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Discussion in 'Baptist Theology & Bible Study' started by convicted1, May 17, 2014.
Brother Wes, why do you choose to sin? If you can live sinless, what is stopping you from doing so?
Brother Wes posted this in reply to one of my post in the other "Why do you sin?" thread:
Brother Wes, sin is an intrinsic problem and not extrinsic. Sin exists within everyone of us, including babies. Just because babies don't run around cursing, stealing, lying, cheating, &c., doesn't mean it's not there. It's like you are digging, looking for water to make a well. The water doesn't come to fruition the very moment you see it. It's been there all along, but you exposed it when you found it. Sin is a heart problem. The heart is desperately wicked and who can know it?(Jer. 17:9). The tongue is the portal by which this wicked heart is exposed. Out of the abundance of the heart, the mouth speaks(Matt. 12:34, Luke 6:45).
You are the one outta the zip code....forget the ballpark. Brother, BOTH Cals and Non-Cals have tried to show you how horrible your doctrine is in regards to this very subject. But you want to remain on a remote island. Please reconsider your position...
Reopening closed thread for no apparent reason.