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Record: 3894
Date: Wednesday, June 24, 2015 6:33 PM
Subject: Doctrines of Grace
Name: Alexander Jackson
City: Salem     State: Oregon
Country: Usa
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I just want to say that I find this prevailing attitude that the only reason people don't agree with Reformed Theology is because we (1)desire free will to get credit, (2)don't have the spirit to accept truth, or we (3) don't or can't understand it, to be very condescending. Perhaps we just see it as mechanical, robotic and lacking in responsibility.


 
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Record: 3893
Date: Monday, May 4, 2015, 6:10 38 Sec. AM
Subject: The Health of the church
Name: Steve Thompson
City: Santa Fe     State: New Mexico
Country: Usa
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    I would like to take an opposing view to the critics that claim that most of the church today is in bad spiritual shape. Yes, some churches have fallen to liberal, divergent and in some cases deviant philosophies and I'm the first to admit that. But how is that "most" churches? Some of these Reformed ministers have gone way overboard in their assessment of the present day church. No church is perfect so they all have their faults, but to make a blanket statement that most of the church is in apostasy today I think is overstepping boundaries. I believe that most churches are filled with good people doing their best to be compassionate and kind. So we should ease up on them. Thanks.


 
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Record: 3892
Date: Friday, May 1, 2015, 9:09 15 Sec. PM
Name: Monty Cline   EmailMontyjoe@yahoo.com
State: W.v.
Country: U.s.a.
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    Tulip is false doctrine, man has freewill. God is no respector of persons- He gives man a choice to go to heaven or hell by choosing or denying Christ's gospel by conditional, not unconditional choice.


 
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Record: 3891
Date: Wednesday, April 15, 2015, 1:09 AM
Subject: Love in Florida
Name: Dr. Marc Selby
City: Orlando     State: Florida
Country: Usa
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We love you here in Florida. It's great to know that there is a great big Christian family out there that I can happily belong to in this day of drought. May God Bless you.


 
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Record: 3890
Date: Thursday, April 9, 2015, 4:18 AM
Subject: Ministry
Name: Brian Hensley
City: Pequannock     State: New Jersey
Country: United States
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Comments:
    Great work in the gospel truth. We will pray for your work, and please pray for our work in Korea.


 
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Record: 3889
Date: Sunday, February 1, 2014, 3:55 AM
Subject: Large Resource
Name: Steve Perry
State: Mississippi
Country: Usa
Found Site by: Word of Mouth

Comments:
    Tony,
Well, I can say you've got a super large collection of writings on your site, but that's about all the good I can say about it. Because reformed theology is an invention of John Calvin. And how do you mix Spurgeon in with Martin Luther? Spurgeon was Baptist, not reformed. Just because he didn't believe in free will you think you are brethren? Free will was his error, but that's his only error. Free will allows me to come to your site and free will allows me to leave it. God doesn't make me.

You should know that a large collection of bad theology is as bad as a small collection of bad theology.


 
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Record: 3887
Date: Friday, December 5, 2014, 4:15 55 Sec. PM
Subject: Thank You!
Name: Dwight Coffman
City: Liberty     State: Ky
Country: Usa
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Comments:
    I just discovered your site today as I was studying covenant and new covenant theology. Very well done! I owe you a great debt of gratitude for the work that you have made available. I am 58 years old and have been in “full-time” ministry since the mid 1980’s. The early years of my Christian life were in Southern and Independent Baptist churches. Needless to say, I received a heavy indoctrination in “Scofieldism” and dispensational teachings. My journey has been long and tedious. I came to see the doctrines of grace as I studied the scriptures. By God’s providence a book by A.W. Pink came into my hands as I browsed a bookstore many years ago. It was his Gleanings in Exodus writings. Many of my brothers in the Lord began to caution me that he was a “hyper-calvinist” (their term). At the time, I didn’t know what the term even meant, nor did they.

