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Discussion in 'Baptist Theology & Bible Study' started by JesusFan, Aug 11, 2011.
IF so, just curious how you explain that theological model?
What's a hyper-dispy?
I googled it, and found a website of David Cloud.
He defined it this way:
Cloud holds that Peter (early Acts) and Paul (later) preached two different gospels.
One preacher on another website called it a "slime pit."
He also pointed out that hyper-dispys rarely agree among themselves.
Theopedia notes that hyper-dispys generally mark the start of the Christian church with the ministry of Paul.
Other folks may have a different perspective on this, and I'd really like to hear it.
Uh, read it.
Typically they do not baptize—and so can't/shouldn't be posting in this Baptist-only section of the BB.
They would see all of the Gospels as realting to isreal and the jews, and that ONLY the Epistles are theology for the Church, especially the wriitings of Apostle paul! As he was the Apostle for the gentiles!
hence eliminate water baptism as an ordinance for the Church
Think SOME here might lean thast way, as theyreference Apostle paul as being ONLY authoratative Apostle for gentiles to foolow!