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Denominational Downgrade Process:
Step 1: To stay competitive, denominational seminaries accept government grants and scholarships. Females enter seminaries.
Step 2: Caveat with government grants and scholarships: Seminaries may no longer restrict MDivs/PhDs to male-only students. Females fill MDiv/PhD rosters and join faculty at seminaries.
Step 3: Denomination denies Scriptures against female preachers. Females supply pulpits.
Step 4: Denomination denies Scriptures against homosexuality. Married same-sex ministers supply pulpits.
Step 5: Post-Christian Organization.

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"Those to whom he is a Father, the Church must also be a mother."

-John Calvin, Institutes of the Christian Religion, Book IV, Chapter i, Sect. i.

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"Among all those who have been born of women, there has not risen a greater than John Calvin; no age before him ever produced his equal, and no age afterwards has seen his rival."

–Charles Spurgeon, The Autobiography of Charles H. Spurgeon, Compiled from His Diaries, Letters, and Records by His Wife and His Private Secretary, 1899, Fleming H. Revell, Vol. 2, (1854–1860), p. 372.

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Did Spurgeon believe that the Church is completely optional after one is saved? Is Calvin wrong that for a person to be saved, "the Church must also be a mother"?


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"Among all those who have been born of women, there has not risen a greater than John Calvin; no age before him ever produced his equal, and no age afterwards has seen his rival. In theology, he stands alone, shining like a bright fixed star, while other leaders and teachers can only circle round him, at a great distance – as comets go streaming through space – with nothing like his glory or his permanence."

Charles Spurgeon


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The Genevan reformer John Calvin, writing his Institutes of the Christian Religion at the very time of the Reformation, wrote therein "beyond the pale of the Church no forgiveness of sins, no salvation, can be hoped for".[9] Calvin wrote also that "those to whom he is a Father, the Church must also be a mother,"[10] echoing the words of the originator of the Latin phrase himself, Cyprian: "He can no longer have God for his Father who has not the Church for his mother."[11]

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"There's neither left nor right, there's only up or down."

-Ronald Reagan


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Abp Chaput told the audience that, “In the United States, our battles over abortion, family life, same-sex ‘marriage,’ and other sensitive issues have led to ferocious public smears and legal threats not only against Catholics, but also against Mormons, evangelicals, and other religious believers.”

Does Big Media get any religion or moral issue right? When they can, don't they even smear Calvinism? WCF? The SBC?


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With abortifacient birth control, abortion and sterilization fueling an American orgy of epoch proportions, even in the church, don't we need to get on our face before Almighty God before castigating the tiny -- and largely irreligious -- homosexual community?

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If I'm Totally Depraved, who am I to cast the first stone at the Roman Catholic Church, Islam or their interactions?

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What is the biblical purpose of wine?
(a.) Serves no positive purpose.
(b.) Part of communion.

If we can't agree on the biblical purpose of wine, or if it even contained alcohol, how can we possibly agree on the definition of the Gospel or how to get saved?


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What about also listening to the other great theologians between the Apostles and the Reformers such as Augustine, Anselm and Aquinas (from Dr. R.C. Sproul, "Now That's a Good Question")?

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"To have lawsuits at all with one another is already a defeat for you. Why not rather suffer wrong? Why not rather be defrauded?"

-1 Cor 6:7

With 50% of spouses "suing out a divorce," even in the church, it's no wonder that we've lost the moral authority to lead.


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"To have lawsuits at all with one another is already a defeat for you. Why not rather suffer wrong? Why not rather be defrauded?"

-1 Cor 6:7


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"Mr. Scott, who was listening to Christian music on his iPad as he entered."

Not helpful unless his iPad is full of songs based on this verse:

"He who builds his house with another's money is collecting stones for his funeral mound."

-1611 KJV


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If Protestants couldn't care less about this ancient Christian site, at least Catholics will.

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Protestant (n): one saved by faith alone unless disproved by Bible verses cited by another.



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