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Book: Dispensational Understanding of the New Covenant Three Views 2012, Regular Baptist Press Edited by Mike Stallard
Has anyone read this book and if yes, what is your impression?
It seems that Christians may have several different beliefs about instrumental music.
Some may believe that all instrumental music pleases God.
Some may believe that no instrumental music pleases God--it is neutral in the sense that it neither pleases Him nor displeases Him.
Some may believe that some instrumental music pleases God and the rest does not please Him.
Some may believe that some instrumental music pleases God, some does not, and the rest neither pleases Him nor displeases...
Concerning Johns 10:16, A. T. Robertson observed that the Latin Vulgate's use of one Latin word for these two Greek words "confused this distinction" and "helped Roman Catholic assumptions" (Word Pictures, V, p. 181). Marvin Vincent wrote: "It will readily be seen that the incorrect rendering fostered by the carelessness or the mistake of some of the Western fathers, and by the Vulgate, which renders both words by ovile, fold, has been in the interest of Romish claims" (Word Studies, II,...
Can you tell us what kind of Baptist unions you have in the United States in terms of strictness in social and theological life?
Do you have any Baptist unions in which Christian sisters are required to walk with their heads covered according to the command of the Apostle Paul?
Are there any unions in which alcohol is prohibited and in general how do you treat it?
Unions in which they deny participation in politics or...
It is argued by some, that, if God were to “will, desire, or wish” for something, then this will always happen. And, if it does not, then somehow it is seen as a “failure” on God’s part.
Using this line of argument, verses like 1 Timothy 3-4, and 2 Peter 3:9, which speaks of the “will, desire”, of God, in the salvation of the lost, it is assumed that because God so “desires or wills” “every human being”, to be “saved”, then they “must” be. But, as we know that “every human being”, will not...
STRONGS NT 2975: λαγχάνω
λαγχάνω: 2 aorist ἔλαχον;
1. to obtain by lot (from Homer down): with the genitive of the thing, Luke 1:9 (cf. Buttmann, 269 (231); Winers Grammar, 319 (299)); to receive by divine allotment, obtain: τί, Acts 1:17; 2 Peter 1:1; on the construction of this verb with the genitive and accusative of the thing, see Matthiae, § 328; Winers Grammar, 200 (188); (cf. Buttmann, § 132, 8).
2 Peter 1:1
New International Version
1 Simon Peter, a servant and apostle of Jesus...