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5,305 total votes have been cast on this survey | 444 user comments  ( edit survey )

Are you Presbyterian, Methodist, or Baptist?
Created: 4/17/2003 | Last Vote: 3 years ago | Comment: 5 years ago
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Survey1/9/12 12:10 PM
Presby  Find all comments by Presby
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piqued my interest wrote:
I am aware that there is a deeply felt need on the part of some Presbys to rewrite history. But hopefully there are enough of us interested in history to check their attempts.

Very funny!!
Considering Baptist "anything" didn't start until the year 1521 it is amazing that your average Baptist can make a statement like this without sheer embarrassment.
Immersion was an old Roman Catholic heresy from which they developed baptismal regeneration. Now giving baptism all this extra power and authority - it is no surprise some folks built a church out of it.
Previous to 1521 and the anabaptist heresies which emerged at that time, nobody questioned infant baptism.

I wonder how much of Baptist modern written history previous to 1521 is plagiarism?? After all ecclesiastical history before 1521 doesn't have much if any debate on "infant" nor "sprinkle/effusion" or an alternative for it.


Survey10/29/09 6:46 PM
Frankie | Alaska  Find all comments by Frankie
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None of the above. Anabaptist (similar to Amish and Mennonites) although our church is independent, non-denominational. We believe in woman's headcovering, modesty of dress and speech, believer baptism upon profession of faith, headship order, as well as the trinity, Jesus as Lord and Savior, and full Biblical obedience (especially NT). Heaven and Hell are real places. Everyone will eventually spend eternity in one or the other. We are saved through profession of faith in Jesus, and show our faith through our actions (works).

Survey11/19/08 4:21 PM
St Jeremiah | Salt Lake City, UT  Contact via emailGo to homepageFind all comments by St Jeremiah
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IamwhatIam wrote:
"Armenian" is a person from Armenia.
Whats wrong with them?
Did they upset you too Jeremiah?
Quote;
"Armenia is a mountainous, landlocked country, on the southeastern edge of Europe, and at the gateway to the Middle East, and all of Asia."
My bad....I misspelled.

Arminianism

Thank you for pointing out my goof.


Survey11/12/08 11:52 AM
IamwhatIam | 1Cor.15.10  Find all comments by IamwhatIam
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St Jeremiah wrote:
Independent, Fundamentalist Baptist that is a Biblicist (neither Armenian or Calvinist) and non-KJVO, because I used the NAS and NIV besides my KJV is study and devotions.
"Armenian" is a person from Armenia.

Whats wrong with them?

Did they upset you too Jeremiah?

Quote;
"Armenia is a mountainous, landlocked country, on the southeastern edge of Europe, and at the gateway to the Middle East, and all of Asia."


Survey11/11/08 6:46 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
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Am I Presbyterian, Baptist, or Methodist?

No.


Survey11/11/08 6:42 PM
St Jeremiah | Salt Lake City, UT  Contact via emailGo to homepageFind all comments by St Jeremiah
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Independent, Fundamentalist Baptist that is a Biblicist (neither Armenian or Calvinist) and non-KJVO, because I used the NAS and NIV besides my KJV is study and devotions.

Survey10/10/08 11:14 PM
curious | Mo  Find all comments by curious
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Presby-tist???? Half Presbytery and half Baptist. Actually put a Reformed in front of either one of those.

Survey10/10/08 3:20 PM
aDeclineinDoctrine  Find all comments by aDeclineinDoctrine
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"The Pilgrims carried the Geneva Bible with them to the shores of America in 1620. The early settlers, bound together by the Mayflower Compact, brought the thoroughgoing form of reformation to the New World. Puritans, who fled persecution in England, were a dominant force in the early settlement in New England and Virginia. They brought the religion and world view of Calvinism to America. The founding of educational, political, and ecclesiastical institutions in the seventeenth century was stimulated by this dominant influence. Presbyterians, Episcopalians, and Congregationalists were all part of the movement

