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Graham family ideology is Arminian.

"There are basically only two religions in the world. One says, "If you will do such and such, God will graciously bestow His blessing upon you." The thousand and one varieties of this religion differ only on what the "such and such" is that you must be willing to do.
Notice carefully the three key words IF YOU WILL.

(1) God's forgiveness is possible IF .....
(2) God's forgiveness is possible if YOU...
(3) God's forgiveness is possible if you WILL. . . .

The ultimate success or failure of this religion is determined solely by the will of man. Everything depends on an "if," and on "you," and on "your willingness" to do your part. Redemption is always conditional since it depends on man's cooperation for success. The great work of salvation is not actually accomplished until God can find someone who is willing to "cooperate with Him." Our forefathers called this "if you will" system the "religion of works." It was also called "Arminianism"" (J.G.Reisinger)

The Graham family proclaims this false witness of "If you will" - An unbiblical fallacy believed by many in the churches which is the religion of emptiness, worldliness and worthless.


News Item3/27/15 3:34 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Dorcas wrote:
John Y wrote...
None of the Protestant Reformers believed that...
Here's a few names for you to study about what they believed concerning satanic Rome.
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John Wycliffe
John Huss
William Tyndale
John Hooper
Rowland Taylor
Bishop Ridley
Bishop Latimer
All were martyred by your religion that you come on here to defend and lie about.
Amen Dorcas, we shall not forget them. Well, we won't so long as we keep them in mind and remind ourselves about what is was all about. It is none less than a spiritual war, and we shall never give in to the impostor of Rome.

Thanks for posting it!


News Item3/27/15 3:31 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Beware false witnesses wrote:
We hold that man is never so near grace as when he begins to feel he can do nothing at all. When he says, 'I can pray, I can believe, I can do this, and I can do the other,' marks of self-sufficiency and arrogance are on his brow. (Charles H. Spurgeon)
Very true, as the good ol' Baptist says.

But not true for the saints, who say.....

Philippians 4:13 KJV
(13) I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.


News Item3/27/15 3:23 PM
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Dorcas wrote:
John Y wrote...
None of the Protestant Reformers believed that...
Here's a few names for you to study about what they believed concerning satanic Rome.
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John Wycliffe
John Huss
William Tyndale
John Hooper
Rowland Taylor
Bishop Ridley
Bishop Latimer
All were martyred by your religion that you come on here to defend and lie about.
Thanks sister, excellent information. Your list is great and we could add millions of the common folks who simply refused to cave in to their demonic religion. Only a child or troll would parrot what John Y is parroting, but he keeps on going. It is hard to imagine him denying what his church has said and done, but go figure. Hope you and your husband are doing well.

News Item3/27/15 3:19 PM
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History records that heresy such as the Roman Catholic philosophy enters the church and poisons it with deceitful religious counterfeit spurious and sham ideologies. One of these bogus philosophies is Arminianism (an offshoot of RCC interpretation) the erroneous theory that sinners have free will and that God requires our decision to save. This heretical deception is widely used in the churches today. It is one of Satan's tools to confuse and confound the churches. The Reformed Church has been fighting this evil lie for centuries.

"What the Arminian wants to do is to arouse man's activity: what we want to do is to kill it once for all---to show him that he is lost and ruined, and that his activities are not now at all equal to the work of conversion; that he must look upward. They seek to make the man stand up: we seek to bring him down, and make him feel that there he lies in the hand of God, and that his business is to submit himself to God, and cry aloud, 'Lord, save, or we perish.' We hold that man is never so near grace as when he begins to feel he can do nothing at all. When he says, 'I can pray, I can believe, I can do this, and I can do the other,' marks of self-sufficiency and arrogance are on his brow." (Charles H. Spurgeon)


News Item3/27/15 3:19 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Frank wrote:
And of course there are nuances to open theism as there is with Arminianism or Calvinism. An extreme open theist would simply say that "nothing" has been determined by God in eternity because God gave mankind free will to thwart anything He does. He must always react to us in our dynamic time because He doesn't appeal to His foreknowledge or sovereignty, although some of them allow for Him to use His foreknowledge.
By the way, it also confused me and I did a study of it. I don't mind theorizing about things as long as we realize it is theorizing and we don't try to force our blocks into holes they don't belong in.
Thanks Frank.

