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    Re: The Timing of Justification and Imputation

    Dear Ray and Nic,

    My post was a warning about were some might go if not held to the scrutiny of the written word. I did not direct anything against what I have read by either of you. I am...
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    Re: The Timing of Justification and Imputation

    There are several posts on this thread which are not quite correct and can lead to devastating errors in our Christology. So I hope to put a few warnings out - to guard from the extreme, and...
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    Re: Who's who?

    Hi rhuckle,

    The problem is there is no real comparison between the two. Since they both start on totally different suppositions. In terms of systematic understand of scripture and faith - you...
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    Re: A Practical look at love and hate

    melted,

    There is not much to say in response to your post since the content is so agreeable - except Amen! I remember how confused I was over Paul's words in Romans and the imprecatory ...
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    Re: Calvin's 66 book Canon

    Hi rhuckle!!

    Thanks for your response again.


    You mentioned that you might be dispensational in you theology, so I'm not sure how much you will agree with me here. Never-the-less, I...
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    Re: Calvin's 66 book Canon

    Wow, I never supposed that I was forcing traditions - merely asking for a legitament comparison and application to theology. Perhaps Peter and Hebrews where only referencing the apostolic age and...
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    Re: Calvin's 66 book Canon

    Interesting point...I'm not sure.

    I wrote out a great long response to you about an hour ago, but when I tried to post it my computer crashed. Anyway, the gist of it was concerning the power of...
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    Re: Calvin's 66 book Canon

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    BK - If you believe that God intended His bride to wallow in canonical darkness for centuries - where did you get this doctrine? From Scripture?? - Also what support...
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    Re: Calvin's 66 book Canon

    rlhuckle,

    Thank-you for your contribution and the demeanor of it!

    I have a quick question for you concerning your post. You admitted the possibility that Satan could get false ...
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    Re: Calvin's 66 book Canon

    Dear Bob and Brandan,

    Your work on the Canon question is developing - but I fear it is developing in the wrong way. It is admirable to question the majority position (it takes guts) and...
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    Re: Anti-Scripture + Anti-Calvin...?

    Why is this a mystery?

    It's hard to find a passage in the scripture that does not testify to the total depravity of man!

    Bob gave you a few examples of how the scripture treats our nature...
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    Re: Question on immutability

    Joe, I agree with what you are saying, but am trying to clarify like Gill where the change takes place.

    If God say's that a rule or stipulation of the covenant will change - that change occurs...
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    Re: Question on immutability

    Joe,

    I think I understand what you are asking, so I thought I would give it a stab.

    God's immutability has to do with His person and His perfection. It is a quality or attribute of the...
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    Is all untruth a lie?

    This may sound strange, but I've been thinking about lying recently. Or actually to be more precise - I've been wondering if all non-truth is a lie?

    To me the scripture is a little ...
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    Re: Whatever will be will be?

    The question is certainly posed in a fatalistic sense - and those pointing out that fatalism has no hope are very wise to do so! Fatalism is only concerned with the unalterableness of events, it does...
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    Re: Is God Doubleminded

    [COLOR=blue].

    [COLOR=Black]Bucky,

    You suffer from a small view of God!
    If you re-read Colosians and Hebrews (for a start) then you should see that all things that where created were created...
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    Re: What to do with Acts 22:16?

    It think it means what it says! - Don't you? :D

    Anyway, Charles has given some good points to ponder, and I would like to add that the imperative to 'work out your salvation' is no different than...
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    Re: Upon Reflection!

    Hi Eileen,

    Speaking of charitable...Thank-you for your kind words in difficult times in so many other posts! I wonder how things are going for you at home? Is their improvement? - Know...
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    Re: What to do with Acts 22:16?

    Milt,
    It is quite unfortunate, but I know exactly what you're talking about! - Oh that the Lord would give us repentance, and live at least half as good as we think! What you speak of is a ...
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    Re: What to do with Acts 22:16?

    Bucky,

    I realize that you have been banned, but perhaps you will still have occasion to read this:

    There is no need to accept some passages and reject others based on one theology!...
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    Re: What to do with Acts 22:16?

    Dear Bucky,

    None of your arguments seem to do any damage whatsoever to Calvinism. What the scripture says makes total sense and doesn't demand the order solutus you purpose. Perhaps your...
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    Re: The dating of the book of James

    Bob,
    I agree with you that the early date of 45 A.D. is most dependant on the Jerusalem council and not the text itself. Therefore I do Not hold to a pre - 50's Date emphatically - However, ...
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    Re: The Multi-Level Canon

    Milt,

    I appreciate the humor ! :D

    I think I understand why you are able to question the book (or Chapter 2) and realize that there are many other things that you have experienced and...
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    Re: The Multi-Level Canon

    Dearest Milt,

    As far as I can tell you and I do not disagree on any point concerning salvation. We keep talking past one another because you take me to be defending a works + Faith...
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    Re: The Multi-Level Canon

    Little progress has been made on either side of this issue - which I am sure is apparent to all.

    I would like to humbly point out to those wanting to reconsider James as canonical - that...
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