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USER COMMENTS BY “ DR. YAMIL LUCIANO ”
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Ha!

It does not state a measure of faith as if he is giving a portion of faith out to everyone.

lol your funny. All of you Calvs are funny.

It's the measure of faith. The word there is reffering to an instrument used for measuring, viz a staff. Much like a ruler.

ie.

Matthew 7:2 wrote:
For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again.
and if that's not clear enough for you

2 Corinthians 10:13 wrote:
But we will not boast of things without our measure, but according to the measure of the rule which God hath distributed to us, a measure to reach even unto you.
And to add further damage to injury...

If you would (ever) care to read the context (its in the same verse) then it would stick out like a soar thumb.

1. Firstly, God is not speaking of salvation but of service.

2. Secondly, God is contrasting measureing our SERVICE carnally verses a spiritual measurement.

A lot of you Calvs keep insisting that Romans 12:3 is teaching that God gives out pieces of faith.

Do you not realize how ridiculous you guys start sounding all because of your "Sola Calvinism" disease?


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God is there giving the measure NOT faith silly.

Do you know what a direct object is?


Survey1/3/08 9:16 PM
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The whole thing is a pseudo-argument. One big complicated strawman. The Calv's like to keep it complicated.

Noone here is trying to say that faith itself saves.

Otherwise I can have faith in a hamburger to save me.

The dehvastating truth is the nowhere in the Bible it states that unconditional election is either the means nor the basis of salvation.

The Calv's lose in all points.

And that's the way the cookie crumbles

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Weapon of Mass Instruction
signing out

May the Holy Spirit lead us into his truth.


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One of God's little ones wrote:
BUT, as I suspected, such a thing would be too much to ask for a such a ego as yours.
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No ego. Just a humble acknowledgement of God unconditionally choosing me to be a the Weapon of Mass Instruction.
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I appreciate the sentiments of badhorse777 concerning this issue. It's just too bad that he is wrong and I am right (ha!).

I would have to disagree that Calvinism as we know it can be found in the Bible. The Calvs had years for them to provide a simple declarative statement that clearly states any of their supposed presupositions.

Out of the many that they have, they have yet to provide one verse that clearly proves it.

Who knows, maybe badhorse, could do a better job. He seems like he does not have a fanatical hatred towards those who disagree and thus fall into the many pitfalls that others fall who reveal such an extreme theological bias.

I believe God loves the world and I can give a simple declarative statement that STATES exactly that if taken literally.

What say you badhorse777?


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Yes and immersion does not mean immersion.

Ha!

And let me guess. The world will be sprinkled by fire; we were sprinkled into Jesus; and we were sprinkled with the Holy Ghost.


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Somewhat confused wrote:
But the person has free will, and according to your theology God is impotent to save him without his prior consent.
Back to the strawman argument I see. Do you guys ever try to argue with a real argument? Since when is "free will" a threat to God, especially when it was He who ordained it? How is YOUR free will anymore a threat than that of a lost persons?

Or maybe I should just take it as a confession that the Calvinist god is impotent whenever confronted with a free moral agent.

Somewhat confused wrote:
Oh really!! Could have fooled me. Have you been following JD's comments recently where he has denied any prior work of God and also that it is God who makes a difference? You and your camp are all alike- completely dishonest!
Yes, I have, and I probably could become a millionaire betting against your ability to find such a quote from any of our camp. You treat us, like you treat the Bible in that you care not what we state but rather what you wish us to state. It's much more easier for the Calvinist to argue against a ghost.

Somewhat confused wrote:
IOW you make yourself a universalist!
Another goalposting strawman. Let me know when you are done.

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So we have diverse immersions.

I do not see how that contradicts the literal meaning of the word.


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Ha!

lol


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It's called the Calvinistic itchy-twitchy dance.

Calvinism thrives in the complicated.

They do not like giving straight forward answers because they do not want to sound ridiculous but at the same time they do not want to deny what they believe.

They keep it complicated to give the appearance of an argument when they have no argument at all.


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Thanks Allan.

You have a good one as well.


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Discerning Believer wrote:
Yamil,
Does "through faith" and "by faith" mean the exact same thing?
I can't believe you are asking me such a ridiculous question.

Answer: NO

If they met the same thing they would be spelled the same.

The issue at hand is not the double inspiration. I also disagree with such a doctrine. The issue at hand is the points which you have no rebuttal.

I gave you three dehvastating truths that refutes your ridiculous notion. None of them spoke of double inspiration.

Try sticking to the point.


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Discerning Believer wrote:
So Yamil, would you go so far as to say that you believe that there is no difference between "through faith" and "by faith" regardless of the underlying Greek text that they are indeed different. But would you say thay mean exactly the same thing.
I am saying that they can be translated both ways. I trust the KJV translators rendering over yours.

Read what I stated.

Just because something can be translated one way does not mean that it should. Of course you have no concept of what I am talking about, because (not an ad hominem) you speak only one language let alone understand greek.

There is a difference between connotative meanings and denotative meanings. In words from one lanuguage (ie greek) that can be translated multiple ways in another language (ie english) one would need to consider the context of which it is used.

I believe that the KJV translators where correct in their translation. But it would not surprise me if you would now throw away the KJV in favor of a modern translation to try to defend your petty doctrine.

Then I really will need the phone number to your pastor. Ha!


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Doug wrote:
Read "Baptism in the Early Church" by Stander and Louw.
Try reading "Baptism in the Bible" by God Himself.

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I am not sure you are aware of what you are saying. You have two problems with your analysis:

1. Simply because something can be translated does not mean that it should be translated that way. What you propose is a logical fallacy.

2. The 40 plus KJV translators translated translated it "by faith" in more than one occasion. I tend to trust them over someone who is still trying to grasp the difference between active and passive voice.

3. At least I am theologically honest to admit that both faith and grace (and blood) are all equal grounds for justification. What you are proposing is that someone who is elect but does not necessarily have faith can be justified. A faithless elect?

The text means what it states, and states what it means. It's a shame that you guys have to go through logical hurdles to avoid the plain meaning of Scriptures. To avoid the simplicity of the Gospel, you find digging yourself deeper into the hole of the ridiculous.


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Ha! As if JD does not use his fair share.

So I take it to mean that you will run away from this one to.

It's easy to bully a layman, but someone who's life work is to study these things out is another story huh?

That's what I thought.


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Ha!

Try an explanation of your position.


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Ha!

You are not serious, are you?


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night-night

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The mode of immersion is immersion.

That's not rocket science.

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