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    Re: Perseverance of the Saints

    Sendou,

    I would never give someone verbal assurance in any way of their election/salvation/faith if they deny Christ but as Brandan said that doesnít mean they arenít elect. The only judgment...
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    Re: Perseverance of the Saints

    You would need to qualify your response a little further in order for me to answer. Do you mean that they deny the Lord Jesus the remainder of their days?

    Eileen~
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    Re: Perseverance of the Saints

    Sendou,

    I didn’t think you were attacking at all although many do come here to do that. I just wondered what your interest was in the Scripture.

    Romans 11:29 “For the gifts and...
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    Re: Perseverance of the Saints

    Hi Sendou,

    I looked at your profile and you state that you are an atheist, so I wonder at your questions. Are your questions just for 'knowledge' or for a study you are doing as an atheist? Sorry,...
  5. Re: Article: Why Reductionist Five-point TULIP Calvinism is Bankrupt

    solegrace:

    But if you hold that there is no need for teachers in ekklesia now, then whatever you say or formulate in this forum is anything but teaching, for if there be no teachers, there is no...
  6. Thread: What Now?

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    Re: What Now?

    Hi Mary,

    I imagine there are books and books and more books written on the very questions you ask and there are countless people who wouldnít mind telling you exactly what you should be doing....
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    Re: What Now?

    Mary,

    I doubt seriously that you are the only one who has ever asked these types of questions Mary so donít worry about that. The Christian journey is often hard and difficult but I donít think...
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    Re: Care to respond to this critique?

    I left this message on Daniel's blog:
    Daniel,
    "I don't know if you are reading at all over at P-Net, I have left a public message there and want to leave one here as well, following the rules of...
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    Re: Care to respond to this critique?

    To those reading here:

    I have used the phrase "timeless eternity" unknowingly without attaching the meaning of God not inhabiting time so that would be a word error on my part and perhaps where...
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    Re: Care to respond to this critique?

    Iíve been told many times that to put too much emphasis on predestination or election leads to error. Iíve never accepted that as a legitimate rebuke because the bible teaches time and time again...
  11. Re: Can the Gospel be Taught to those Ignorant of All Scripture and God's Acts in His

    Here are a few thoughts!

    Iím not sure I can say why (thatís always hard for me) but I think the whole passage may have to do with the synagogue. Ministry to the Jews was carried out in the...
  12. Re: Can We Discern God's Sovereign Will in Massive Natural Disasters?

    Milt,

    Thanks for the further clarification. I was the one confused as you mentioned our faith not being tested beyond what we can bear so I thought you were separating the physical body from...
  13. Re: Can We Discern God's Sovereign Will in Massive Natural Disasters?

    Milt,
    I donít think you are at all childishly obsessed with avoiding speaking out of both sides of your mouth; I for one appreciate it and know that is one of the same reasons that I like to...
  14. Re: Can We Discern God's Sovereign Will in Massive Natural Disasters?

    Amen and ditto to Travís response and to Gregís as well. I think of John 17: 15-16 and how Jesus asks that the disciples (and all saints) be not taken out of the world. We are here IN the world, just...
  15. Re: Has God Predestined Any Humans to Salvation Who Don't Hear the Gospel in this Lif

    Iíve always thought it was interesting that the majority of Christendom (not speaking of anyone here) fully believe and embrace that infants who die go to heaven, basing their belief on emotions and...
  16. Re: Has God Predestined Any Humans to Salvation Who Don't Hear the Gospel in this Lif

    I keep thinking of our being creatures of time and how I believe we will always be creatures of time. We know it will be different because it will be eternal but it will still be time wonít it?
    ...
  17. Re: Can We Discern God's Sovereign Will in Massive Natural Disasters?

    I don't have an answer for this, I hope that there is some discussion about it. With the disaster in Haiti all I hear is that it was God's judgment on the people there. How can someone who says that...
  18. Re: Has God Predestined Any Humans to Salvation Who Don't Hear the Gospel in this Lif

    Itís an interesting question. I think the majority of our thinking has been so traditionalized so that the standard answer has become Romans 10:14:

    ďHow then shall they call on him in whom...
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    Re: New Covenant/Body of Christ!

    Would you want to give an example of what manner the Holy Spirit indwells a NT saint in a different manner than an OT saint? The Holy Spiritís work in any saint of any age is the same donít you...
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    Re: New Covenant/Body of Christ!

    Thanks Brandan and Bob, I appreciate your responses. Iíve not spent much time in dispensational thought but realized that their way of looking at the Body of Christ/ Jew believer/Gentile believer...
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    New Covenant/Body of Christ!

    The teaching of ĎNew Covenant TheologyĒ (i.e. J. Reisinger) is that the Body of Christ was not established until Pentecost, the advent of the Holy Spirit and that OT believers were not a part of the...
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    As always bro you have done a genius job and I'm...

    As always bro you have done a genius job and I'm sure will only get better as the days go on. If it is a donation system that you want to change too I'm certainly more than willing for whatever is...
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    Re: Which manuscripts constitute the scriptures?

    Thanks a lot for the link to this article. I actually printed it off as there was a ton of good stuff even in the footnotes. It was revealing of so much of Luther and his commitment to ďFaith Aloneí,...
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    Re: Which manuscripts constitute the scriptures?

    Kevin,
    I wonder if you understand that you came back after an absence and basically attacked P-Net with some very judgmental accusations and I guess you call that the fruit of the spirit. You...
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    Re: Which manuscripts constitute the scriptures?

    Hi Kevin,

    Itís good to have you back even though it seems you come with some different notions than when you left and with quite an attitude.

    Personally I think you have made several...
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