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Otherwise, the church should be removed from the convention.

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Good on you JL for separating from them when you had the conviction...it's really sad that some wait so long that they would almost have to have been affected by the apostasy.

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Huh wrote:
Your so right CAS! Thankfully folks like us practice hard-believism.
Don't bother examining yourself Duh, apparently no concern to you what saving faith looks like...sloppy agape for all.

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The "inadequacy of moralism" crowd typically finds it's roots in easy-believisim theology

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Can an individual have true assurance of salvation if they say they believe yet don't look like they have saving faith i.e. ongoing lack of evidence of conversion?

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Pitfalls of the Moses Leadership Model

http://galatiansfour.blogspot.com/2011/08/leaving-calvary-chapel-and-moses-model.html


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John Beechy wrote:
Everybody knows it's Romans 13

I assume you're inferring a two kingdom as opposed to the typical evangelical interpretation of full allegiance to governmental authority?


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Dorcas wrote:
I just wanted to share with the SA folks on here,that the "Martyrs Mirror" by T.J Van Braght is a book that I am currently reading that is quite heart wrenching as it tells the stories of many of our Baptist brethren that suffered so much.

Great work Dorcas...in particular mainly "Anabaptist" brethren.

It can be downloaded for free,and I would highly recommend it to all who are interested!


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My understanding is that a main driver of forming ECO as opposed to joining other moderately conservative pres denominations was the issue that the alternatives don't accept female pastoral ordination.

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I never considered myself a pietist, but I think I know of a dozen websites that endeavor to align with Phil. 4:8,...can the same be said of television stations? Not from what I've seen lately.

Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things.


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Wow! Men & Women Are Different
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Way to not pull punches Chaplain S. If you had more time I thought you were going expound about the buffoonery of the choosing which restroom to use in CA public schools.

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“ Great Sermon! ”
PS: Agreed on War Horse...double thumbs up!

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In my opinion the YRR / T4G crowd tends to see God's "love" as His overarching attribute in all too often a sloppy agape manner. This is opposed seeing all God's attributes through the lens of His holiness. Fundamental believers that emphasize a high view of God and His Sovereignty tend to not presume assurance of salvation when their conduct doesn't align with the Scripture...which is what right looks like.

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For if after they have escaped the pollutions of the world through the knowledge of the Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, they are again entangled therein, and overcome, the latter end is worse with them than the beginning.

For it had been better for them not to have known the way of righteousness, than, after they have known it, to turn from the holy commandment delivered unto them.

But it is happened unto them according to the true proverb, The dog is turned to his own vomit again; and the sow that was washed to her wallowing in the mire.

2 Peter 2:20-22


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Dorcas wrote:
Thanks Gs for those posts.
They speak for themselves!
I second that G's. Earlier I was going to ask what Driscoll's appeal is with the YRR crowd... based on the comments, I cab see it's partly due to his rebellious and irreverent attitude. And we know what Scripture thinks of rebels.

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Dolores wrote:
Sorry, I meant to say sometimes, I feel that way but not lately..my skin is beginning to toughten like crocodile hide (inside joke between me and John UK).
Good Night Delores

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Strat wrote:
Why do most Christian forums at some point seem like a funeral where everybody is accusing everybody else of not crying enough ?
Could it be the tendency of some of us more seasoned types often having an increased propensity toward being cantankerous.

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BTW, during the school days of my youth, one didn't need to be regenerate to recognize a "gender norm". But that was pre-1984.

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Mike wrote:
The writer was a blaspheming idiot. There is no NT command to kill heretics
I didn't until recently realize how extensive execution was in that day for alleged heresy- which included believers baptism. There was no justification for such atrocities.

"Anabaptism was made a capital crime. Prices were set on the heads of Anabaptists. To give them food and shelter was a made a crime. The duke of Bavaria, in 1527, gave orders that the imprisoned Anabaptists should be burned at the stake — unless they recanted, in which case they should be beheaded. In Catholic countries the Anabaptists, as a rule, were executed by burning at the stake; in Lutheran and Zwinglian states, Anabaptists were generally executed by beheading or drowning."

Excerpt from J. Horsh Mennonites in Eurpoe


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Calvin pressed for a milder death; “I hope that Servetus will be
condemned to death, but I desire that he should be spared the cruelty
of the punishment” – John Calvin (a letter to Farel, 20.8.1553 &
“Tomorrow Servetus will be led out to execution. We have done our best
to change the kind of death, but in vain. I shall tell thee when we
meet why we had no success.” – John Calvin (a letter to Farel,
26.10.1553).
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