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Re: “23 Years Without War Since 1000 A.D.

theres been over 1000 years accumulated without war of recorded history

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Posted by BSM on 01/25/2013 at 8:19 PM

Re: “Rawk it at Rocketown

Carrie Geren Scoggins Facebook page to contact me: R!OCKETOWN STAFF LET GO FOR WEARING A PRO-GAY MARRIAGE T-SHIRT: ROCKETOWN HAS BROKEN NO LAWS AND ARE FULLY WITHIN LEGAL RIGHTS TO NOT ALLOW THEIR LEADERSHIP TO WEAR SHIRTS SUPPORTING A NON BIBLICAL AGENDA! ROMANS CHAPT. 1 CAN NOT BE TOR N OUT OF OUR BIBLES! THANK GOD FOR THE RECENT LAW PASSED THAT CHURCHES CAN NOT BE SUED FOR DISCRIMINATION! HATE SPEECH/ BIBLE CENSORSHIP LAWS WERE OVERTURNED IN THE FEDERAL SUPREME COURT STOPPING STATE CENSORSHIP OF THE CHURCH ON THIS, AND ANY OTHER, ISSUE. A separation of church and state keeps the state out of the church, and out of their doctrine! Homosexuality being listed in Romans chapter 1 as the outward sign of having left God, which the end result was a"reprobate mind" from "they knew who God was," " refused to serve Him as God," "then worshiped the creation rather than the creator," next step in this leaving God after knowing who He was, mind "whre man lay with man as should be with a woman," and"woman lay with woman as should be with a man." This s clear in scripture! WE CAN NOT TEAR ROMANS CHAPTER 1 FROM OUR BIBLE The anti Christ will "lack the desire for a woman," being a global leadr of whom s a homosexual Dan. chapter 13, and 7. We are to come out of Babylon least ye be deceived, DO NOT WANDER AFTER THE BEAST, LIBERALISM IS NOTHING MORE THAN THE COMING BEAST SYSTEM ----------------------------- CONCERNING THE ISSUE OF HOMOSEXUALITY: Unlike the pro homosexual groups are trying to state, that Christians think gays can just stop being gay what we believe is that one has to get "deliverance" from homosexuality by a process of going back and repenting for their actions through the remission of sins with Christ's shed blood from the sin that they committed causing them to be given over to a reprobate mind to begin with. If they do not know where to begin this repentance prcess at, one is told in Is. to fast to break the yoke of bondage. We know scripture tells you that the Holy Spirit brings all things to our remembrance. We are to go back and ask for forgiveness for all of having left God, and from going into other belief systems outside of the Bible. This process of asking God to show you what to repent for s a process of getting deliverance. "The Cleansing Stream," is a good book on this subje outside of the Bible. This process of asking God to show you what to repent for s a process of getting deliverance. "The Cleansing Stream," Jack Hayford, and "The Bondage Breaker," are both great books on this topic!

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Posted by Carrie Geren Scoggins on 01/25/2013 at 4:40 PM

Re: “The Alternators w/Phil Keaggy, Chris Rodriguez, Tom Roady, Tommy Simms, Akil Thompson, Bobby Blazier, Carl Herrgessell & more

This has got to be one of the TOP bands in Nashville. There is so much talent up on that stage, and the way they all blend those talents is simply Amazing! If you haven't heard this band before, you are missing a great experience. Once they start, you can't help but want to get up and dance , which, I usually do, or sit in your chair and move to the beat. You can tell they love the music they play, and believe me they do not hold back. They do incredible renditions of the real artist who performed the songs, and once you hear them, you will come back to see them again. I wish they could be able to book more dates around the Nashville area, I'd be there for every show! Thanks guys for another wonderful night of Great music. Phil Peeler definitely a 5 Stars plus performance

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Posted by Phil Peeler on 01/23/2013 at 8:42 AM

Re: “The Piano Lesson

I had the opportunity to see this play on opening night. It was awesome, especially for the lowly price of 15 dollars. This local theatrical production serves due justice to August Wilson's Pulitzer prizer winning play. Solid performance and a great production!

Posted by MzAdventurous on 01/21/2013 at 12:18 PM

Re: “Los Delgados

Love to listen to Los Delgado!!!

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Posted by Imelda Valenzuela on 01/13/2013 at 12:07 AM

Re: “Grand Opening: Antique Archaeology Nashville

this is not a review...(although I love the show, been watching for as long as it has been on air) BUT question for the fannomore"...pirates"...I would like to know how he came across this info, and if he really feels the way his post indicates, shouldn't he have a more personal view or comment than "the bible belt..." . Curious as to his NONcommenting...more than what I think he was saying...Fannomore...your turn

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Posted by moonartblue on 01/11/2013 at 5:08 AM

Re: “Cult Fiction Underground: Devil Dog — The Hound of Hell

I know this will be good because I have one in the yard behind my apartment window. This movie may help me understand his psyche.

