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Discussion in 'General Baptist Discussions' started by Dale-c, Dec 13, 2007.
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I'm slow tonight Dale so what are you insinuating?
Is it a funny Spoof or a real point?
The point is that Reformed churches know the Scriptures very well (in most cases) but have trouble applying the very same truths .
I must agree with you, here.
It seems to me that the reformed churches are not the only ones with this problem.
There are others but reformed people usually are very well studied but often lack practical application.
Many non reformed types are concerned with practical application but don't always get their doctrine right.
Both are needed.
This is like saying that the non reformed are not "very well studied." I'll have to stand up for my non reformed brothers here. Many of them are very well studied.... but yet lack the practical application. Many of them lean more towards the responsibility of man....... but I think we all could use a lesson in that.