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Lurker wrote:
But I've known that for years discussing with Presby so it comes as no surprise
Yes I've noticed that myself Lurker. The weird interpretations you come out with sometimes are obviously nothing to do with the verses you quote in relation to a particular theme. But clearly God has allowed the practice of heresy and religious counterfeiting that the truth may be perceived by the elect, and the Holy Spirits clarity be plain lucid and transparent to the true Christian, - Only by grace of course. To God alone be the glory.

May the Lord bring you into His whole counsel.


News Item6/19/14 2:59 PM
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John UK wrote:
I refer you to the answer I gave several years ago.
First you post a completely scurrilous and deceitful post. Then you post this inane comment when I respond. What with your contemptuous posts and lies can anyone believe that you are displaying a Christlike heart? NO!!

If you do not want to debate then stop attacking other people from different denominations. Stop the hate. Grow up!

Matt 7:19 Every tree that bringeth not forth good fruit is hewn down, and cast into the fire. 20 Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them.


News Item6/19/14 12:14 PM
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John UK wrote:
Let me see now. In time past we discovered that Mr Presby believed in covenant children, that is, children of believers, and that all these were certain to be regenerated and saved, continuing on from the Abrahamic Covenant of circumcision, where water baptism replaced circumcision.
John. Telling lies like this is not going to further the cause of your denominations unbiblical traditions.

And please notice that you are completely off topic here. This thread is about Israel and the stupid accusation that they are apartheid.

We don't want to get back into teaching baptists how to interpret the Bible properly again, since as you know, Biblical Presbyterian Covenant theology won that one hands down in previous threads.


News Item2/19/14 9:36 AM
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Michael Hranek wrote:
1. only by His own sovereign election and the supernatural work of His word and Spirit .... repentance and saving faith in Jesus Christ
2. Still for those who fail (rebellously?) to see His love for the lost and pervert His word
1. I agree thus far in your word here Michael. Question; Do you accept that the election of God took place before the foundation of the world? And, Do you agree that God's election of the individual is nothing to do with actions, volition or decisions made by said individual?
2. I suppose in a word what you are referring to here is "False Teaching"?
The problem with the identification of false teaching is that the Arminian for example does not believe that his theology is actually wrong. CAB being a case in point. There are occasions when I have "corrected" some on here about the way in which they have formed their post which alludes more to man taking precedent over God or grace. Another presumptuous error is "hyper-Calvinism" for some in ignorance, simply used as an insult rather than a theological interpretation. But in truth it is actually a prescribed theological and interpretational deviation, and has a specific synopsis. Comprehension makes all the difference!

News Item2/18/14 3:30 PM
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Remember as God's People WE will be persecuted by Satan's servant.

Matt 5:11 Blessed are ye, when men shall revile you, and persecute you, and shall say all manner of evil against you falsely, for my sake.
12 Rejoice, and be exceeding glad: for great is your reward in heaven: for so persecuted they the prophets which were before you.

Halleluiah! Amen!


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Unbiblical Presbyterianism wrote:
nothing biblical
SermonAudio Sermons:-

Rotten Pillars of Arminianism
http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=9111119212910

Arminianism. Another gospel.
http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=106071354170

Arminianism. Another gospel.
http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?sid=111908124030

Election, Reprobation and Predestination In the Reformed Creeds.
http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=127081239569

Jesus' Death Blow to Arminianism
http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=12713133736

Galatians 1:9 As we said before, so say I now again, If any man preach any other gospel unto you than that ye have received, let him be accursed."


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Unprofitable Servant wrote:
1. No one but you is putting forth an Arminian view of the atonement
2. You have no answer to the fact that those whom you say cannot be saved
1. The Arminian heresy has been around since Jesus walked the earth. One of the observations made by those in the know is that Arminianism is rife within the churches today. It is unbiblical heresy and fallacy pure unadulterated error and is to be fought against by the followers of Jesus. (2Peter 2:1/2 refers) What I post is not only for those who debate on the thread but all who may read the posts. I serve Christ by the guidance of the Holy Spirit and sound doctrine.
2. God saves the Elect who were "Chosen before the foundation of the world" and I use the sound doctrine which the Elect will recognise. As Peter teaches "Elect according to the foreknowledge of God the Father, through sanctification of the Spirit, unto obedience and sprinkling of the blood of Jesus Christ:"
God and I agree on that fact!
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John UK wrote:
1) sheep "come to Christ"
2) They embrace him by faith
3) Every transgression is paid for in full at Calvary
1) "Drawn" by God alone.
2) Faith is the gift of God.
3) Is that Universalism???

