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Discussion in 'Other Christian Denominations' started by thegospelgeek, Jul 12, 2010.
MY doctrine is right and your is wrong. It is that way because I say so. I have a verse to prove it.
No, you are taking this out of context. You did not consider
I suggest you rethink you posistion!
But what about this, that and the other?
Answer this, answer that, ignore the other. I wonder if people who think like this are really saved.
I love how you just ignored the other.
You are wrong on this.
On that you may be correct but (insert favorite theologian) says (fav quote)
How dare you question my salvation you heretic!
Typical of folks who hold to your doctrine to resort to name calling. I am much above that and the only reason you do it is because you can not support your silly position.
OH yea!!! Where is the moderator! I'll have you banned!
raying: for you. lol
The poor thing is talking to himself.
Isn't that against Bible doctrine? I think I read it either in First Hezekiah, or in Third Corinthians:saint:
Do other religions have endless arguments over what the words of their holy texts mean? If not, why not?
Yes, they do. That's why there are many kinds of Muslims (Sunni and Shia'a). There are a variety of Mormons (those who still believe in polygamy and the main stream that doesn't). to name a few non-Christian groups.
Just make up your own mind and then we will comment on the position you are stating as it seems that you are lost in the confusion of your own making.
No it is not. I insist you are wrong!:laugh:
What is the Baptist postion? Limited or un-limited atonement???
Well, one is right or should I say biblical. The other is heresy and un-biblical. You can't believe both are correct. Are you saying that?
Mahayana Buddhism has over 5,000 volumes of Scripture written in at least four different languages; often contradictory to each other. Sola scriptura would be impossible in this case. So would just getting through all of the Scriptures. Most of the Buddhists simply choose one part of their Scriptures to meditate upon. Obviously there could be many arguments over these texts because they do contradict each other, and because they are so extensive in scope.
I have read that the contidictions in Islam are settled by cronological order, yet they still kill one another over disagreements. I know the Church also did this (kill one another) but I am hesitant to say that anyone involved in such a thing were actually Christian.
The majority of Muslims do not consider these "Islamic terrorists" as Muslims at all.