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  1. Re: A Comparison of Sovereign Grace and Federal Vision Teaching

    Dear Brandan and Robert,

    Certainly you are right. The tone of my posts have changed but not out of a desire to peck any bone with either of you. I am addressing your beliefs, which of late have...
  2. Re: A Comparison of Sovereign Grace and Federal Vision Teaching

    Don't mistake Total Depravity for an axiom. It is a basic principles and as such can be compared if we both agree on the axiom. However if you ditch the axiom of Scripture, namely that the 66 books...
  3. Poll: Re: Do you believe sin is transmitted from parent to child?

    'Being wrong can be forgiven: it is insisting on being right that confirms our being bound in original murderous sin.'
    James Alison

    Sin began somewhere and spread like a cancer to every living...
  4. Poll: Re: Do you believe sin is transmitted from parent to child?

    It largely depends who your parents are ? :)

    John 8:44

    You are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father you will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the...
  5. Re: A Comparison of Sovereign Grace and Federal Vision Teaching

    Dear Bob,

    Is there a reason why you left out 'Total Depravity' ?
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    Re: Heretical Church Fathers

    Dear Mary,

    Here is a very interesting passage. I love the part where Adonai makes clothes to cover there shame.

    1 Corinthians 15:45-49

    And so it is written, The first man Adam was made a...
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    Re: Heretical Church Fathers

    Dear Brandan,

    Burning Scripture ?

    Do you remember when crazed religious fanatics burned Beatles albums ? I once heard it rumoured that Rastafarians sometimes smoke the Holy Books, one page at...
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    Re: The WHOLE life of Christ

    Thanks Lion,
    I have ALWAYS loved John's Gospel with a passion and the insights you have shared go BINGO!

    Your passion for the 'holy writ' has certainly rekindled a passion for John's Gospel;...
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    Re: 'I don't know'

    Dear Bob,

    I understand your teaching on imputation, but am I to understand that you teach justification apart from faith as well as apart from works ?
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    Re: On A Slippery Slope

    Dear Nicholas,

    Though I have never been a member of the Presbyterian Church, except for a brief moment during my infant baptism, I found the above stanza to be most enlightening and right on the...
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    Re: New to Predestinarian

    From the jungles of Southern Africa!

    Welcome Dennis!

    I think you will find the experience here, most fruitful and enlightening.

    I am a writer and have found the insights and discussions...
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    Re: Heretical Church Fathers

    'Traducianism was supported by Tertullian, the Eastern Orthodox Church, Gregory of Nyssa, many in the early Western church (but Roman Catholicism is creationist), the Lutheran Church, and some...
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    Re: 'I don't know'

    Highlyfavoured, I find the closing statements of Ian Potts of particular interest. link Not to say that the whole article is not. It is just that seeing as Bob has given such a clear explanation...
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    Re: 'I don't know'

    Dear Brandan, Bob and Milt,

    I notice that all of you gentleman answered: 'imputed', 'imputed', 'at the cross'. Now inspite of the fact that I am aware there was a raging debate concerning the...
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    Re: What is your relationship to the Bible?

    Dear friends,
    Please note the alternation to my opening post. :)
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    Re: Heretical Church Fathers

    'In the beginning was the Granny." I like it. :D
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    Poll: Re: Who is the Antichrist?

    Hey Scott,
    Nice combination. I must admit that when I got to the passage above I was severely creeped out. Mainly because Yeshua is being very specific.

    I cannot help connecting the dots. The...
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    Poll: Re: Who is the Antichrist?

    Welcome Billy!

    I also voted, 'I don't know'. Not to worry according to the late Rev. Ray Stedman, in order to make an accurate study of prophecy, one needs to make an indepth study of the whole...
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    'I don't know'

    Generally I am quite good at avoiding questions that 'I don't know' the answer to but some question beg for an answer to be given.

    Unique to P-net is the set of really deep and searching...
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    What is your relationship to the Bible?

    What is your relationship to the Bible?

    Our relationship to the Bible will pretty much determine what sort of theology we will express or embrace. One might end up with a mixture of Charles...
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    Re: Heretical Church Fathers

    Coming out of Roman Catholicism is pretty much the same as coming out of the Hare Krishnas, or for that matter any of the Hindu religions where it is about devotion to various so called divine...
  22. Thread: Confessions

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    Re: Confessions

    That's actually very funny. I mean the first part of your question...

    Why do you confess the confession you confess ?

    I have been going through Romans and thought this might not be a bad...
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    Re: Heretical Church Fathers

    Really Chuck,

    Are these the words of 'truth and soberness', the sort that come from a master of translational skills, who is currently translating the written word of Yahweh ? Or are they the...
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    Re: Heretical Church Fathers

    Nicholas,

    I enjoyed your early references to William Webster's work and wondered where you are obtaining your information from. (sources) Also it is mainly because you have tweeked the ears of...
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    Re: An Appeal to my Brethren

    In that case a warm saintly welcome to you St. Nicholos, from all the saints here @ P-net ! :)
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