Has this man sinned the unforgiveable sin?

Discussion in 'Baptist Theology & Bible Study' started by ReformedBaptist, Apr 8, 2011.

  1. ReformedBaptist

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    A Muslim wrote,

    "Your bible is self contradictory book inspired by an irresponsible blundering Holy Ghost"

    And, "The Holy Ghost who has inspired authors of the bible has proven himself a failure . Period."

    Has he committed the unpardonable sin?
     
  2. Amy.G

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    I believe yes he has.
     
  3. Van

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    This question gets recyled and recyled. Are we saved by grace through faith, or do we need to add the work of not ever blaspheming the Holy Spirit? Those that think the unpardonable sin is something other than not believing Jesus is the Anointed One, anointed by the Holy Spirit, have a little leaven in the dough of grace alone through faith alone.
     
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    No. There is no such thing today. There is no sin that Christ cannot pardon. Do not limit the power of God. When Christ said that He was on earth speaking to a particular group of people who were hearing his words and seeing his miracles, and upon seeing him performing them by the power of the Spirit of God; they attributed them to the power of Beelzebub (the Lord of the Flies). That was blasphemy against the Holy Spirit which was unpardonable.

    But Christ is not on the earth in the flesh doing miracles right before our eyes. And we do not have the opportunity to attribute them to the power of Satan for He is not standing right in front of us doing them. It was an event in history that can never be duplicated again.

    Christ will forgive all who come to Him. There is no sin so great that He cannot pardon. Let us not limit his power to forgive.
     
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    If he dies unsaved then that is evidence he has committed the sin. If he never desires to repent that means he has committed it. He is obviously a lost soul.
     
  6. webdog

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    No, as he did not live during Jesus' time and witness His miracles while attributing them to satan, what Jesus was referring to.
     

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