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News Item10/15/07 9:19 PM
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"If they speak not according to this word, it is because there is no light in them." And to think many of these boast of apostolic succession and being descended from the apostolic church. They are playing with a another gospel.

News Item10/15/07 8:18 PM
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It appears Larry Craig is not Roman Catholic.

News Item10/15/07 7:52 PM
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I agree Albert.

Survey10/15/07 7:35 PM
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That is a good testimony, 1689LBC. I went to church many times as a kid, was baptized, but had a powerful experience of conversion many years later. It matters not if one is baptized and on the church register. They must repent and believe the scriptural testimony of salvation by faith in Jesus Christ alone. Nothing else will suffice. Nobody can work their way into heaven, nor can anybody think their way into heaven(by just knowing the facts). They must believe the Gospel as testified by the Apostles.

News Item10/15/07 6:33 PM
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So that which claims to be the true church has officials who pretend to be homosexual. And this is done in the name of Christ?!?! This is deplorable! Another unbiblical practice, along with required clerical celibacy and false gospels from angels and saints and holy days of obligation to these beings.

Survey10/15/07 3:12 AM
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It probably would have been less confusing if Murray had asked if possession or manifestation of the charismata is necessary to showing salvation or the presence of the Holy Spirit in a congregation or individual. The word "charismata" is in the Bible.....the Greek one, anyway, and it's where we get the term "charismatic." The term charismata is referring to these gifts we have been discussing. If we were speaking Greek, we'd be using the term often. I am not aware of any scripture showing these as a sign of salvation or perfect standing before God. Besides, they are grace gifts(charis means grace in Greek) so these are by grace and not works or how self-righteous we can be. If it was by works, they wouldn't be charismata or grace gifts. However, back to salvation and gifts as sign of salvation, "If thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved." There's your answer, Murray. To add to what the Apostle said is to attach without apostolic (and therefore divine) authorization, other things evidencing salvation. We'd then be in the realm of another gospel and such is anathema...accursed by the Apostles themselves. Wrong understandings have serious consequences. Good night every one.

Survey10/15/07 1:32 AM
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Murray, the people you mentioned and others who fall for a revelation contrary to the Gospel of the Apostles(as Mr. Pearson has done) have already been anathematized...not by a pope or church council, but by the Apostles. "Neither is there salvation in any other..."(Mr. Pearson fails here) and "Though we or an angel preach any other gospel, let him be accursed."(Mormons fail here, as do Roman Catholics, among others who claim the authority of visions and supernatural beings over scripture...) Some people still follow after them because of a dead conscience and desiring entertainment or a leadership figure over the truth revealed in the Bible. The only hope is an awakened conscience, a cut heart that seeks counsel by the grace of God through faith alone in Jesus Christ. All else is a stench and mockery of the one time sacrifice of the Son of God. Self-righteousness will not buy salvation....ever. Those who are justified and righteous by faith in the one time finished work of the sacrifice of Christ will be the only ones welcomed on the final day. All others will be turned to hell because their works are as dirty rags.

News Item10/15/07 12:47 AM
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I agree, Dan. I also agree with Eutychus. The Apostles warned that damnable heresies would swiftly follow behind them, and that's another reason the Scriptures must reign supreme.

Survey10/14/07 11:30 PM
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In addition, Murray there is Carlton Pearson, pentecostal preacher now denying hell and preaching universal salvation according to a revelation and has written a book called the Gospel of Inclusion. He still has a following and was correctly banished from his denomination. Any pentecostal or other believer of good will would stay clear of him. This is where supremacy of scripture over a revelation is needed or else we fall for false gospels like that of Mr. Pearson.

News Item10/14/07 11:22 PM
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Two false gospels melting into one. At least for now, but some other gospels may join in later. It is very logical and simple. Catholics claim angelic messages containing commands and revelations to do this or that or else you're condemned. The popes declare sin if you don't observe the same days they do(saints' days, Christmas, Easter, etc). Muslims got their book from angelic revelations, as have Mormons. All this is condemened in the Bible. "Though we or an angel preach any other gospel...let him be accursed."(Gal. 1:8 & 4:10) It's a finished work, the cross and the testimony of eternal life in the New Testament. "Search the scriptures for in them ye think ye have eternal life." "If they speak not according to this word it is because there is no light in them." Christ alone by his word alone is sufficient to salvation.

