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  1. Re: Article: Why Reductionist Five-point TULIP Calvinism is Bankrupt

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    This is a nonsensical statement: ekklesia is simply a transliteration of the Greek term, commonly translated as "church" in biblical translations, such as KJV, for instance. Ekklesia IS a...
  2. Re: Article: Why Reductionist Five-point TULIP Calvinism is Bankrupt

    Well, sea tulip is fine, although it needs a careful explication of each point, especially of point "E".
    However, no confession, however orthodox, however sharply defined /delineated / honed against...
  3. Re: The precise meaning of the Salvation of "All Israel"

    a short note on the "four point" schema: it must be understood that a conscious rejection of the intrinsic salvific worth of the death of the Son of God is the worst (and most repugnant) error, which...
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    Re: Article: The Gospel is Not an Offer

    Well said and, precisely to the point.
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    Re: Article: The Gospel is Not an Offer

    Well, the free offer of the gospel inevitably implies some fashion of a bilateral conditional covenant of salvation, wherein God allegedly offers life and salvation in Christ to whosoever will...
  6. Re: The just shall live by faith - from Christ's faith[fulness] to ours

    still, the notion of justification by faith IN Christ, makes the instrument of personal faith (which is, of course, God's gift through Christ) a procuring cause of justification. Granted, faith as...
  7. Re: The just shall live by faith - from Christ's faith[fulness] to ours

    Please also note, that I was talking about justification , while you spoke about salvation and while, of course, the terms overlap greatly and, there is of course, no salvation without justification...
  8. Re: The just shall live by faith - from Christ's faith[fulness] to ours

    Well, correct, of course, but this grace, whereby we are saved, is mediated through, and earned by Christ's faithfulness: "Knowing that a man is not justified by the works of the law, but by the...
  9. Poll: Re: Is Evolutionism the Fruit of Autonomous Man?

    But if you do believe in God's absolute predestination, then that belief must be rooted in Scriptural religion against all forms of false religions - in other words, if you believe predestination,...
  10. Re: The just shall live by faith - from Christ's faith[fulness] to ours

    This short message (above) may not sound particularly fresh for many within the HyperCalvinistic non-conformity tradition, yet for the more confessionally Reformed (like myself) this scripturally...
  11. Poll: Re: Is Evolutionism the Fruit of Autonomous Man?

    Also, autonomous, godless man logically will seek ways to explain the universe in a God-less fashion. Hence, some form of evolutionism.
  12. Poll: Re: Is Evolutionism the Fruit of Autonomous Man?

    It appears that the very notion of a libertarian, autonomous free will, that is, an uncaused free will, necessarily leads to an insane, blind faith in an uncreated world, which evolved out of...
  13. The just shall live by faith - from Christ's faith[fulness] to ours

    "For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ, for it is the power of God
    to salvation to everyone believing, both to Jew first, and to Greek; for
    in it the righteousness of God is revealed from...
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