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Survey6/11/07 1:11 PM
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lol

There is a God.


Survey6/11/07 12:50 PM
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I am a Calvinist plague that infects theological elitism with the devastating truth.

Survey6/11/07 12:41 PM
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Yes it makes me mad to see people not take God's word so seriously.

I happen to believe that God means what he says and says what he means.


Survey6/11/07 12:40 PM
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The judgement starts every time one decides to disagree with John Calvin. Just ask Servetus.

Survey6/11/07 12:39 PM
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Ha!

Survey6/11/07 12:34 PM
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"Do you teach your membership to keep the Sabbath?"

Yes.

Now do you believe that the Old Testament is authoritative for faith and practice or merely a good story book from which we can gain good allegorical truths?


Survey6/11/07 12:05 PM
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JD wrote:

"The newsflash I have for you is that you will not be able to find it unless you are willing to allegorize plain and purposeful words of Scripture, ignore the great themes of the Scriptures, and try to convince people of this forum, as you did in your previous post, that a kingdom does not require a king, a kingdom, and subjects to rule over. It is the most ridiculous thing I have ever heard coming from a supposed learned man."

I call it a boundless hermeneutc. The only rule that it abides by is force the Scriptures to agree with my theological bias.
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Murray writes:

"Here they are in real heresy. In this position they are in a way one with the liberals and social gospellers."

This is coming from one who takes an axe to God's word. The irony of it all.

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Pia wrote:

""historical-grammatical method of interpretation "

With respect, that is what we use..."

Yeah right. Let's see the proof in the pudding. Try not to create definitions that does not exist anywhere in the world and follow the structural grammar of the sentences. From my experience, every time an appeal has been made to these, you have rejected them wholesale.


Survey6/11/07 11:51 AM
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"Prophecy gives us understanding of the written Word, it does not add to the Word. "...for the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy." (Rev 19:10)"

If that's the case, I do that every time I get up to preach. What do you know, I am a prophet.

You have just fallen into the same error of the Calvinist. You have just created a definition that does not exist any dictionary in the world. Every phrophetic utterance in the Scriptures has always been new revelation. Besides all the prophecies that I have heard from your pentecostal groups can hardly be called a mere interpretation of the old. They have all been new extra-biblical information. So even if your definition were correct, it surely is far from what is happening today.

Can you tell me where in the Bible or in any dictionary does your definition of prophecy exists?

"This is an ongoing prophecy from Joel, and will continue until the time of the end. Why do you take part of it and reject part?"

How you figure it is an ongoing prophecy is quite suspicious. Sounds more like wishful thinking to me. The Old Testament had an ending, the signs gifts had an ending as well. How you object to one ending and the other not demonstrates your bias disposition.

Again your use of sign gifts is foreign to Scriptu


Survey6/8/07 7:12 PM
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"Try using a scriptural hermeneutic..."

You mean the kind that ignores all the rules of language, considers Genesis 1:1 and Revelation 22:21 in the same context, and redefines words with definitions that do not exist anywhere except in the F_anciful L_and of the Calvinist.

No thanks, save the Red Koolaid for yourself.

I rather believe that God says what he means and means what says.


Survey6/8/07 5:53 PM
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Kenny,

Just rip the O.T. out of your Bible and throw it out the window since it is not authoritative for faith and practice.


Survey6/8/07 5:50 PM
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You make me jealous.

Survey6/8/07 5:43 PM
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Kenny, did you not read when I stated that the tithe is not specifically outlined in the NT?

Unfortunately, your hermeneutic goes to the dispensational extreme of making the OT void for faith and practice. Everything that we have in the NT is an extension of Old Testament principles. This includes, the tithe, my friend.

The tithe is one of the few things in Scripture that transpasses dispensational boundaries. Before the law came around, the tithe unto God was already in place. So we are not speaking of a dispensational truth that existed only for Israel. Like the establishment of government, it is an act of worship instituted before the creation of Israel that recognizes the government of God in our lives.

Secondly, the tithe has been raised to a moral level in the prophets. Not bringing the tithe (and offering to God) constituted theft on the part of an individual. The moral implications was so great that God placed a curse on those that should dare to rob him. We rob God when we withhold a specific amount. That specific amount is 10%. There is no way around it.

Let us make something clear. The tithe is not to a pastor (that would be nice for me), it is to God. The man of God takes a portion of that as dictated by the church council.


Survey6/8/07 5:16 PM
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Spam?

Survey6/8/07 4:10 PM
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I just did in the previous posts. Try reading the passages. It was quite clear.

As for you I am waiting for your Scriptural references.


News Item6/8/07 2:35 PM
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Personally I like that Mike Huckleby guy. He unashamedly defended his beliefs in the Republican debate.

Survey6/8/07 2:08 PM
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See, I am not such a bad guy.

Survey6/8/07 2:05 PM
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"One would have thought that the Lord and his apostles had done enough to utterly demolish the Jewish literal hermeneutic..."

Only in the F_anciful L_and of the Calvinist.

But it serves to demonstrate once again the Calvinist's attitude towards the Scripture. They do not want to approach the Scriptures with the philosophy that God states what he means and means what he says. They much rather have this free hermeneutic that has no regard to this principle but rather play the revisionists and teach everyone what God really meant to say.


Survey6/8/07 12:14 PM
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The Bible is clear that the man of God needs to live off the ministry. In fact he is worthy of "double-honor." Though the 10% is not specifically outlined in the NT, NT giving is an extension of the O.T. giving. So to state that the tithe was abolished is quite a stretch in hermeneutics. In fact the tithe has been expanded into sacrificial giving in the N.T. If we trully want to practice NT. giving, then we would surely be giving more than 10%.

Survey6/8/07 12:02 PM
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continuing with Abigail...

So it can be proven from Mark 16, the totality of Scripture, and from your own personal testimony that it is not the purpose (nor the will of God) for the sign miracles to continue unto this present age. The Word of God has been written, the canon has been closed, and we have everything we need for faith and practice.

If you are going to insist that the sign miracles are still in effect, then you have to prove to us that God is still writing his written Word and point us to the new revelation that he is providing. Otherwise you are using sign miracles as an end of itself and it is foreign to Scripture.


Survey6/8/07 11:55 AM
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"Any restoration of Israel has to be a spiritual restoration, when they recognise Christ as their Messiah, and the Lord of Glory (Matt.23:39; Rom.11:12, 15, 25-6). But this will be of pure grace, not because an inviolate covenant is still in force."

Wow... the ignorance. Where can one begin?

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