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Theology / Re: Faith Cometh By Hearing (spiritually)
« Last post by savedbysovereigngrace99 on Yesterday at 02:42:05 PM »
Legally the elect are saved from the penalty of their sins and condemnation before they hear the Gospel, for Christs death alone accomplished that. Now the elect in time need to be saved from the power of sin and unbelief, which is the work of the Spirit, That comes by the new birth unto belief of the Truth 2 Thess 2:13. Again thats not Salvation from the penalty, and condemnation of sin, thats the work of the Son, but from the power of sin, thats the work of the Spirit through the Son.
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Humor / Re: Dumb Humor
« Last post by da525382 on December 16, 2018, 09:50:45 PM »
A three-legged dog bursts through the barroom doors and yells:  "Who shot my pa?"
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Apologetics / Re: Should We Spank Our Children
« Last post by Reformer on December 16, 2018, 04:47:38 PM »
 )amen(
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Apologetics / Re: Should We Spank Our Children
« Last post by aquatic on December 16, 2018, 04:04:15 PM »
)smileyBounce(  )smileyBounce(  L O. L.   )GoodPopst(

 I would not like to live in a world where there is no free will, no divorce, children are beaten, women are second class citizens, no sex, and everything is Predestinated where you have no control. This seems to be Tony Warren's world from what I read, not this world.

John 18:36 Jesus answered, “My kingdom is not of this world”

The kingdom has nothing to do with Tony's doctrines of supporting liberal government's tyranny, striking innocent children, banning divorce, no free will, banning women from teaching church, unnatural abstinence and replacement theology.

Tony testifies of God’s doctrines and not his own.

Jesus said numerous times that He was not of this world and that He chose a people out of this world. It stands to reason that if He is not of this world and that His kingdom is not of this world, then His laws will be in stark contrast to the laws of this earthly world. And what do you know.... they are. Everything is upside down in this world. What is called good is called evil and evil called good.

God says He hates divorce - the world divorces
God says homosexuality is an abomination - the world loves it
God says women shouldnt teach or rule over men - the world let’s women rule
God says He is sovereign - the world says man is in control

I could go on and on. Everything is backwards...so if you agree with the world you are on the wrong side.
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Apologetics / Re: Should We Spank Our Children
« Last post by Reformer on December 16, 2018, 11:09:10 AM »
 )offtopic(  )rulz( What is this, bash Tony Warren week? Did I miss a memo or something? How about we stay on topic.
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Apologetics / Re: Should We Spank Our Children
« Last post by Betty on December 16, 2018, 10:12:06 AM »
Melanie,
     There is one thing I don't tolerate from Christians or anyone else, and that is hitting children. That is not being a Christian or caring for your family. Don't try and use the bible to justify abuse of kids. A child should never be struck, period!

I couldn't agree more. If you Tony wants to hit his kids, why doesn't he wait until they are old enough to hit him back. Maybe then they will knock some sense into him.
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Apologetics / Re: Should We Spank Our Children
« Last post by Dan on December 16, 2018, 08:15:38 AM »
As for Tony's post, he often seems to be living in a different time and society than the rest of us. This isn't the first century.

 )laugh( I thought I was the only one who was choking on his archaic style and Bible. No, this isn't the 1st century, but I think the tide is turning and more and more people here are realizing that they can't grow with this type of outdated theology. This is why the Amillennial church (and this forum) is dying and the Dispensational church is on lots of TV stations, and is still holding on. The church isn't dying, the Amillennial church is dying, or is already nearly dead.
...like this forum would be if not for
Melanie reviving old posts, and Tony's own repetitive and egotistical posts.  O Well )Shocked_dead(
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Apologetics / Re: Should We Spank Our Children
« Last post by David Knoles on December 16, 2018, 06:33:50 AM »
Melanie,
     There is one thing I don't tolerate from Christians or anyone else, and that is hitting children. That is not being a Christian or caring for your family. Don't try and use the bible to justify abuse of kids. A child should never be struck, period!

Welcome Jenny, we can use a few more right thinking Christians in this forum. Please also consider visiting the Dispensational Berean also

http://dispensationalberean.com

Don't Spank, Think!
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Apologetics / Re: Should We Spank Our Children
« Last post by David Knoles on December 16, 2018, 06:20:33 AM »
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 I would not like to live in a world where there is no free will, no divorce, children are beaten, women are second class citizens, no sex, and everything is Predestinated where you have no control. This seems to be Tony Warren's world from what I read, not this world.

John 18:36 Jesus answered, “My kingdom is not of this world”

The kingdom has nothing to do with Tony's doctrines of supporting liberal government's tyranny, striking innocent children, banning divorce, no free will, banning women from teaching church, unnatural abstinence and replacement theology.
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Apologetics / Re: Should We Spank Our Children
« Last post by aquatic on December 15, 2018, 02:54:45 PM »
As for Tony's post, he often seems to be living in a different time and society than the rest of us. This isn't the first century.

 )smileyBounce(  )smileyBounce(  L O. L.   )GoodPopst(

 I would not like to live in a world where there is no free will, no divorce, children are beaten, women are second class citizens, no sex, and everything is Predestinated where you have no control. This seems to be Tony Warren's world from what I read, not this world.

John 18:36 Jesus answered, “My kingdom is not of this world”
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