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Posted by Rebecca Suges Nicoles on 01/04/2013 at 12:19 PM

Re: “Grand Opening: Antique Archaeology Nashville

I can't support them now that I've found out that they're "Butt Pirates". I won't be watching the show any longer either. I don't think the shop will do well after the word gets out, being here in the buckle of the bible belt.

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Posted by fannomore on 12/28/2012 at 7:21 PM

Re: “The Whole Damn Family

Whole Damn Family was FANTASTIC with John Prine and friends playing all the favorites. The crowd went wild when John told his story about Cowboy Jack Clement and then brought him on stage to sing with that golden voice of his. Bobby Bare also brought down the house with his humor and Shawn Camp made his violin SING! Jamie Hartford and Mike Henderson outdid each other on guitar, so many greats on stage at once...Jim Rooney, Richard Bailey, Dave Ferguson and Pat McLaughlin and that's just a start. It was a quiet heartwarming moment when John asked his gorgeous wife, Fiona, to join him with 'Til a Tear Becomes A Rose'... beautiful! If you were feeling lonely at the beginning of the night, you left feeling part of the family for sure. I recommend this event highly.

Posted by undergardener on 12/22/2012 at 4:16 PM

Re: “Cult Fiction Underground: Silent Night, Deadly Night

A cherished holiday favorite!!!

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Posted by Robert Slendorn on 12/21/2012 at 2:40 PM

Re: “False Alarm, Everybody!

So far so good. Still not taking the boards down from the windows just yet.

Posted by Me on 12/21/2012 at 8:54 AM

Re: “Amy Grant and Vince Gill

Bravo to Amy and Vince.... A class act. She shines the gentle love and sense of humor of our maker. What a gift to be a part of this intimate and meaning filled concert.

Posted by Pamela Olmsted Cook on 12/20/2012 at 11:39 PM

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Posted by Samuel Newton on 12/17/2012 at 3:34 PM

Re: “Improv/Underground Jazz Show


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Posted by Aundra Lafayette on 12/17/2012 at 2:01 PM

Re: “Ricky Skaggs Family Christmas feat. The Whites

Brilliant Show! Breathless, Timeless, I loved every second of it. Truly, an Epic performance!

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Posted by Kyle Jones on 12/13/2012 at 1:25 PM

Re: “Summerland Tour 2012 feat. Everclear, Sugar Ray, Gin Blossoms, Lit & Marcy Playground

'A Justice League of hopelessly dated, second-string buzz-bin cutouts it is' - because going to see a band you've liked for 20 years makes you lame. I've never understood this mentality. Why does going to see an older band make a person uncool? I would think that racing alongside the tweens of today trying to keep up with the "latest and greatest" in the music scene at 30+ would be seen as worse. I went, just this last weekend and saw Sugar Rays (one of Summerland's headliners) in concert. I wasn't old enough to go see them when they were "relevant" so I was really excited to get to see them as an adult. The tickets were under $30 a piece, it was a smaller venue and by the end of the concert I was standing right next to the stage and the lead singer had high-fived me. It was incredible. I knew and loved all of the songs they played and really I couldn't have done that when they were "relevant" in the 90's. I could have spent 4-5 times as much money and gone to a "current" band's concert, sat away from the stage and cheered when the one or two hits I knew were played, but I doubt I'dve had as much fun. I for one am excited for Summerland this year, these are all bands I missed out on seeing when they were popular, and I'm sure that despite scathing comments from mainstream snobs like you it's going to be a blast.

Posted by Kassie Spagnola on 12/10/2012 at 11:19 AM

Re: “A Year With Frog and Toad

Just saw Frog and Toad. The cast is strong. There are 5 and each one gave a memorable performance comparable to what I see at TPAC at a much lower cost. The scenery is minimal, but who needs scenery when the acting is so good. There is a memorable scene, just before intermission where Frog and Toad gobble down chocolate chip cookies and end up tossing them to the audience. Hint: Don't sit in the first few rows if you want to catch a cookie. Frog and Toad is as much an adult play as a child-pleaser. The bass player and the electronic gizmo player are wonderful. Go see Frog and Toad. Disclaimer: I am not related to anyone in the cast.

Posted by GammaMoses on 12/03/2012 at 7:51 AM

Re: “The Family Wash Pie Drive Kickoff

Also, WZTV-17 in Nashville did a story on the Pie Drive and its purpose, featuring both The Family Wash and Room in the Inn. YouTube has a video at:

Posted by Susan Kastan on 12/01/2012 at 4:32 PM

Re: “The Family Wash Pie Drive Kickoff

The Friday (11/30) kickoff of the December Pie Drive at the Family Wash was terrific -- I was there -- and I believe more than met the first week's goal, with enough $ raised for 100+ pies for homeless neighbors. Thanks to everyone involved! Susan Kastan, East Nashville

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Posted by Susan Kastan on 12/01/2012 at 4:30 PM

Re: “Jonathan Winstead w/Chris Hatfield Band

Awesome show!!!

Posted by Constanse Bruce on 11/28/2012 at 10:43 PM

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