The teaching of a “secret rapture” bothered me but who was I to disagree with Scofield and Darby. Little by little the Lord brought me to see how wrong this teaching was. As you can imagine, many of the men I had known for years began to disassociate from me because of these things. The high pressure evangelism and altar call methods left me cold and with a feeling that emotions were being manipulated. This was especially true where school age children were involved in the services.
I have been studying eschatology again and trying to figure out what is the scriptural teaching and what I really believe the bible teaches about these things. Your site has been a goldmine. I have several volumes in my library on the subject but have bookmarked your page for easy access.

I didn’t mean to write anything this lengthy, but certainly did want to thank you for being a vessel used of our Lord to help this servant in my ongoing search for truth. May His hand of Grace continue to be upon you and all involved in the upkeep of the website. Thanks again!
A fellow servant of Christ,
Dwight Coffman
Liberty, KY


 
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Record: 3886
Date: Thursday, October 23, 2014, 3:41 13 Sec. PM
Subject: Reformed Theology
Name: Danisa
City: Pretoria     State: Gauteng
Country: South Africa
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Comments:
    Hi,
I am Afrikaner, and this country was once (generally speaking) reformed in our christian theology. That is no longer the case. But I was pleasantly surprised when I stumbled across your site and read such wonderful old school reformed christian teachings. I am very impressed with the look and feel of this resource. Great opportunity for outreach!


 
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Record: 3885
Date: Tuesday, September 9, 2014, 10:47 51 Sec. AM
Subject: Apostles Creed
Name: Karen Salstrom   EmailKarensMusic@aol.com
Country: Usa
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Comments:
    Nice try on your discussion of the word 'Catholic' in the Apostles Creed. Since it was written and referred to by the early Church Fathers in the 300's, the only church that was Christian WAS the Catholic Church. So the tearing apart of the church via the 'Reformation' (a misnomer, as to reform something one must stick around and work through it) created 33,000 Protestant denominations/non-denominations to date.

We can't all be correct, can we. But at least be intellectually honest and speak to the fact that Catholic was the only Christian church around at that time.

 
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    Actually, they did reform the church as well as stick with the church--but it was the true church whose authority was God, not the Roman church under the authority of men.

Sorry, but to be perfectly honest, real intellect demands that we testify that the Apostles and the early church were decidedly "not" Catholic in the sense that the church of Rome uses the word. Indeed, Catholic is a coined word usurped from the old Greek kata'holos, meaning "of or according to the whole." It is made up of two Greek words, [kata] meaning "according to" and [holos] meaning whole. Thus, the whole or universal Church. In short, the word Catholic simply means universal, and one would have to dabble in intellectual absurdity to deny that. It is a word not found within God's Word, but was originally used in the early Church to illustrate the whole or universal Church, as depicted in scripture. e.g.:

Romans 16:23

  • "Gaius mine host, and of the whole church, saluteth you. Erastus the chamberlain of the city saluteth you, and Quartus a brother."

Those words "whole Church" are the Greek words [holos ekklesia] or universal Church.

Yes, of course we all know that a particular denomination has today usurped the word Catholic/Universal many years ago and now claims it as their own, however it is an undeniable fact that the word existed long before the Roman Church usurped it. It originally was applied to all Christians in the early 2nd century to emphasize they are all are part of the whole or universal church as members of one Body of Christ. Thus it appears in the Apostles Creed illustrating that the true Universal Church has nothing whatsoever to do with denominations, councils, man made authorities or a Roman hierarchical system.


 
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Record: 3884
Date: Sunday, August 31, 2014, 8:33 28 Sec. AM
Subject: Reformed Eschatology
Name: Mark Baldwin
City: Auburn     State: Maine
Country: Usa
Found Site by: Search Engine

Comments:
    Greetings friends,
I'm a Pastor of an independent Bible church in Maine and found your site by searching reformed eschatology. This is quite a good library of sound articles and biblical resources. I have to agree that eschatology is a neglected subject, beside from the evangelicals poor understanding of it. I am so encouraged to find such a resource filled with such knowledgeable students, ministers and theologians teaching reformed theology from a sound system of interpretation.

Pastor Mark Baldwin
Independent Bible Church
Auburn, Maine


 
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