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Discussion in 'Baptist Theology & Bible Study' started by Steve of Brownsburg, Mar 25, 2019.

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    The exact opposite is the truth. Assertions without evidence are like perfume in the wind.

    1 John 2:2 and 2 Peter 2:1 obviously teach Christ died for all mankind, those to be saved and those never to be saved.
     
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    1 John 2 does not necessitate that at all. I've addressed this elsewhere so won't go into it here.

    2 Peter 2:1 is talking about a false salvation. A false purchasing, it is a claim the teachers made. In no way does it actually claim that their sins were paid for.
     
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    You are simply nullifying two verses that demonstrate your doctrine is bogus. You are redefining "world" to to part of the world. Nonsense. 2 Peter 2:1 teaches those never to be saved were bought. Did anyone but you say the issue was whether those never to be saved had their specific sins paid for? Nope. On and on, change the subject, mischaracterize the issue, say someone cherry picked or took out of context.
    When is our sin burden (what God holds against us) removed? Again, when we are transferred into Christ. Ask yourself, what does the circumcision of Christ accomplish?

    Once again, all you say is "taint so" which I can say right back, and so it goes, obfuscation on display.
     
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    This thread is about Baptist history, not another Calvinism/Arminianism debate. If you want to make it the latter, open up a thread in the appropriate forum.
     
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    The claim was made that the "Baptist" churches have apostolic authority. (See post #3) I pointed out "Baptist churches" are deeply divided on doctrine (Cal and non-Cal) and therefore neither should make the claim because it is obviously not true for one, and is perhaps not true of both. (See post #11)

    Then a "Cal" posted the "Cal" view was true.

    In post #31, Spurgeon addressed the idea that "all" means "all" rather than "some."

    Bottom line,"Baptist History" is riddled with doctrinal differences.
     
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    The Apostolic authroity are the New Testament documents. The disagreement between Christians or groups are not.
     
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    Compare ourselves, today, with Spurgeon's clear thinking. How do we measure up? Charles Spurgeon: On War and Christians
     
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