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In another discussion it was said that all children are innocent of sin and hence saved.
I would like to know just when Adamic inheritance, including sin, actually takes place before that child falls from grace and becomes a lost sinner.
Is it two years, three or five.
Romans 9: 11 " For the children being not yet born, neither having done any good or evil, that the purpose of God according to election might stand, not of works, but of Him that calleth."
Paul writes: "But when if pleased God, who had set me apart, even from the womb" at the start of Galatians 1:15. The question is "in what way was Paul set apart?" For salvation? Nope. As a Hebrew? Perhaps. As a person who would become a prophet, a spokesperson of God? Probably.
Paul continues: "and called me through His grace," refers to his Damascus road experience. So this refers to when God's Son revealed Himself to Paul and asked Paul why he was persecuting Jesus. This...
The Sabbath was instituted by God in Genesis 2:2-3 BEFORE there was a jew on the face of the earth. It was "made for [the] man" and it was "made" by Christ as the Creator of man (Mark 2:27-28).
It was "sanctified" by God or SEPARATED from the rest of the previous six days by God and it was "blessed" by God in contradistinction from the previous six days. Therefore, it was not "made" for man "just as the other six days were made" for man. No, it was "made" distinct from the other six...
can a person get "new heart" in them from the Lord, yet still exercise their own "free will" and refuse to accept the Lord jesus in as Saviour?
just curious, as dont some here hold that there can be a long interval between 2 aspects of salvation? God can regenerate someone at age 3 but actually become saved at 20?
or regenerated but still refuses to believe in jesus and be saved?
Do Arminians hold that God can regenerate someone, but they can stay refuse to accept Christ?
or is it...
After reading a few responses on the “Pentecostal Baptist?” thread, I am starting to understand what is happening to sound Doctrine; (It’s being thrown out the window!)
It is strange how so many “Baptists” are forgetting what the Bible says about “tongues” & “women preachers/teachers” etc.
But then reading the OP of the other thread, about the person who is “coming out”(or as I see it, “falling away”), it is getting easer to see the writing on the wall..........
Over in another thread the question was asked:
please explain why the Primitive Baptist Still Forbid even a piano in their churches. They sign, but without music.
I'm not Primitive Baptist but I can answer the question. I am an Old Regular Baptist and we have the same belief in using no instrumental music as the Primitives. No where in the NT is the use of instrumental music used in worship. Please read the following from one of the Primitive Baptist brothers:
I am doing a study on this subject. I heard a sermon in 2008 that set the fire for me and as of late last July I myself have lost over 50 pounds. I have become a health/nutrition guru and have taken the verse in Corinthians that speaks of the body being a temple of the Holy Spirit seriously. I do not do this to earn my salvation, or my sanctification, but more so to take care of the body that God has given me. Sadly doing some research I found next to nothing out there in the christian world...
I got into a conversation with someone in another forum who says he is a tongue talking, full fledged Pentecostal who is a member of a Baptist church. He says they KNOW he's Pentecostal, speaks in tongues, etc. and they don't care, and accepted him into membership anyway. I find that hard to believe, but maybe I'm wrong. Anyone else ever hear of this? Would they be allowed to become a MEMBER in your church? I'm not talking about just attending there, anyone is welcome at my church, but being...