By the middle of the eighteenth century the reform was in decline. New England was facing the influence of Arminianism, Deism, and the roots of Unitarianism. At this time Jonathan Edwards lamented the shift of American culture away from its roots. The Great Awakening soon followed, flaming the dying embers of reform into a new fire, that swept through the colonies and the frontier. The Awakening was led chiefly by three preachers: Jonathan Edwards, John Wesley, and George Whitefield. Of these three Edwards and Whitefield were thoroughgoing Calvinists. Wesley was not. The Wesleyan revival made great inroads on the frontier."
R.C.Sproul


Survey8/17/08 12:42 AM
Girl | Australia  Find all comments by Girl
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I am none of these. Up until I was seventeen my family most regularly attended a Baptist church, and we called ourselves baptists; but we moved a lot, and the Baptist churches in some areas we moved to were not scripturally sound. I have attended Brethren and presbyterian churches over the years, and now currently attend a presbyterian church. My doctrine doesn't really hold in all points to either of the denominations, either; because I hold to the TULIP doctrine, as many baptists do not, and I believe adult baptism is the correct form, as most prebyterians do not. I have tried to learn my doctrine from studying the bible and not from my church's creed. Obviously I haven't got the monopoly on wisdom, but I hope God has allowed me a share of light.

Survey8/16/08 11:28 PM
Faithful Remnant  Find all comments by Faithful Remnant
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Are you Presbyterian, Methodist, or Baptist?

Protestant


Survey8/16/08 9:42 PM
Derek | Missouri  Find all comments by Derek
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"Our church, Fundamentalist Baptist, pre mil, pre trib, missiomary minded, supports missionaries to Autralia. We have one who has been there for 20 years and has built a church that currently has about 40 members. We recently took another on for support."
My brother in is southern Australia, north of Melbourne. They are IFB, but he hasn't said much about the Reformed influence. But it is a pretty cold country (to the gospel) from what I understand.

Wolf said:
"That al men dead in tresspasses ans sin and are totally depraved of any moral goodness whereby they can save themselves.
Jesus paid the satisfactory justice for sin and meet God's demand for perfect righteousness.
God justifies the sinner on the merits of Christ and his righteousness is imputed on the believing sinner."
And this is what we do door to door. We present the Word of God. The Holy Spirit then leads us to go further, or leave the house. You can tell if they are under conviction and if you need to continue telling them how they need to repent.

I have a question. How man Reformed think God saved them, but they have never repented? False professions happen throughout many circles. I have heard people give their testimony who didn't know when they got saved, but thought they were.


Survey8/16/08 4:45 PM
socrates | Iowa  Find all comments by socrates
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I am neither of them I am Christian. I follow Christ and his revieled word, Not any denomination of man. There is one God and one salvation. Our only hope is in the imputed finnished work of Jesus Christ. Paul spoke of the division in the letter to the Corintians, I follow Apollos and I follow Paul, there should be no man made devisions, which are but man's sinful nature, but the truth of scripture need to be followed with out the ditortions of man's opinion. I have yet to meet any one who can interprite scripture correctly 100%.

Survey8/16/08 7:03 AM
A Doulos | Asia  Contact via emailFind all comments by A Doulos
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It's interesting to hear comments from the "Wolf" "JD" and "Doc Phil"...

I could see the problem with people who tries to "evangelize" the lost by almost forcing them to make a decision, or making them repeat a prayer, or any of these methods because in doing so it is more of man trying to "save" the sinner and there are many (not all) false professions because of these...

On the other hand, however, I believe that Christians ought to be obedient to God's command in the great commission and be witnesses of Him...

We have to be so consumed of God that our thoughts are just filled with thoughts about Him that telling people about Him is so natural (just like one having his thoughts filled with his favorite sport team that he cannot stop talking about them)...

Ultimately, witnessing to the lost is one of the ways we give glory to our God which is the reason why we witness and which is the purpose why God created us (Col. 1:16; Rev. 4:11)


Survey6/11/08 10:25 AM
rogerant | Saskatoon SASKATCHEWAN Canada  Contact via emailFind all comments by rogerant
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JD wrote:
BUT
To say that it is impossible to believe and be saved is a denial of the gospel of Jesus Christ and of his wonderful person and is a frontal attack upon the God of the Bible and is a major crime against hea
Grading sins now are we JD/Add/Casob? What grade of sin would misrepresenting oneselves identity fall under? Wouldn't that be a major crime against hea???

