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  1. For me the limit is where I am not receiving...

    For me the limit is where I am not receiving edification by the preaching and teaching of the true gospel. Those places I have to avoid because they are damaging to a gospel-loving spirit and...
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    Hello again in Christ Vadim. But that's...

    Hello again in Christ Vadim.

    But that's exactly what Gordon Clark unfortunately does in his essay God and Logic. In the end, he gets the "God" of the pagan philosopher Hegel, not the God of the...
  3. Where Can We Fellowship in this Idolatrous Age?

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    I am sure all of us who were edified by her...

    I am sure all of us who were edified by her supreme gospel testimony miss her so much! My comfort is that she is now with the Lord Jesus Christ face to face!
  5. Thread: Eileen Beckett

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    Eileen Beckett

    I have copied all of Eileen Becket's blog entries into Pristine Grace. Some of them are very good. I still miss her bunches.
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    Wow, great discussions again that I have missed...

    Wow, great discussions again that I have missed for years as P-Net dwindled down in activity!

    So what shall we say about regeneration being an epistemological process? Right now it is 3 A.M....
  7. The main reason I don't like the label is because...

    The main reason I don't like the label is because I don't want others telling me what I am. When the 'hyper-Calvinist' label is used today, it means a lot more than it meant historically (not that...
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    Hi Vadim, I would agree that the gradual...

    Hi Vadim,

    I would agree that the gradual revelation of knowledge to the elect individual does not result in partial life in Christ. It's just a gradual revelation of propositions. But I remain...
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    Thank you for opening this important subject. As...

    Thank you for opening this important subject. As it happens, Bob's expression 'without means' caught my attention too. However, I take a different view to you on what regeneration is, so I'd like to...
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    What does the word "means" mean to you?

    Bob,

    I think a good discussion on the word "means" is in order. I've heard some free grace preachers say that men are regenerated via the means of the Gospel. Others state that NO MEANS are...
  11. Hi John, Welcome back to the forum! Glad to...

    Hi John,

    Welcome back to the forum! Glad to have you back, and I'm glad to have this forum operational again. I ended up having to go back and grab an old backup I made and started again with a...
  12. Is it time for Hyper-Calvinists to accept the term "Hyper-Calvinist"

    Hyper-Calvinists have long hated the term Hyper-Calvinist. "Hyper" sounds bad, like a hyperactive child or something. Clearly "Hyper-Calvinist" is meant pejoratively by those who use it. But the...
  13. The way I have resolved this issue in past...

    The way I have resolved this issue in past discussions is to recognize the tri-dimensional nature of justification as taught in scripture--justification purposed (in eternity transcendent of time),...
  14. I think it's how we define justification from...

    I think it's how we define justification from eternity that we need to dismantle.

    In one sense, I personally believe there's no biblical merit for it if viewed through a lens that we were simply...
  15. Since Paul prophesied to the Ephesian elders in...

    Since Paul prophesied to the Ephesian elders in Acts 20 that the great apostasy against the gospel, with lying teachers at the helm in charge, who were even now 'among them', the writings of the...
  16. 2 Tim. 1:8-12 is so clear and unmistakable in...

    2 Tim. 1:8-12 is so clear and unmistakable in what it teaches that I can't imagine anyone denying justification from eternity. God not only purposed this great Grace to occur once we were given...
  17. I would stick to scripture and not rely on the...

    I would stick to scripture and not rely on the lack of the early church fathers holding to a particular doctrine to form your views. Scripture is clear and the opinions of man is irrelevant. If you...
  18. I would just like to chime in here and add this:...

    I would just like to chime in here and add this:



    What exactly does Paul mean in verse 3 and for that matter verse 4, if he's not talking about EJ?
  19. Hi Alex, I remember our long discussions a couple...

    Hi Alex, I remember our long discussions a couple summers ago. Yes, the doctrine of Justification from Eternity is such a comforting doctrine. I can point you to a person who believed in it. The...
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