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"Until the Lord Jesus Christ returns and establishes justice (Rev 6:16, 17; 11:18) by trampling down his enemies in the great winepress of His wrath (Rev 14:19, 20), Christians are to advance the kingdom of God through proclaiming his word with love and persuasion. Aside from the secularist hysteria about the dangers of Christian theocracy, the vast majority of Christians actually have no more interest in establishing a theocratic Christian state, than in establishing a purely secularist state. Both are equally loathsome to us. Here is why. The secularist mullahs are just as dangerous as the Christian ones. Too much power in the hands of anyone, including certain denominations of Christians, is dangerous because man is corruptible. That is why limited government and a balance of power is a reasonable idea, because it understands the sinful limitations of human beings, whether they be secularist, Christian, Muslim or Buddhist." (John Hendryx)
http://www.monergism.com/thethreshold/articles/onsite/secularisttheocracy.html

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Mike wrote:
So John, are you saying no orphan offered adoption has ever said no, and if he did, was dragged out of the orphanage, "made willing" as in The Theology? Somehow it seems doubtful.
Don't worry Mike if the orphan was a baby and being adopted by Baptists in this "parable" he would have been left in the orphanage.

Whereas if he was old enough to speak he would have been required to declare his intentions Arminian style.

Thereby eliminating the Calvinist doctrine.


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Dwayne wrote:
can you tell me what the point is of evangelism if God saves whom he wills?
Obedience to God's command.

Matt 28:19 Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: 20 Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you alway, even unto the end of the world. Amen.

Note that the elect are already elected regardless of human works in evangelising. Per Eph 1:4,5

1Peter 1:2 Elect according to the foreknowledge of God the Father, through sanctification of the Spirit, unto obedience and sprinkling of the blood of Jesus Christ


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"The nature of worldliness is to neglect the word of Christ's patience. It slights God's people and judges them by the standards of the world. It relies on human counsel and understanding. It allows unsanctified people to walk in God's temple and to trample His ordinances. In all these ways let us remain watchful. Let us keep the word of Christ's patience if we cherish our safety. In this frame of mind, plead with the Lord Jesus Christ, in the light of His promises, to help you in your need. Approach Him as your merciful High Priest."
(John Owen 1616-83)

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