[sword-devel] ISO progress
Sun, 09 Apr 2000 21:04:30 -0700
It is more like let this mind be in you which was in Christ Jesus and I
would rather have The mind of Jesus than a mind of filth. It is not
whether or not I am tempted because those sites disgust me but it
happened 2 or 3 times just in the last week going to regular sites. As
far as a filter goes for windows the proxomitron is probably the best
and I've tried allot of them.
> Brook humphrey writes:
> > To tell the truth it is because of influences on the internet that i
> > would rather stay away from. This is just an example. I own a computer
> > store and one day I tried to show a customer that you could goto the
> > microsoft site with netscape and a porno site popped up. It is this kind
> > of thing that I would rather not have to deal with. It says somewhere
> > that bad company corrupts good morals (can't think of the verse at this
> > moment). May God bless I will probably be on for maybe another week or
> > two yet.
> Your decision shows a proper perspective on those sites. However, have you
> considered using filtering? There are some ISPs that provide filtering,
> and there is also filtering software available (Crosswalk.com offers a free
> filter of some sort).
> I tend to shudder when I see or hear ads that make it seem that everyone
> needs to be online, or any business not online won't be in business soon.
> This is clearly hype! But I would hate to lose someone making a Christian
> impact on the net.
> I also believe it is wise to avoid situations that tempt us in areas where
> we are likely to falter, and you are the one to best know whether the
> internet provides such a temptation to you.
> Since I lean toward Calvinistic views, I can only say that God will be
> glorified no matter what your decision is.
> God bless you!
> Darwin Gregory
> Jesus is the way, the truth and the life.
> Evolution is a myth...
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