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The hyper-grace movement

Discussion in 'Baptist Theology & Bible Study' started by evangelist6589, Nov 21, 2015.

  1. evangelist6589

    evangelist6589 Well-Known Member
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    Anyone hold to this view here and what are your arguments? Seems kind of like. Very anti LS doctrine. Calling people that pursue holiness as legalists.
     
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    Nobody considers their views "hyper," brother.
     
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    How is pursuing holiness legalistic? Jesus said be ye holy for I am holy. I can see people thinking that if people are becoming too dogmatic about it and condemning people for messing up. People just don't think they can live holy these days.
     
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    Conservative Christians do
     
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    Sorry, my bad. I mean no one considers their own views hyper.
     
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    The title of this thread is the "hyper grace movement" and you wanted anyone who believes in hyper grace (as you personally see it) to present their arguments to support their hyper grace as you call it.

    Jon simply pointed out that no one who believes in hyper grace as you characterize it believes their view is "hyper" so with that being a fact you are not likely to get a response from anyone because no one will say "yea my view is hyper grace he must be talking to me".
     
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    Sometimes you have to walk these young fellas through these things.
     
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    By "hyper-grace" are you referring to free grace theology?
     
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    Here is a short video about this subject:



    I'm not familiar with the subject, but from a perfunctory guess it most likely stems from the errors of FGT and its proponents. Error begets error.
     
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    Video contends that all of our future sins are NOT forgiven when we repent and believe. That right there is error.

    Col 2:13 When you were dead in your sins and in the uncircumcision of your flesh, God made you alive with Christ. He forgave us all our sins,
     
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