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Featured How Should Arminians and Calvinists Approach One Another?

Discussion in 'Calvinism & Arminianism Debate' started by Steven Yeadon, Sep 15, 2020.

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  1. Van

    Van Well-Known Member
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    Are actual Baptists graduates of the 'holier than thou school?" Is "my view is more advanced than your view" a sign of humility or pride? We have proud proclaimers of monergism, who deny God credits our faith per Romans 4. Hardly an advanced view.
     
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    Your imagination runs wild again, I've said no such things. Be gone crazy man!
     
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    More holier than thou posts from the school of denial. Are actual Baptists graduates of the 'holier than thou school?" Is "my view is more advanced than your view" a sign of humility or pride? We have proud proclaimers of monergism, who deny God credits our faith per Romans 4. Hardly an advanced view.

     
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    ...and you continue with your false accusations and smears. In no way do I feel holier than others or take pride because I'm able to receive (and desired to know) the doctrines of Sovereign Grace.

    You have to be malicious to take this statement...,

    "One does not have to 'advance' doctrinally to monergism in order to love the Lord and live to please Him. I've known many free willers that are perfectly happy where they're at and reaping the bennies of the kingdom"

    ...and twist it the way you have.
     
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    This thread form 2020 is closed.
     
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