In the passage I quoted, which I could have quoted any of the letters to the churches by God's dictation, the church at Ephesus was commended for certain things, and warned about other things. They obviously didn't heed the warnings, as I think I'm right in saying that Jesus removed the church from Ephesus, that is, he shut it down.


News Item3/27/15 3:18 PM
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John Y wrote...
None of the Protestant Reformers believed that...
Here's a few names for you to study about what they believed concerning satanic Rome.
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John Wycliffe
John Huss
William Tyndale
John Hooper
Rowland Taylor
Bishop Ridley
Bishop Latimer

All were martyred by your religion that you come on here to defend and lie about.


News Item3/27/15 3:10 PM
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John UK wrote:
Thanks Pilgrim, I had not come across the term before, and it seems to be gaining adherents in the last couple of decades. It's a bit beyond me, like a lot of these theological theorisings.
And of course there are nuances to open theism as there is with Arminianism or Calvinism. An extreme open theist would simply say that "nothing" has been determined by God in eternity because God gave mankind free will to thwart anything He does. He must always react to us in our dynamic time because He doesn't appeal to His foreknowledge or sovereignty, although some of them allow for Him to use His foreknowledge.

By the way, it also confused me and I did a study of it. I don't mind theorizing about things as long as we realize it is theorizing and we don't try to force our blocks into holes they don't belong in.


News Item3/27/15 3:06 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
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Frank wrote:
This is almost funny, but I will respond one time. I have a photo of the pope kissing the koran and there are lots of quotes from the vatican that says the Muslims and Christians worship the same God. Now my trollish friend, the Christian God is triune. That means 3 in one. Is that the same God that Islam worship.
I of course am only responding to you in case an occasional reader may not be familiar with you.
Enough with the lies already. The Apostles and Nicene Creeds which are the Statement of Faith of the RCC states "We believe in One God the Father Almighty. We believe in One Lord Jesus Christ the only begotten Son of God. We believe in the Holy Spirit the Lord and giver of life.". Now that is the One True God of the Bible the RCC has always worshiped in the form of worshiping Jesus as God. Nobody in their right mind believes the RCC worships a different god the God of the Bible. Luther did not even believe that. None of the Protestant Reformers believed that.

News Item3/27/15 3:03 PM
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Proverbs 1:7 AV
"The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge; but fools despise wisdom and instruction".

1John 5:21
"Little children, keep yourselves from idols".

Revelation 22:14
"Blessed are they that do His commandments, that they may have right to the tree of life, and may enter in through the gates into the city".


News Item3/27/15 3:01 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Frank wrote:
If God doesn’t know what we are going to do and is dependent on what we do before He can act, then that is open theism. In other words, He chooses to work only in dynamic time and has forfeited the right to act against what His creation does. He becomes“dependent” on us for His ultimate decisions.
The verses you quoted would not be the best, but they certainly would be used by them to support their thoughts.
Thanks Pilgrim, I had not come across the term before, and it seems to be gaining adherents in the last couple of decades. It's a bit beyond me, like a lot of these theological theorisings.

News Item3/27/15 2:57 PM
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John Yurich USA wrote:
Frank, Enough with the lies that the RCC has a different god then the God of the Bible and that the Graham's support the RCC and Islam. The Apostles and Nicene Creeds state "We believe in One God the Father Almighty. We believe in One Lord Jesus Christ the only begotten Son of God. We believe in the Holy Spirit the Lord and giver of life."(The God of the Bible).
This is almost funny, but I will respond one time. I have a photo of the pope kissing the koran and there are lots of quotes from the vatican that says the Muslims and Christians worship the same God. Now my trollish friend, the Christian God is triune. That means 3 in one. Is that the same God that Islam worship.

I of course am only responding to you in case an occasional reader may not be familiar with you. But and I am saying this with kindness and love so don't be offended, I do believe you worship the same God the RCC and Islam worship. Out of the mouth of the vatican; they are in fact the same.


