Archive for October, 2012

Energion Roundtable Week 11 Libya and the role of the US in the world

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This week’s Energion Roundtable question with Bob Cornwall, Arthur Sido, Allan R. Bevere, Joel Watts, and myself is: One of the major news stories of the last couple of weeks has been the attack on our consulate in Benghazi, Libya and the deaths of the ambassador and three other people there. In response, some have [...]

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Energion Roundtable Week 10 Responses

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This week’s Energion Roundtable question concerned education, and like last week there was considerable agreement among the responses from  Arthur Sido, Bob Cornwall,, Joel Watts and myself. But while there were large areas of agreement there were some key difference. One place I disagreed with Cornwall, was with his statement that, “It will take money, [...]

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Energion Roundtable Week 10 Education

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This week’s Energion Roundtable question with Bob Cornwall, Arthur Sido, Allan R. Bevere, Joel Watts, and myself is: I’ve been asking questions that I thought would concern others. This week I’m answering a question that’s on my mind, and which I don’t think the candidates at any level have addressed enough. How can we go [...]

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Energion Roundtable Week 9 Responses

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This week’s Energion Roundtable question concerned informed voters, and given our differing points of view over the course of this roundtable, it is surprising how much agreement there was on this topic in the responses from  Arthur Sido, Bob Cornwall,, Allan R. Bevere, Joel Watts and myself. Here are a few comments.  Cornwall wrote that, [...]

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Energion Roundtable Week 9 Informed Voters

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This week’s Energion Roundtable question with Bob Cornwall, Arthur Sido, Allan R. Bevere, Joel Watts, and myself is: An informed electorate is important in sustaining a democracy. We’ve just completed a presidential and vice-presidential debate, and will see two more presidential debates. I’ve just read some factchecking from the vice-presidential debate which suggested that accuracy [...]

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Energion Roundtable Week 8 Responses

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This week’s Energion Roundtable question concerned the courts and as usual there were a range of views in the responses from  Arthur Sido, Bob Cornwall,, Allan R. Bevere, Joel Watts and myself. As usual Sido and I pretty much agreed, and our biggest disagreement is that I spoke of original intent whereas he referred to [...]

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Energion Roundtable Week 8 Judges

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This week’s Energion Roundtable question with Bob Cornwall, Arthur Sido, Allan R. Bevere, Joel Watts, and myself is: One of the ways in which a president shapes the future of the country is through appointments to the judiciary, and especially the Supreme Court. How do you see each candidate shaping the future of the court, [...]

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The Epistles of John: Living in Truth and Love. 1 John 4:2-3

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Week 35:  Sept 30, 2012 Study                                                                i.      How to test (4:2-3) 2 – This is how you can recognize God’s Spirit: Every spirit who acknowledges that Jesus the Messiah[1] has become human—and remains so—is from God. -          Having said that we should test, John now gives us a means for testing. Jesus the Messiah [...]

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The Epistles of John: Living in Truth and Love. 1 John 3:23-4:1

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Week 34:  Sept 23, 2012 Study                                                                i.        The Commandment (3:23-3:24) 23 – And this is his commandment: to believe in the name of his Son, Jesus the Messiah,[1] and to love one another as he commanded us. -          John spells out what is expected of us:  Believe in the name (On name see notes [...]

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The Epistles of John: Living in Truth and Love. 1 John 3:19-22

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Week 33:  Sept 16 2012 Having contrasted sin with abiding in Christ, John now gives two positive examples to show what abiding in Christ and love really mean. Study                                                                i.        Two Benefits (3:19-3:20) *19-20 – This is how we will know that we are from[1] the truth and how we will be able to [...]

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