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Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by stevewm1963, Mar 5, 2016.

  1. stevewm1963

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    I am Steve from Kentucky! I was saved in a non denominational church but have since migrated to a small Baptist church! I'm not sure I'm 100% Calvinist but I'm about as close as one can get I believe! God Bless!
     
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  2. Salty

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    Glad to have you here!
     
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  3. rakovsky

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    Hello back to you!

    I came here because I saw that this is one of the main Christian, or for that matter Reformed, boards online.
     
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  4. SovereignGrace

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    This site is anything BUT Reformed. There are some on here with Reformed beliefs, but we're in the minority. BTW, welcome to BB.
     
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  5. rakovsky

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    thanks for your hello!
     
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    I replied to your OP in the Cal v. Armin forum. Did you see/read it?
     
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    Dear Sovereign Grace!
    OK, thanks, I wrote back. Your answer was fine, except that I didn't word my question well enough. I was trying to ask why he uses a naturalistic version of reasoning and perspective when he tries to judge religion. For example, when it comes to the dry bones you mentioned in Ezekiel 37, he says that this is not actually about the resurrection (supernatural), it's about the Israelites being restored, which can be spiritual, moral, etc. (natural).
     

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