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    James, thanks for responding. I agree with you. ...

    James, thanks for responding. I agree with you. I am now in a difficult position that I did not foresee.
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    Welsh Tract Society and Unitarianism

    I read through some of Ed Vrell's book and noticed he really laid into the Welsh Tract Society (for being anti-triniarian - or anti-trinitarian gnostic trash as Ed calls them!), and later this week,...
  3. Agree with you Vadim. Duty faith is another...

    Agree with you Vadim. Duty faith is another gospel. It's not the Good news of salvation.
  4. That's my conclusion as well Vadim. As a...

    That's my conclusion as well Vadim. As a denomination goes, they're still probably one of the best. I don't think I could regularly attend one of their congregations.

    BTW, I'm headed to Ashland...
  5. The PRCA still believes in Duty Faith I believe...

    The PRCA still believes in Duty Faith I believe...
  6. Sounds good to me Bob.. Did you write the...

    Sounds good to me Bob.. Did you write the attachment? I haven't read it yet, but before I do I will lay my thoughts down here... I believe that the atonement was necessary ONLY because God wanted it...
  7. Amen Craig - SCOCA

    Amen Craig - SCOCA
  8. Craig, do you have a link to that group? Or the...

    Craig, do you have a link to that group? Or the details of the group in Hawaii? I'd like to include them in the directory if they're truly Gospel oriented.
  9. I started using the term hyper free-gracer last...

    I started using the term hyper free-gracer last year to describe what I am.
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    My thoughts exactly. I donít smoke - my wife...

    My thoughts exactly. I donít smoke - my wife and son just wouldnít like it! I donít chew tobacco either - I like having teeth. But I cannot condemn anyone who engages in these practices. Smoking...
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    https://www.pristinegrace.org/media.php?id=562 ...

    https://www.pristinegrace.org/media.php?id=562

    From our former contributor and dearly departed sister Eileen:


    Unbelieving belief!

    It’s what you believe a believer is when you’re not a...
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    Adultery and smoking is not the same thing. ...

    Adultery and smoking is not the same thing. Smoking a cigar does not cause cancer. Glenn knows what to do if he’s a regenerate believer. Nobody needs to babysit him.
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    John, I wasn't making fun of you. But I was...

    John, I wasn't making fun of you. But I was simply pointing out the absurdity of defining gluttony as "eating to excess". This is no way meant to be an attack upon you, so please don't take it...
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    Guess that means no dessert for me!

    Guess that means no dessert for me!
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    Eating hamburgers is bad also especially if the...

    Eating hamburgers is bad also especially if the meat is charred (known carcinogen). Smoking a cigarette, cigar, or occasional pipe isn’t going to kill anyone.
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    Jesus saved all kinds of people, even smokers! ...

    Jesus saved all kinds of people, even smokers! I'm reminded of this article written years ago on "regional sanctification": https://www.pristinegrace.org/media.php?id=296
  17. I think Bob is referring to the fact that the...

    I think Bob is referring to the fact that the definition of a hyper-calvinist has changed over time.
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    Thank you Bob. While I disagree with Vadimís...

    Thank you Bob. While I disagree with Vadimís position that this is more than semantics (at least as it pertains to us) I do agree we probably shouldnít use constraining words to describe God. ...
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    One more final note, here in Missouri, where I...

    One more final note, here in Missouri, where I grew up, we would use English very improperly. For example, I'd ask my mom, "Can we go to the park today?" I wasn't asking in a FORMAL sense. I was...
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    Based on what you wrote, I don't think that you...

    Based on what you wrote, I don't think that you do. I don't think you understand the nuances of our language.

    Yes, I am satisfied. I wouldn't have posted it publicly if I didn't think it...
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    Hi Vadim, I understand your frustration, but...

    Hi Vadim,

    I understand your frustration, but that's how we talk over here in America. The phrase "I just can't - I just can't" is one that I and others use often. But the real meaning is "I...
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    a) He acts out of the constraint of His own...

    a) He acts out of the constraint of His own nature, He cannot do otherwise!


    I read this to say, He acts according to His will, He will not do otherwise!


    b) Likewise, God is free only to...
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    OK, well I don't have any problems reconciling...

    OK, well I don't have any problems reconciling your position with Bob's. I'm convinced it's semantics. :) Grace and Peace!
  24. Welcome back Razor!

    Welcome back Razor!
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    I suppose it’s a matter of will not instead of...

    I suppose it’s a matter of will not instead of can not. God CAN do anything. HE IS ABSOLUTELY FREEE. There are no constraints. But we know HE WILL NOT do certain things. This is a matter of...
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