News Item2/18/14 10:42 AM
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Michael Hranek wrote:
7 Let the WICKED forsake his way,
Notice you didn't use the New testament Michael wonder why that was???

btw I was reading that the Arminian style religious person - (who believes that the atonement made salvation possible for all BUT not necessary actual for any) - thus who include the "wicked" reprobated to hell. And thus abandon the concept that the atonement is substitutionary"
Is that where you guys are today??

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Unprofitable Servant wrote:
Ezekiel 18:21 But if the wicked
Lurker wrote:
Eze 33:11 .... I have no pleasure in the death of the wicked
I wonder why you guys didn't pick a "winner" from the NT???

btw Have you noticed the lack of "sinners" in Ezekiel??? Wonder why that is???

Now remember my original post IS CORRECT::-
""The Arminian doctrine teaches universalism thus the blood of Christ is declared by them to be ineffectual for some.
This is idolatrous and blasphemous teaching.
To suggest that God would spill the blood of His Son for the wicked is sheer folly and fallacy. Thus it is false religion.""

I hope for the sake of the "sinner" that your witness will know the difference between the two and be effectual.


News Item2/17/14 3:27 PM
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CAB wrote:
T - "Total Depravity"
Here are the Five Points of Calvinism called "TULIP" The Doctrines of Grace With Scripture Verses...........
http://fivesolas.com/tulipscriptures.htm

For example
"I. TOTAL DEPRAVITY

A. Arminian Position: Man is spiritually sick. Fallen man was seriously affected by the fall but he still has the ability to choose spiritual good. He determines his eternal destiny by either accepting or rejecting God's mercies.

B. Reformed Position: Man is spiritually dead. Because of the fall, man has become spiritually dead, blind and deaf to the things of God and is therefore unable of himself to choose spiritual good and determine his own destiny.

C. Scriptural Support for the Reformed Position

1. The fall has resulted in spiritual death to all men.

Gen.2:16 - Gen.2:17 ..... "

And many many more.


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Michael Hranek wrote:
I didn't want to pass up the opportunity
Michael. As I alluded to your brothers below I am really worried about the teaching and doctrines that you poor Baptists are receiving. As I have often had to correct and teach you for example when you fall back into your old popish ways, and the Baptist penchant for avoiding the Old Testament and God's Covenant etc etc.

But you and your Baptist brothers needn't worry I will stick around for your edification and bring more accurate exegesis to the threads for y'all.

May the Lord bring you into all of His counsel.


News Item2/17/14 11:08 AM
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Unprofitable Servant wrote:
elect
Hey Ups, Found this on a truly Biblical site. Thought I would give it to you.
"6. There is an unbroken record in church history of the practice of infant baptism. Although tradition is of a secondary value, it is especially important here for this reason: We know for a fact that the earliest Christians after the death of the apostles were practicing infant baptism, with the command of those who were trained by the apostles themselves. Where was the debate, assuming these immediate successors to the disciples were departing from the apostolic practice?
7. Baptism is the work of God, not man. It is not a sign of the believer's commitment to God (which would, therefore, require prior faith and repentance), but the sign and seal of God's promise to save all who do not reject their baptism by refusing to trust in Christ. For the nature of baptism, see Mark 16:16, Acts. 22:16; Rom. 6:3; Tit. 3:5. The reason these references are to those who have first believed is that the first converts, obviously, were adults when the believed, but they evidently baptized their children. The same was true of Abraham, who believed before he was circumcised, but then had his children circumcised as infants." (M.S.Horton)

News Item2/16/14 4:17 PM
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CV wrote:
No they're NOT. If they are "just", then they are justified, not sinners any longer
The ONLY sinless person who lived on planet earth was a man called Jesus.
Ever heard of Him?

HE was the Son of God.

Oh for better teaching in the churches!!!!


News Item2/15/14 11:10 AM
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Mike wrote:
Something new in the wind. Now the wicked aren't sinners. Who knew?
Both the term "sinner" and the term "wicked" are used separately in the Bible. If they are both used then what does that tell you - Even if you are only Baptists???

Matt 13:49 So shall it be at the end of the world: the angels shall come forth, and sever the wicked from among the just"
= Now both the "wicked" and the "just" are sinners.

Also the word sinner is a different GREEK word to that used and translated wicked.

Boy oh boy its going to take me ages to teach you Baptists the Bible.


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John UK wrote:
I did say there was no need to respond. Why do you insist on making it difficult for yourself?
Observe
Romans 5:8 KJV
8 But God commendeth his love toward us, in that, while we were yet **sinners**, Christ died for us.
Christ died for sinners, to save sinners. This is simple theology.
Now that you've got the word "sinners" in your brain cell - Go back and identify the word which I used in the original post. Remember we Presbyterians stick to the Bible.

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The Arminian doctrine teaches universalism thus the blood of Christ is declared by them to be ineffectual for some.
This is idolatrous and blasphemous teaching.
To suggest that God would spill the blood of His Son for the wicked is sheer folly and fallacy. Thus it is false religion.

