The Biblicist
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The Biblicist

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    1. postman pat
      postman pat
      Have you read Covenant Theology: A Reformed Baptist Perspective by Phillip D R Griffiths. It addresses these questions.
      1. The Biblicist
        The Biblicist
        No, I have never read it. However, I am not a fan of Reformed Covenant theology although I share in common one salvation from Genesis to Revelation and I am not a Pre-trib Premillinnialist.
        Jul 25, 2016
    2. Bro. James
      Bro. James
      Salutations and greetings,

      I just woke up to the fact that you and I have much the same Bible Doctrine. That is real edification to know there are at least two in cyberspace standing for The Truth that sets men free.

      What are your thoughts on The Tribulation, The Great?

      Sorry, I chase a lot of rabbits and convoluted conundrums.

      You pitch your tent in Oregon? I lived in Salem from '52 to 62'. My parents still live there.

      Time to go.

      Lord bless,

      Bro. James
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    To the law and to the testimony: if they speak not according to this word, it is because there is no light in them. - Isa. 8:20

    Arminianism is simply a religious expression of Humanism that makes man the captain of his own destiny. If the child of God cannot "will" or "do" anything pleasing to God apart from God working it in him (Philip. 2:13) how in the world does the Arminian think the lost man can?????

    False doctrine is usually conceived by redefining pivotal words, redefining Biblical lines of distinction or by making absolutes into relatives and/or transforming finalities into transitions.