Survey6/11/08 9:59 AM
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Dr. Phil wrote:
Lone Wolf,
That is only one of the many tactics used to lure you into the rabbit trail. Once you are in you can forget about using logical arguments to bring them to reasonable conclusions. That is when the twisting and turning of the truth begins.
Salvation is the gift of God and is not hard to receive. It is received by faith in the gospel of Jesus Christ. It is personal between God and man. It is my duty to love my fellow man and to love God enough to tell them the good news. It is not my duty to believe for them or to tell them that 1 2 3 repeat after me is the way of salvation, and I don't. I do not know where you received your information that I do. Salvation is not about praying, it is about believing and receiving. If one desires to pray as did the sinner who cried, Lord, have mercy on me, a sinner, that is certainly acceptable but if one desires to just plain believe while saying nothing like the men of Athens who believed the gospelPaul preached in Acts 17, that is the same salvation and is acceptable also.

BUT

To say that it is impossible to believe and be saved is a denial of the gospel of Jesus Christ and of his wonderful person and is a frontal attack upon the God of the Bible and is a major crime against hea


Survey6/11/08 9:25 AM
Dr. Phil  Find all comments by Dr. Phil
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The Lone Wolf wrote:
Notice, He didn't answer any of the questions, but went into the ad hominem attacks on my handle. Did not address the issues.
Lone Wolf,

That is only one of the many tactics used to lure you into the rabbit trail. Once you are in you can forget about using logical arguments to bring them to reasonable conclusions. That is when the twisting and turning of the truth begins.


Survey6/10/08 10:19 AM
KK | USA  Find all comments by KK
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None of the above --- merely a God Fearing Christian !!!

ReLiGiOn has run amuck !!!

The Following is an excerpt of a comment posted by reason | unplugged 6/8/08 6:21 PM on Sermon Audio's "Breaking News" - SATURDAY, JUN 7, 2008 - Article: "Black pastors careful in voicing support of Obama:

reason | unplugged said:

Soft, present-day pastors see government as the final authority, and wrongly urge their people to obey any law of government. The bottom line is there comes a point where a Christian has both the right and the duty to disobey the State...."

_______________

Could it be that "We" are way past the point of STANDING FOR "Our" RIGHTS AND DOING "Our" DUTY IN THE FACE OF TYRANNY ???

"We The People" have failed to HOLD TRUTH HIGH ... in "Our" permisive self-complacent enabling complaisance "We" have given free license to "Our" ***SERVANTS (???)*** in DC...

............ E N O U G H ............ I S ............ E N O U G H ............

"We" have no one to blame but "Ourselves" for electing foolhardy hellhounds as watchmen at the gate !!!

T O O .... M A N Y .... W O L V E S .... I N .... S H E E P S .... C L O T H I N G.

Obama is a prime example --- and McCain is a potential rabid dog himself !!!

"We" NEED TRUTH !!! -

"IN" Christ, KK


Survey6/9/08 6:57 PM
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The four main errors in modern Christendom, ie, the ABCD of heresy;

Arminianism (and Antinomianism)
Barthianism (Liberalism in disguise)
Charismaticalism
Dispensationalism

If the Reformers knew it would all come to this, do you think they would still have bothered?


Survey6/9/08 2:13 PM
The Lone Wolf | Crying in the Wilderness  Find all comments by The Lone Wolf
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Dr. Phil wrote:
Lone Wolf,
Please let me caution you about the dipsy Alice In Wonderland rabbit trails.
Notice, He didn't answer any of the questions, but went into the ad hominem attacks on my handle. Did not address the issues.

Survey6/9/08 1:30 PM
Dr. Phil  Find all comments by Dr. Phil
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Lone Wolf,

Please let me caution you about the dipsy Alice In Wonderland rabbit trails. Don't waste your time my friend - the best arguments have been presented to them and yet they continue to trample the truth under their feet. If God were their Father, they would love the truth, but they don't. Therefore, the question is whose children are they? If you consider these arguments by the contrary effects of the truth, then you know who and what you are dealing with.

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