

Fact;
Until the 13th Amendment was ratified on Dec 6, 1865, it was not a transgression of the laws of the USA to own a slave.

Fact;
Prior to Dec 6, 1895 owning a slave could not justly be called Sinful.


Originally Posted By: 2piper


1; The War was not fought over slavery, Lincoln himself said so, & you know they called him "Honest Abe". So yes the war would have been fought anyway.

2; Define Sin?

3: Who said Slavery was Sinful?


Despicable vitriol from nca225. You should be more than ashamed given the situation and that the man cannot defend those statements or even in what context those statements were made. IMHO, keith is right about you, nca225. You really are a nasty little worm.


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Well Buzz, why don't we just take a closer look at my post. I made one statement. Miller was indeed well liked by the membership. That's true and complimentary is it not? Just look at all the posts in this thread indicating he will be well missed.

Then I posted his own words, without any comment. Would you kindly point out the vitriol?

Not sure what you find offensive about what Miller wrote, and I can't seem to find any vitriol that I wrote, of which to be ashamed of.

So why the attack?

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Sorry to hear of his passing. He was a genius at what he did and knew gained from hands on experience. Gil

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Originally Posted By: nca225
Well Buzz, why don't we just take a closer look at my post. I made one statement. Miller was indeed well liked by the membership. That's true and complimentary is it not? Just look at all the posts in this thread indicating he will be well missed.

Then I posted his own words, without any comment. Would you kindly point out the vitriol?

Not sure what you find offensive about what Miller wrote, and I can't seem to find any vitriol that I wrote, of which to be ashamed of.

So why the attack?


Probably because you have posted a dead man’s words out of context. We can see neither the discussion they were taken from to gain the insight of what he was getting at, nor, a meaningful response from him.

The Lakota believed it was disrespectful to speak of the dead, because the dead could not answer.

Quite a bit of wisdom, there. More, here:

De mortuis nil nisi bonum

Best,
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