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I ask that question, not that I or anyone on here believes it, but have any of you come across any who hold to this?
I recently joined a 'christiian' forum and they did not allow subjects such as OSAS, tongues, rapture, soul sleep, Cal v. Arm, &c , seeing they do gender quite a lot of heat. I actually sorta like that, seeing it does get tiresome debating it.
So, I decided to start a thread about the Hypostatic Union, thinking we'd be in agreement. WRONG!! One guy, an admin on there, said...
My church's Calvinist theology teaches that salvation cannot be lost. God will not withdraw it. I believe this, since--having been in a churchgoing Christian long enough to develop a theological position--my theology is also Calvinist (but not militantly Calvinist). What about losing one's faith?
At some point relatively recently, I thought about all these people who say they "lost their faith." They allegedly lost their faith a long time ago, after a crisis, etc. Is that just as impossible...
I have compiled the scientific worldview according to my knowledge of it as a former atheist.
The Scientific Worldview
The scientific worldview believes that we should imagine that the universe is simply physical phenomena, which have been proceeding from when time began, and which have been predetermined by scientific laws. All of this existing at many levels of perspective from a galaxy on down to our daily lives on down to a subatomic particle. Thus, our universe is simply a vast, vast...
I wanted to post this here to see what Brother Robert has to say and either affirm or deny the thought of some that hymns to tunes in church were once bar room ditties... Some of these beloved hymn were once drinking songs or songs of merriment, at least the tunes were and the words were changed... I guess I could go on the internet to find out the answer but that would take all the fun out of it... I felt I would run this by Brother Robert our music historian, who can give us the answer and...
I am contemplating praying for justice against the USA for its sins. I came here first before doing so, since that is something huge to do that should only be undertaken after counsel. I put this in the general forum since this has been a struggle I see other Christians wrestle with across the internet.
I speak of sins like helping scoffers, such as atheists, abound and flourish and thrive. Of the sin of making foolishness, as defined by Proverbs, a normal thing, even a good thing to many...
I wonder how many people these deadbeats have lead to the Lord. When we went out soulwiining we felt that if we didn't lead a dozen to Christ we failed the mark. Most of these deadbeats don't go soulwinning they spend their days making stupid remarks about those who have done something for God. Go win someone to Christ and you will enjoy it so much you will push yourself for another one and so on. Give God the glory and watch the results instead of what you are doing now.
The Bible says:
Looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith; who for the joy that was set before him endured the cross, despising the shame, and is set down at the right hand of the throne of God. Hebrews 12:2
But this man says Jesus "thought of his glory above all on the cross". Does someone have a chapter and verse which tells us this?
2 Peter 2:1 (KJV) But there were false prophets also among the people, even as there shall be false teachers among you, who privily shall bring in damnable heresies, even denying the Lord that bought them, and bring upon themselves swift destruction.
Ken Ham, founder of the Creation Museum and Noah's Ark in Kentucky, as well as Bodie Hodge, writer and researcher for Answers in Genesis (AiG) website, and Dr. Georgia Purdom, a molecular geneticist for AiG broadcast live yesterday from the...
Most of your modern translations such as the NASB, NIV and others are based on the United Bible Societies Greek text or the Nestle Aland text, I dont trust the editors of these texts such as Bruce Metzger, Kurt and Barbara Aland, or Eberhard Nestle to decide what the accurate and best readings are of the New Testament considering that they are heretics and apostates. For example Metzger questions that Peter even wrote the epistles that bear his Name
“KURT ALAND denied the verbal inspiration...
NOTE: This is NOT a discussion about the King James Only -
If you want to go in that direction - you can always start a new thread.
1.incapable of making mistakes or being wrong:
So should we describe the Bible we currently use as infallible?
Many versions use different words/phrases. Does that make some version fallible?
If just one verse is wrong - do we "throw the baby out with the bathwater"?
Does the saying "it loses something in translation"...