The Arminian reasoning behind this fiction is to bring God and Christ down - whilst they raise man up to divine level that they might boast of saving themselves. This of course is blatant idolatry and follows the path of Roman Catholicism and their salvation by works.

Arminianism is the seed of Liberalism.
Liberalism is the church who ditched the Bible. Arminianism is the church who led the way to misinterpreted, misconstrued and mistranslated Bible religious hypothesis.

Arminianism is the opposite of Calvinism.
Calvinism obeys and serves the whole counsel of God - The complete Bible.
As CHS stated Calvinism IS the Gospel.

Arminianism is free will for man.
Arminianism is free sin to dominate man.
Arminianism is the Religion of Doubt. Doubt of the Lord and doubt of salvation.
Arminian human concept of free will can be seen in Roman Catholicism and Jehovah's Witness theology - This of itself demonstrates its heretical origins.

Get Calvinism - or Get Lost!


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All 5 points wrote:
I believe that Mr. Rutherford taught differently then this comment above ...
No man knows the heart of another man. God alone knows the heart
I am surprised that you would think that Rutherford or any Reformed Christian would think differently.
The excerpt you quoted above your post comes from Matt 7:21-23. And as Christ finishes at verse 23 "I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity."
What do you think Jesus was saying - If not they are the unsaved?

God can read the heart of man and man cannot read the heart, which tells us that God knows more about us than any mortal can ever know. This also teaches that God knows His elect - And we can never know who is elect.

This brings us to the invisible church on earth, invisible to mankind but visible to God.
John 10: 26 But ye believe not, because ye are not of my sheep, as I said unto you. 27 My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me: 28 And I give unto them eternal life; and they shall never perish, neither shall any man pluck them out of my hand.
Christ's "sheep" believe.
Christ's "sheep" hear the voice of the Lord.
Christ's "sheep" follow Jesus.
The rest go to hell.

Christ's "sheep" which HE refers to are the Elect of God.


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Michael Hranek wrote:
And another thought is that when God Himself speaks of His people being holy to Him it is in the context of them being His own special treasure
But don't forget Michael there are many who call Him Lord, Lord and cannot really mean it. Roman Catholics, Arminians, Free willers, Wesleyans et al Cannot be Elect of a Sovereign God. They haven't received the truth of T.U.L.I.P. and obviously come up with fallacy instead of Bible doctrine. So the "people of God" are a particular people whom God and Christ "know" (Mat 7:23) and know them to be Holy and His own.

Jesus states::-
John 10:27 My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me:
28 And I give unto them eternal life; and they shall never perish, neither shall any man pluck them out of my hand.
29 My Father, which gave them me, is greater than all; and no man is able to pluck them out of my Father's hand.
30 I and my Father are one.

Regarding this article and "Christians reject idea of waiting for marriage" (adultery) - These are nominal Christian and probably come from Arminian style churches.

Remember Get Calvinism or Get Lost!!!


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DJC49 wrote:
Question:
The Roman Catholic church baptizes babies also. Are their peado-baptisms as efficacious as Presby peado-baptisms when it comes to those babies' salvation? Why or why not?
If the parents of the child are Covenanted with God then God recognises the baptism. Papists are not in Covenant with God. If the child of papists grows up to be one of God's elect then he will be baptised as an adult.

Baptist discrimination of the child of Covenanted parents, on the basis of Arminian statement, is a rejection of God's command and will.


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John UK wrote:
I put it down to baptising unregenerates and making them members before there is any sign of spiritual life.
Oh Look John is blaspheming God again teaching that God cannot baptise and receive babies into the church - without their free will Arminian cooperation.

When will you Baptists learn to read the Bible properly, learn to translate Greek properly and stop following the Anabaptist heresy invented in 1521?


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Mike wrote:
Looks like the Southern Baptist Convention might have to change its name accordingly. How about the Non-Specific Regional Iced Tea and Warm Milk Convention?
Sounds as though they've already thought about it Mike ....

Quote from article....
"Their restlessness isn’t new. The 168-year-old Southern Baptist Convention — the country’s largest Protestant denomination with some 46,000 cooperating U.S. churches and over 4,800 field personnel worldwide — was asked to consider changing its name at least seven times between 1965 and 2004, said spokesman Roger Oldham."

Aaawwww poor Bapty's are all confused about "baptism"

Haven't I been telling y'all about that for months?

Hows about this for the Baptist denomination....

"""Association of churches who reject the Covenant of God, reject His command to include their seed and all because they yearn for deep water dunking and an arminian style verbal validation ceremony"""

Alternatively you could always return to the Scripture teaching and doctrine, and the terms of the Covenant of Grace as Abraham was instructed by the Lord.

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