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Old 05-02-2012, 06:55 PM
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Wouldn't it make more sense to have those holding to strictly reformed views migrate over to the puritan board instead of setting up a seperate forum section here? As believe that over there have a board for adult baptism believers in reformed theolgy, and that would cover baptists!

I personally enjoy interaction between say Icon/earth wind and fire etc and we "traditional" baptists here on the BB!
Who said anything about doing it here....Im pushing for a separate forum. I personally do not believe it will work in this existing forum because of some of the issues you bring up. however if Mark wishes to try, please be my guest (I will support it/ was pretty sure I was going to leave so).... & perhaps it will bring back many of the "reformed types" who have become disgusted with the place & have left to pursue other interests.
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The Puritan Board wouldn't work. I found them to be very intolerant overall. I was kicked off the forum after adding a work by Scofield to my blog.

I find it very easy to hold brotherly dialogue with traditional Baptists, since I was raised in a traditional Baptist church and since I currently enjoy fellowship in a traditional, independent Baptist church.

I've given this some thought since EWF gave me the idea. Setting up a domain and a forum is the easy part. If I do that, I want to make sure that it's done for a good -- the right -- reason. I don't think that those who hold to the DoG are, in anyway, antagonized here. I like this forum. There are a number of folks who have a reformed Baptist perspective and -- like me -- don't have access to or don't belong to a reformed Baptist church. A specific forum might be helpful in that way. I'm examining my heart on this one. I would only launch a forum if it were God-glorifying and edifying to believers -- otherwise, I'd rather not. I should come to a decision on this within the next day.
Mark if your going to do it then you will have to devote enough time to it....like an MD devotes his time to the patient. Bed side manner is no substitute for the right diagnosis.
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Im neither a Covenanter Or a Dipsy. I am strongly Doctrines of Grace in my salvation theology & I am orthodox in my theology... why are you asking?
just was asking if you consider yourself as being "fully reformed!"
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Who said anything about doing it here....Im pushing for a separate forum. I personally do not believe it will work in this existing forum because of some of the issues you bring up. however if Mark wishes to try, please be my guest (I will support it/ was pretty sure I was going to leave so).... & perhaps it will bring back many of the "reformed types" who have become disgusted with the place & have left to pursue other interests.
Would those baptists who hold to 'reformed" as the basis of Sotierology, but have not taken over entire system as regards to eschatology be able to come on in and discuss?

or could it be 5 pointers/reformed "full" calvinists and another for 4 pointers, baptsist calvinist such as at DTS?
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Would those baptists who hold to 'reformed" as the basis of Sotierology, but have not taken over entire system as regards to eschatology be able to come on in and discuss?

or could it be 5 pointers/reformed "full" calvinists and another for 4 pointers, baptsist calvinist such as at DTS?
If I did it, I couldn't see making it that particular or exclusive. All of the above that you just mentioned should be welcome. I'm more of a premillenialist myself. I will be looking at some hosting options this weekend.
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If I did it, I couldn't see making it that particular or exclusive. All of the above that you just mentioned should be welcome. I'm more of a premillenialist myself. I will be looking at some hosting options this weekend.
that would be very interesting!

think that we could have a board somewhat like the puritan Board, but hopefully with a more Christian tone and atmosphere!
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I just added an ebook which is a compilation of C.H. Spurgeon sermons and writings in defense of each of the Doctrines of Grace. These have been freely available at several web resources, yet not compiled into a single ebook volume. Give it a look!

http://calvinistcafe.blogspot.com/
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Okay. The Reformed Baptist forum/free ebook blog is up and running! It is a work in progress...

http://www.thecalvinistcafe.org/
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Thank you Mark...I will be very happy to check it out!
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Hosea 10:12
12 Sow for yourselves righteousness;
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Okay. The Reformed Baptist forum/free ebook blog is up and running! It is a work in progress...

http://www.thecalvinistcafe.org/
Looks good I will add it to my list.
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