Bible Doctrine wrote: 4. ... but also the infants of one or both believing parents are to be baptized.b a. Mark 16:15-16; Acts 8:37-38. ‚ÄĘ b. Gen 17:7, 9 with Gal 3:9, 14 and Col 2:11-12 and Acts 2:38-39 and Rom 4:11-12; Mat 28:19; Mark 10:13-16; Luke 18:15; 1 Cor 7:14.
I read every Scripture proof you gave me very carefully and could not find infant baptism being taught in any of them.
The Biblical Method wrote: WCF 7/6. Under the gospel, when Christ the substancea was exhibited, the ordinances in which this covenant is dispensed are the preaching of the Word and the administration of the sacraments of Baptism and the Lord‚Äôs Supper;b which, though fewer in number, and administered with more simplicity and less outward glory, yet in them it is held forth in more fulness, evidence, and spiritual efficacy,c to all nations, both Jews and Gentiles;d and is called the New Testament.e There are not, therefore, two covenants of grace differing in substance, but one and the same under various dispensations.f a. Col 2:17. ‚ÄĘ b. Mat 28:19-20; 1 Cor 11:23-25. ‚ÄĘ c. Jer 31:33-34; Heb 12:22-28. ‚ÄĘ d. Mat 28:19; Eph 2:15-19. ‚ÄĘ e. Luke 22:20. ‚ÄĘ f. Psa 32:1 with Rom 4:3; Acts 15:11; Rom 3:21-23, 30; 4:6, 16-17, 23-24; Gal 3:14, 16; Heb 13:8.
I don't understand what you are trying to convey.
There is only one Covenant of Grace. As I said before it is the regenerating work of the Holy Spirit that brings us into the Covenant of Grace not infant baptism.
Reproving, rebuking and warning is also part of loving our neighbor.
"John, the apostle of love, began his third epistle with these words, "The elder unto the well-beloved Gaius, whom I love in the Truth." What a needed word is this for today, when so much that passes for love, even in avowedly Christian circles, is nothing but a sickly sentimentality at the expense of the Truth. One of the outstanding cries in the religious world, is to this effect‚ÄĒ "though we have differed in our beliefs and practices, let us now sink our differences and come together in love." A.W. Pink - Love Reproving
John UK "Oh, they're all on website forums or Facebook slamming her for being so wicked."
She is being wicked and she needs to be told to repent. She is a very bad influence on young people and others.
"Merck, the pharmaceutical giant, is facing a slew of controversies over its Measles-Mumps-Rubella (MMR) vaccine following numerous allegations of wrongdoing from different parties in the medical field, including two former Merck scientists-turned-whistleblowers. A third whistleblower, this one a scientist at the Centers for Disease Control, also promises to bring Merck grief following his confession of misconduct involving the same MMR vaccine..." http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/lawrence-solomon/merc..
The Council of Trent CANON IV. "If any one shall affirm, that man‚Äôs freewill, moved and excited by God, does not, by consenting, cooperate with God, the mover and exciter, so as to prepare and dispose itself for the attainment of justification; if moreover, anyone shall say, that the human will cannot refuse complying, if it pleases, but that it is inactive, and merely passive; let such an one be accursed"!
‚ÄúCanon IV: was declared to be offered upon the basis of human cooperation with divine grace as opposed to the Protestant doctrine of passive reception of grace.‚ÄĚ
‚ÄúDR. GRAHAM DECLARES HIS GOSPEL TO BE THAT OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. Speaking at the Roman Catholic Belmont Abbey College..., Dr. Graham said: "The gospel that built this school and the gospel that brings me here tonight is still the way to salvation" ‚Ä¶vice-president of Belmont Abbey College, Rev. Cuthbert E. Allen, agreed. He wrote, "I have followed Billy Graham's career and I must emphasize that he has been more Catholic than otherwise... Billy Graham is preaching a moral and evangelical theology most acceptable to Catholics." (Personal letter reproduced in Billy Graham and the Church of Rome, by I.R.K. Paisley‚Ä¶)‚ÄĚ
To be clear....I do not subscribe to the unbiblical doctrine that the Jews living in modern day Israel somehow are the "people of God." Gods people are true Christians ,Jew or Gentile. Galations 3:28. Concerning Israel the nation, I support it unconditionally against the aggression of the Arab world.
For your info....most Jews living in Israel are of the false religion of Judaism or are atheists. So they are on equal ground with their Palenstinian Muslim neighbors. ALL have fallen short of the Glory of God. ALL need to hear the Gospel of Jesus Christ and believe on Him. There is no respect of persons with God. Salvation is by GRACE not RACE.
takeheedthatnomandeceiveyou Easy to defend Johnuk-reading his posts he has always stated his position-the 1689 Baptist Confession and has asked to be called out where he differs.
Yes, he agrees with the 1689 Baptist confession but he also agrees with amyrauldianism (hypothetical universalism).
"Hypothetical Universalism‚Ä¶ In essence, it teaches that Jesus Christ actually and savingly died for all men, though only the elect receive the benefits through faith‚Ä¶This is a ‚ÄúCalvinist‚ÄĚ who believes in T.U.I.P., not T.U.L.I.P., throwing out the limited atonement of Jesus Christ for the elect alone."
"Amyraut taught the following concerning the decrees of God, ‚Ä¶The Father, because of His general saving love for all mankind, desires to redeem all men actually, although He does not actually save all men. He sends Jesus Christ into the world to make salvation possible for all men (this is the Hypothetical Universalism previously mentioned). God, through a ‚Äúhypothetical decree‚ÄĚ which derives from His general saving love of all men universally, offers the Gospel, and salvation, to all men if they would believe on Christ‚Ä¶"
It‚Äôs about traditional reformed and Amyrauldianism (Hypothetical universalism).
"Hypothetical Universalism‚Ä¶ In essence, it teaches that Jesus Christ actually and savingly died for all men, though only the elect receive the benefits through faith‚Ä¶This is a ‚ÄúCalvinist‚ÄĚ who believes in T.U.I.P., not T.U.L.I.P., throwing out the limited atonement of Jesus Christ for the elect alone.
Amyraut taught the following concerning the decrees of God, ‚Ä¶The Father, because of His general saving love for all mankind, desires to redeem all men actually, although He does not actually save all men. He sends Jesus Christ into the world to make salvation possible for all men (this is the Hypothetical Universalism previously mentioned). God, through a ‚Äúhypothetical decree‚ÄĚ which derives from His general saving love of all men universally, offers the Gospel, and salvation, to all men if they would believe on Christ‚Ä¶Amyraut, then, believed that though men are naturally able to repent and believe, the fall rendered them ‚Äúsomewhat‚ÄĚ incapable, thus, God decreed to elect a certain number of men, and secure their salvation for eternity..."