Survey10/14/07 11:09 PM
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Murray, that's simply my conviction. I didn't intend for it to sound like kjv only. To me a kjv only person would simply reject all other translations. I do not do that, but do believe the KJV should hold sway and has held sway. It will probably continue to hold sway for a long time and if it doesn't, that's ok. I'll still use it.

News Item10/14/07 9:24 PM
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Yes Jim, that's true. Prejudice from the unbelievers results in misunderstanding.

Survey10/14/07 9:20 PM
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I profess the KJV to be the only English Bible against which others in English shall be tried for faithfulness. I also profess that Bibles in other languages made from the same texts as the KJV are also the only Bibles against which other translations in those languages shall be tried.

Survey10/14/07 8:21 PM
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Abigail,
If what I have said is slander, then I've been slandered-by pentecostals(not you, but others). I have never denied the gifts of the Holy Spirit on this forum, nor have I spoken badly of the Holy Spirit. I confess like ancient Christians confessed in their creeds "I believe in the Holy Spirit." However, I have challenged doctrines about the Holy Spirit and this is not slander but worthy to do. We are to examine and discern. I have done this with three things:
1. Initial Evidence of Tongues is the proof of the Holy Ghost for any believer and is normative for all.
2. Initial Evidence of Tongues proves one is now born of the Spirit and now saved and this is normative for all.
3. Preconceived ideas of what is a dead or apostate church.
The first two I have dealt with and in particular number 2. Did you read the article? Do you agree number 2 is an aberration? Here's the article:http://www.rickross.com/reference/upci/upci28.html
Just because a church has a standard form of worship does not show a dead church. There are churches with rituals(Lord's prayer, creedal readings, etc) and who believe in and practice the gifts, driving out demons, healing etc. Anything can become too ritual...even having church like a football game style.

Survey10/14/07 3:34 PM
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Abigail wrote:
They want their old dead formal religion with no emotion towards God and their programs that are the same year in and year out. Opening prayer, two songs, congregational reading, Lord's Prayer (by rote--everyone saying the same words), offertory, dead sermon, invitation....
Abigail, I don't share the same experience. I've been to lively churches which have a ritual. What's offensive about congregational reading(of scriptures I assume), if the Apostle says faith comes by hearing God's word? And the Lord's prayer? I don't believe Christ instituted a deception if he says here is how you pray. Is this a sure-tell sign a church is dead? Nothing wrong with ritual if it's not vain. Jesus prayed the same prayer three times using the same words. It all depends on who we're praying to and for what purpose. Worship of God is not vain. I believe in the last days that which appears alive is what will actually be dead, full of works and showdom and catering to popularity, but void of truth and conviction. It's happening on a grand scale in pentecostal groups as they see unscriptural sects like Catholics and Mormons speaking in tongues. All goes back to the Initial Evidence doctrine, basing unity on experience not on scriptural truth. Careful.

News Item10/14/07 9:49 AM
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Roggio,
I think the words from Christian Raas and Walt will help.

Survey10/14/07 9:46 AM
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Here are some words from a famous hymn, written by a Reformer: "With his Spirit and Gifts." Translated from the German. This one was evidently not opposed to the gifts. I think most everyone here is not opposed to them, but certain doctrines surrounding them.
It is now time to go to worship. You all have a blessed day.

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Good evening Alan. Thanks for the input. Also this: "We have a more sure word of prophecy." I believe this confession from the Apostle Peter is testifying to the supremacy of Scripture since in the next verses he testifies to the scriptures. Nothing is more sure and reliable than the Holy Scriptures. Time for bed. Good night everyone

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Nice homepage SavedByGrace . Sorry I don't have a homepage at this time.

Survey10/14/07 1:08 AM
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Ruggio, also in regard to your question about Parham and speaking in tongues, please see this. It's in relation to my statement about speaking in tongues and our justification before God. Please understand not all pentecostal churches believe this way, but many do and are going more mainstream and thus deserve more examination:
http://www.rickross.com/reference/upci/upci28.html

I highlight this from the article: "Regardless of ones position regarding tongues, Baptism in the Spirit, and spiritual gifts, if he is truly trusting Christ's atoning death alone for his salvation, he should be accepted as a Brother or Sister in the Lord. These peripheral issues are secondary in importance. They should never be a cause for separation among the brethren. With this said, we can continue our expose.

In 1914 a group of these Pentecostal believers began teaching the doctrine that a person could NOT be saved without first speaking in tongues."

So their view is one hasn't yet been saved till they show the initial evidence of speaking in tongues.

Abigail, did you read the article? Do you believe such a view is an aberration from scriptural justification?

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