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Record: 4159
Date: Saturday, September 30, 2017, 11:13 AM
Subject: A Vanishing Breed
Name: John Cummings
Homepage: Grace Reformed Fellowship Church
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City: Philadelphia     State: Pa
Country: Usa
Found Site by: Search Engine

    I would like to offer comments the exact opposite of the last post. Far from being old fashioned and what is driving people away from the church, your adherence to traditional and sound Christian values and doctrines are the last vestige of a once great church and once faithful ministers. It is a blessing to read and listen to the uncorrupted articles and traditional sermons here. May God bless you sir for your standing tall in the midst of a crooked and perverse nation.

Record: 4158
Date: Friday, September 29, 2017, 9:45 AM
Subject: Obsolete
Name: Neil Schwentke
City: Claymont     State: Delaware
Country: Usa
Found Site by: Search Engine

    Just read your article on the significance of the floating axe head and Elisha. I must say that I don't agree with your conclusions that it symbolized the work of Christ in removing our debt. It's just too convenient for me. Also, your doctrines seem way too strict and old fashioned, and in many other ways obsolete. Christians today need more tolerance, not less. Old fashioned religion is what's driving people away from the church.

Record: 4157
Date: Thursday, August 24, 2017, 10:51 PM
Subject: Divorce
Name: Richaed Madison
City: Worcester     State: Massachusetts
Country: Usa
Found Site by: Just Surfed In

    I an mot impressed with your unbending teachings. You call yourself Reformed? The Reformed view allows for divorce in certain instances and you think you know what's biblical better than the faithful stewards of the Reformed Church? Shame on you. The Westminster Confession of faith allows for Divorce.
Here's what it says:
"V. Adultery or fornication, committed after a contract, being detected before marriage, giveth just occasion to the innocent party to dissolve that contract. In the case of adultery after marriage, it is lawful for the innocent party to sue out a divorce, and after the divorce to marry another, as if the offending party were dead."

You have no sympathy for those of us who have been cheated on, but are allowed to divorce as if the offending party is dead. Fornication makes the wife dead to us. Proof we can divorce.

Record: 4156
Date: Sunday, August 6, 2017, 10:57 AM
Subject: Bible Believing Christians
Name: Earl Taylor
State: Manitoba
Country: Canada
Found Site by: Search Engine

I providentially stumbled upon this Mountain Retreat website and found your forum which has been a great blessing to me ever since. It's great to know someone else understands authority of scripture and that unbelief is a matter of the heart. Thank you all for emphasizing all these most neglected truths.

Record: 4155
Date: Saturday, July 8, 2017, 10:11 PM
Name: G. Clay Creighton
Country: U.s.a.
Found Site by: Search Engine

    Awesome website! I am in search of understanding! I asked GOD to help me understand HIS WORD and tonight I found your website! I love you explanation of the bema seat judgement! I am a student of GRACE and you have helped me! GOD bless all that you do! And, THANKS!

Record: 4154
Date: Saturday, July 8, 2017, 4:02 AM
Subject: Who is Micahel the Archangel
Name: J. Choi
City: Norwood     State: Pa
Country: Usa
Found Site by: Friend

    Loved your article on who is Michael the archangel, well written, good biblical research and backed by plenty of scriptures. Thanks.

Record: 4153
Date: Friday, June 16, 2017, 10:07 AM
Name: Donald Wicker
City: Sherman     State: Tx
Country: United States
Found Site by: Link

    I being newly ordained would love to receive ongoing communications from your site .

Record: 4151
Date: Tuesday, May 30, 2017, 1:23 AM
Subject: Reformed Churches
Name: Brandon Carter
City: Hartford     State: Connecticut
Country: United States
Found Site by: Other

    I donít agree with reformed theology because I have witnessed far too much abuse and authoritarianism within these churches. But even so, I must say I find your explanations and articles hard to argue against theologically, as they seem very sound, well thought out and always interesting. Are you sure you are of the reformed persuasion as there is far too much grace and concern in your philosophy to be reformed. Iím just not convinced that the problem is so much a rejection of truth as it is the lofty noses of the reformed.

B. Carter

Record: 4150
Date: Thursday, May 25, 2017, 1:41 PM
Subject: Reformed Traditions
Name: Douglas Lieberman
City: Boston     State: Mass.
Country: Usa
Found Site by: Other

    Been reading your forum, but I don't join in because I am not a good writer or speaker. I do find your comments refreshing because most Reformed Christians I find are so proud of their traditions that they consider them as righteous unassailable dogma, and themselves as the only defenders of orthodoxy. Your departure from stuff shirted traditions like double Predestination and exclusive psalmody is a breath of fresh air. Thanks for this Reformed resource.

Record: 4149
Date: Tuesday, May 23, 2017, 7:32 AM
Subject: Comment Form
Name: D. Carson
City: Dallas     Country: Texas, a Country in the U.S.
Found Site by: E-Mail Message

    What I like about Christianity is grace. It is a religion not based on works and in that way it is different from every religion I know of in the world. Grace is beautiful, isn't it. God bless.

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