Thursday, February 28, 2013

Someone Should Read the Laws of the State of Wisconsin.
The Sixth Commandment Is Not Set Aside for the Eighth

Joel Lillo said he would not help me violate the Eight Commandment.

The Antinomians argue that they are born forgiven, so the Ten Commandments no longer matter.

Obscene Behavior Laws, State of Wisconsin

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Joel has left a new comment on your post "Pastor Joel Lillo Did NOT Answer My Question, But ...":

Greg,

Here is an honest answer to your question: I know so little about the situation that anything I say would be nothing more than rumor and would probably hurt, not help, the situation.

I repeat. If you want to know more, please contact Ski.

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Hey, Joel. I wrote Ski, but he did not answer.

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Joel Lillo has left a new comment on your post "Pastor Joel Lillo Did NOT Answer My Question, But ...": 

Greg,

My question to you is this: "Why would you expect me to provide you with ammunition so that you can break the Eighth Commandment?" You should be thanking me that I'm not being an enabler for your sin.

Antinomian, indeed! Pshaw!!!!

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Book of Concord, Luther's Large Catechism, Eighth Commandment

284] All this has been said regarding secret sins. But where the sin is quite public so that the judge and everybody know it, you can without any sin avoid him and let him go, because he has brought himself into disgrace, and you may also publicly testify concerning him. For when a matter is public in the light of day, there can be no slandering or false judging or testifying; as, when we now reprove the Pope with his doctrine, which is publicly set forth in books and proclaimed in all the world. For where the sin is public, the reproof also must be public, that every one may learn to guard against it.


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GJ - The CORE was promoted as a coffee house ministry, but that was not what developed. Tim Glende and Ski have been meeting people in bars and calling it "ministry." Some people should not spend much time in bars, and that applies especially to WELS pastors.

The laws of the State of Wisconsin were broken in a public bar.

The Northern Wisconsin District, helped by the helplessness of SP Mark Schroeder, is doing as little as possible. A secular business would have fired both men on the spot. The warnings have been out there for decades. The dilly-dallying ever since speaks eloquently about an abusive sect that learned nothing from Ed Werner, Al Just, William Tabor, and Joel Hochmuth.

Deputy Doug Englebrecht's endorsement of clergy plagiarism has blossomed into something beyond debate.

This graphic is from Mark and Avoid Jeske, a Church and Change leader.
Turn it upside-down and it spells - "Ew-w-w-w-w."


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WELS Pastor Joel Lillo has left a new comment on your post "Someone Should Read the Laws of the State of Wisco...":

It's just eating you alive that you don't have all the information that you want, isn't it, Greg?

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GJ - I know plenty, Pastor Lillo. Thanks for boosting the page-views.

One of your fellow pastors was surprised that you were willing to admit on this blog that the incident involved Ski.
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