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    Re: Video on Particular Atonement

    I be sayin' Hip Hop is da debil.
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    Poll: Re: Is Evolutionism the Fruit of Autonomous Man?

    When I think this through it seems to me that you can't make this a black and white issue. There are many different combos of religious and superstitious beliefs out there and pretty much all of...
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    Poll: Re: Is Evolutionism the Fruit of Autonomous Man?

    For the most part I agree with Bob, however, creation science or at least 'Intelligent Design' (ID) is gaining popularity in some scientific circles. There are a few ID's that do not have a high...
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    Re: Warning Passages

    My opinion (which is worth nothing) is that I have little to no confidence that 'The Epistle to the Hebrews' is scripture, so I do not care what it says.

    Not to mention it's a federal offense to...
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    Re: John Piper & gays in the ELCA

    The problem I have with equating homosexuality with most other 'sinful behaviors' is that I don't know many homosexuals who agree that their desire for others of the same sex is sinful. In other...
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    Poll: Re: Is Evolutionism the Fruit of Autonomous Man?

    There are some who believe God 'created' for six, twenty four hour periods then stopped creating. Essentially God pushed the first domino and the rest fall on their own. This allows the existence...
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    Poll: Re: Is Evolutionism the Fruit of Autonomous Man?

    The best explanation of evolution I have ever seen or heard was from an episode of 'South Park'. Those who are interested can find it easily on the internet.
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    Poll: Re: Is debating doctrines is profitless?

    If I say, "yes" do I contradict myself?
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    Re: Calvinist Founders of America

    One thing is for sure...the dudes dressed like fairies!
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    Wayne sounds like someone who has invested all his intellect into a failing stock and he is just now starting to realize it. I'm sure he will have herds of sheeple that will flock to his aid and...
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    Re: Which version of the Bible do you reccomend?

    I like the NASB as well but I would recommend getting familiar with the history of the scriptures and what books have been disputed and why, then form your own conclusions based on what you learn. ...
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    Re: No Imputed Righteousness In Augustine

    I agree Bob.

    I'm sure someone can pull isolated statements out of writings that date prior to Calvin that resemble an affirmation of Imputed Righteousness, but I would be willing to bet that the...
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    Re: No Imputed Righteousness In Augustine

    I cannot recollect reading many (if any) clear affirmations of Imputed Righteousness till Calvin without the authors contradicting themselves in some form or fashion with their love for religious...
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    Re: Our Unreasonable Faith

    There are things that are awe inspiring about God and His work in Christ for the elect and against the reprobate. However I would not describe any of them as unreasonable, unfathomable maybe, like...
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    Re: Our Unreasonable Faith

    Very true.



    OOOO I like that! If it's okay with you I'm going to use that.:cool:
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    Re: Why Many Calvinists Don't Believe In The Trinity

    The way I see it is much in the same way that Paul confronts the Galatians in Ch 1 when he states in v. 7-8: "I marvel that you are turning away so soon from Him who called you in the grace of...
  17. Re: The extent, way and manner in which God DIRECTLY purposes evil and HINDERS the go

    Before we go any further I suggest that Greg's request be honored since he is a Mod.:)

    Also so I can better understand what your thinking is can you answer my questions as well, I don't mind short...
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    Re: Our Unreasonable Faith

    I don't disagree with what you posted Bob, but I just had one comment in response.

    Back when I professed a theology of free-will, law justification and pre-trib with all the fixin's, I was...
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    Yes.



    Yes. A great example: God caused the horrific, malicious and sadistic bloody murder of His Son and delighted in it.



    Innocent? We're they any less sinful then the mass amount...
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    Re: Why Many Calvinists Don't Believe In The Trinity

    John 6:35-40

    35 And Jesus said to them, “I am the bread of life. He who comes to Me shall never hunger, and he who believes in Me shall never thirst. 36 But I said to you that you have seen Me and...
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    Whatever happens God caused. He does not hinder anything from happening because nothing happens unless He causes it.
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    Re: Why Many Calvinists Don't Believe In The Trinity

    Amen Milt. Even though the following verse is from a disputed book I find it's in harmony with the truth as revealed in scripture.

    Rev 5:9-10
    And they sang a new song, saying:

    “ You are...
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    Foosball is the Debil!:eek:

    On a serious note, amen to your post Chuck. Over the past 6 years or so I have been in the hot seat so to speak on many occasions with those who claim that I am a...
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    Re: Did God in Jesus die on the cross?

    When we die our spirits do not, we go to be with God. When Jesus died, His body, His flesh with which He clothed Himself died but His Spirit was still alive and even proclaimed victory to the...
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    Re: Did God in Jesus die on the cross?

    I have to agree with you on this Chuck. It may be dangerously close to Paradox Theology for some but I simply can't wrap my mind around this one, so I have no choice but to admit it's a mystery to...
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