News Item3/27/15 2:46 PM
Ahum | USA  Find all comments by Ahum
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james jacob wrote:
Ahum would you let a Muslim into your house and teach your kids about Isis? Probably not, just like you wouldn't let a homosexual into your house right, this isn't about rights, it's about warning people about wats going in in the world, if you ask me , that's asking to have coffee with the terrorists!
No,James. I would guard my children and my home from those who don't have my values. However, that is a college. Anything goes. They are not suppose to discriminate. Colleges advocate equal opportunities even to those with motives that might be to their own undoing. In the past, they excused, or accused individuals. Now the gate is open to anything (goes).
God has created man upright. But he has sought out many inventions. These institution of higher learning are becoming undone. Unfortunately, it is wreaking ungodly havoc in society. Landmarks are being removed. Foundations are being shaken. Thinking themselves to be wise, they have become fools.
God must be laughing at the futility of man.

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james jacob wrote:
Billy Graham in an interview said out of his own mouth that muslims, catholics and even unbelievers are all part of the body of Christ, does that sound biblical to you? I believe he used to preach the gospel but something happend to him, and it's not a lie Jesus said he is the only way to heaven and muslims sure don't believe in Jesus as a saviour
Enough with the lies about Graham believing that salvation can come apart from trusting in Jesus alone for salvation.

Christopher, You asked "What if the information were to come from his own autobiography and his own comments during recorded and published interviews over the decades?". I still would not believe it. Nobody in their right mind would believe it since Graham has always preached the biblical doctrine of salvation that salvation comes only through trusting in Jesus alone for salvation.

Frank, Enough with the lies that the RCC has a different god then the God of the Bible and that the Graham's support the RCC and Islam. The Apostles and Nicene Creeds state "We believe in One God the Father Almighty. We believe in One Lord Jesus Christ the only begotten Son of God. We believe in the Holy Spirit the Lord and giver of life."(The God of the Bible).


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Alexander Hamilton that great American patriot and Founding Father was responsible for The Founding of the Fed It was a brilliant idea and finally in place in American governmental system So read the article, Penny, and be thankful there weren't tea-party types in what would turn out to be the Republican Party.

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Jim Lincoln wrote:
Is_A_Catholic_Christian_An_Oxymoron?
No a Catholic Christian is not an oxymoron if a Catholic comes to trust in Jesus alone for salvation and has embraced Jesus as their Personal Savior.

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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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This looks like an excellent article on http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2012/12/islamic_fascism_the_nazi_connection.html (Islamic Fascism: the Nazi Connection). I would say the article is good enough to keep in your folder to go to.

I don't think Islam can be fixed, Muslim Mindset: 'The hatred is in Muhammad himself'. But who knows, if Canada can convert enough of it's Muhammadans into Methodist Muslims, it could be possible.


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Wayfairer pilgrim wrote:
Irregardless what we may or may not agree with Franklin's perceived theology , what he is doing is either to wake up the "entertain us church crowd", or actually forewarn the nodding, amen crowd that a storm is here and is about to get worse. I generally don't question the guy waving a orange flag in a construction zone, but do tend to pay attension to what the condition the road is ahead.
Well just for the record, I can’t read his heart so I agree with you on that. I am only going by what he says and writes. According to those things, my comment was right on. Now we aren’t talking about a construction site, but I don’t object to that analogy. In spiritual terms, I would say if I saw the pope waving a sign saying to do something and he was dressed in his religious garb so there was no mistake as to who he was, then I would ignore him and could care less what the sign said. To me, the person holding the sign is just as important as what the sign says. The Grahams wouldn’t ignore the pope’s sign since the sign is pointing to the same God in their opinions. If satan or one of his emissaries were holding a sign, I’m sure you would ignore it also.

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John for JESUS wrote:
Jim...
Franklin Graham is talking about the United States being at the end of it's exsistance as a nation. He didn't say it is has anything to do with the biblical end times.
So, John for JESUS
Are you saying that this is a world view that Franklin has; and not a biblical view? Is he now a prophet "or sumpin"?

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Marty, you'll see from at least one of the quotes came from an ex-official of a private school in Texas. I would strongly suggest that people read the second page of the article that SA referred to. Some of these religious institutions are no more than diploma mills. If they want to issues what appears to be a secular degree than be accredited by an official secular source.

Oh, by the way, are some degrees worth the paper they are printed on, state university that is also a No

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