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Discussion in 'Bible Versions/Translations' started by JesusFan, Oct 28, 2011.
Know we have dispy versions, Covenant, charasmatic, cal etc
ANY strickly ARM theology study bibles?
The only one I have that is Arminian in its approach is the Wesley Study Bible, which was published by Nelson many years ago. I'm pretty sure it's out of print now.
It used the NKJV translation.
You know what's funny?
It is the IFB's that are the most vehement enemies of Calvinism today.
It is also the IFB that is one of the premier bastions of this backwards, new, false doctrine of KJVO.
But here's what is funny.
The KJV was translated by an almost ENTIRELY Calvinistic board of translators! It was a group of Puritans and Anglicans working together. The Anglicans at this point in history had already adopted the Calvinistic 39 Articles which clearly outlined their faith as a Calvinistic one.
I love how these people love the KJV and hate the doctrines of the ones who GAVE us the KJV!
KING JAMES was a Calvinist!! HAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHA!
Anyway- that amuses me.
I would venture to guess that the Dake annotated study bible would fit the bill. I own one, and though it has it good qualities, monster concordance, Greek and Hebrew words translation, etc, his study notes are very lacking. It is written throughout the bible(in his notes) how one can lose or forfeit their salvation. Needless to say, I do not use it much. It does have one advantage. It is big, and is HEAVY, so if someone breaks in my house, I can pound'em down with it. :laugh:
A broken clock is right twice a day. I guess this is one time some Calvinists got it right!
I can't image a study bible that has notes throughout telling me I can lose my salvation. How utterly depressing.
Fill me in here. I'm currently attending an IFB church (I'm SBC by actual belief, but I'm going to church to be with my kids and grandkids because they are so dedicated.) When you say a Bible that says you can lose your salvation, which are you referring to? The IFB I go to is EXTREMELY LEGALISTIC KJVO NON-CALVANISTIC, to the point the KJV corrects the original Hebrew and Greek manuscripts as originally written. But, they are also extremely once-saved always saved.
Do typical Arminians believe in loss of salvation, and I just happen to be in one that doesn't believe that point? Or do some Cal's believe in loss of salvation? All the church's I attended that were SBC were Cal. (to one level or another) but, they also believed in once-saved always saved.
I am obviously very ignorant to the actual beliefs of the more liberal churches in the larger cities. (I'm simply speaking about Baptist here when I use the terms liberal and conservative.) We have liberal Bible Churches that play more rap music than they spend time preaching or witnessing.
Just curious as to your statement. . .
Just saying that sometimes the problems is that we here on BB talk past each other, not really sure of how others really view things!
The Arminian belief is that you can lose your salvation or some say forfeit it.
IFB's are not Arminian in their beliefs that I am aware of. Freewill Baptists do believe in loss of salvation (or forfeiture).
My response was toward the OP which asked if there was an Arminian study bible. If there were, it would suggest in it's notes that salvation can be lost.
Edit: I don't know anything about liberal churches. I have never attended one. My church is SBC and not liberal.
Correction. The Dake bible may not have it all over it about how one can lose their salvation, but it is there on more than one occasion.
One of these things is not like the other,
One of these things just doesn't belong:
Anyway—that amuses me.
How about the Spirit Filled Life Study Bible?
Editor Jack Hayford; contributors include Reinhard Bonnke, Paul Crouch, Wayne Grudem, Marilyn Hickey, and Oral Roberts.
Picky, picky. :tongue3:
That's what I meant brother.
heretical word of faith teachers!
The Spirit Filled Life Study Bible is not as bad as you may think. While certainly there are things in it that I disagree with, as with all study bibles, there are some good things in it.
Just was going by those contributers that you had listed!
All but jack would be teachers of heretical doctrines!
You said it.
A regular holy rollers rogue's gallery, isn't it?
Anyway—that amuses me.
Would say Jack Hayford "tolerable" while DR Grudem is an emminent theologian, rest though heretic row!
Birds of a feather. . .flock together.
Yes. Well Bob retracted that statement in that same thread.
That amuses me!