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  1. Re: Our Unreasonable Faith Part 2: Christology

    gerhard;
    greetings in Christ.

    From your first part it seems that you are able to pick when the manhood of Christ remains in its integrity, which ordinarily should incorporate his body as being...
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    Re: Prayer Request...

    Dear brother,
    May the Lord grant you great grace in this matter, Seek His heavenly wisdom and lean not on thine own understanding, nor on the false wisdom of the worldly.

    in Christ,
    tz
  3. Re: Our Unreasonable Faith Part 2: Christology

    Forgive me, again, but I see here no substantive argument but mere cop-outs such as "I don't have access to that book" "That's a straw man," etc.

    Explain how your view of Jesus does not violate...
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    Re: Common Grace: A Revered Myth of Man

    Should the answer be "I am not interested in what Leithart says, but in what the Bible teaches." It is funny how you may use resources and then exclaim that others are missing the point by not...
  5. Re: Our Unreasonable Faith Part 2: Christology

    Craig:
    Greetings in Christ the Lord.
    I just wanted to thank you for your kind words in this and in other posts.
    May God be glorified in His truth alone!

    Theodore
  6. Re: Our Unreasonable Faith Part 2: Christology

    Wildboar:

    Greetings.

    Again you fail to see the truth. It is not the divine nature alone that is omnipresent according to these texts, but the person of Christ. The theological and lexical...
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    Re: Common Grace: A Revered Myth of Man

    Two books that have helped me on this issue:

    Abraham Kuyper's Particular Grace and David Engelsma's Common Grace Revisited.

    Blessings,
    TZ
  8. Our Unreasonable Faith Part 2: Christology

    gerhard & wildboar:

    Sorry I was unable to get my responses in before the previous thread, Our Unreasonable Faith was closed. If the administration deems this inappropriate to re-open this...
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    Re: Our Unreasonable Faith

    gerhard:

    Yes, you are correct. I aimed the PS at the wrong person. Your voices blend so much. You sometimes appear like a tag team.

    Forgive my mistaken direction in making the request, again!!...
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    Re: Our Unreasonable Faith

    gerhard:

    Your question informs us that you are using the communication of idioms incorrectly, as Luther before you. Look at the discussion in Richard Muller's Dictionary of Latin and Greek...
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    Re: Our Unreasonable Faith

    Wildboar:
    Your mere assertions about me being mixed-up are without a shred of evidence. This is clearly evident to all careful readers here.

    PS.
    I'm still waiting on those scholarly sources. It...
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    Re: Our Unreasonable Faith

    You have not engaged my latest posts.

    I know exactly what a door is. You are mistaken in asserting that Jesus is the original door and all subsequent doors are a mere representation of Him. This...
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    Re: Our Unreasonable Faith

    I love the way you explain that you need not explain.
    If you are a below average proclaimer, shouldn't you keep to something you're good at, identifying real doors or something like that and leave...
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    Re: Our Unreasonable Faith

    Now you sound like me/us in trying to explain something. When we do it, you scream "rationalism." When you do it, it is the plain reading of the text. How ironic!

    How do you explain God's love and...
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    Re: Our Unreasonable Faith

    Widboar:
    Greetings.

    I am utterly at a loss to understand what on earth you are talking about. How do you ever make the jump from your position of faith, as you call it, to the other view of...
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    Re: Our Unreasonable Faith

    Gerhard, Greetings.

    Thanks for the clarification that I am not the one who has elevated reason above scripture. However, I am sure that you meant it about some other person on the forum. Please...
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    Re: Our Unreasonable Faith

    [/B]
    Greetings, again.
    Here is the second place where the accusation is made.
    Either recant your statements or produce the evidence where I have stated that reason is above scripture.

    Or is it...
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    Re: Our Unreasonable Faith

    [/B]Greetings.
    Here is one place where the charge is made.

    TZ
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    Re: Our Unreasonable Faith

    Greetings.

    Playing with words won't help you.

    You do not even realize the meaning of the terms you are using! I have been using the term incomprehensible in its standard definition today, that...
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    Re: Our Unreasonable Faith

    Furthermore, you are mistaken again about the omnipresence being communicated to the human nature of Christ. The divine attributes are predicated of the Person of Christ, not to either of his...
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    Re: Our Unreasonable Faith

    You are mistaken, the truth of the incarnation as revealed in scripture is not unreasonable. With the hermeneutic tools of communicatio idiomatum, and the theological extra-Calvinisticum, the...
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    Re: Our Unreasonable Faith

    Hi, again, and greetings in Christ.

    Thanks for the clarification that I am accusing you of something. Now if you would be so kind to illuminate us all as to what exactly I am accusing you of! I...
  23. Re: Does God Bring Reformation Through Nice People?

    Greetings brother.

    He means Lucifer Bishop of Calaris or Cagliari, a fourth century anti-Arian churchman.

    But I enjoyed the joke!!

    blessings,
    TZ
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    Re: Our Unreasonable Faith

    Greetings.

    Obviously you do not mean that God is incomprehensible. How then could you state anything about him. To claim that the Bible is a revelation and at the same time assert that the Bible...
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    Re: Our Unreasonable Faith

    Hi Craig:
    Good to hear from you.
    I am glad that you were able to discern what I wrote and quote the words precisely. This shows that I do not say as WB assumes that I can fully comprehend the...
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