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    Quote Originally Posted by Clete
    If we do the Dispensationalism vs. Covenant Theology debate, we have to figure out a way to get Bob Enyart to do another Battle Royale. Something tells me, it would be his wife that we'd have to convince though.
    I have to say that would be the idea mentioned thus far that I'd be the most interested in seeing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urizen
    I have to say that would be the idea mentioned thus far that I'd be the most interested in seeing.
    Or how about you verses me or Turbo on predestination.
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    Also, as it's something I've seen cropping up in a number of threads, the applicability of the Mosaic Law after the death and resurrection of Christ might be interesting as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knight
    Or how about you verses me or Turbo on predestination.
    LOL. I could probably do it, and in fact in some ways would like to. Kinda been where the bulk of my reading has been for a while now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urizen
    LOL. I could probably do it, and in fact in some ways would like to. Kinda been where the bulk of my reading has been for a while now.
    How about we go One on One?

    Less structured, less time consuming, less argumentative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knight
    How about we go One on One?

    Less structured, less time consuming, less argumentative.

    Interested?
    Sure

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sodar
    I like the idea of homeschooling vs. public school.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Urizen
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    Cool.

    I will set it up when I get a chance.
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    How about: "Does the Bible prohibit/condone/support abortion"?
    "The great use of life is to spend it for something that will outlast it." - William James

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmoney
    No, why do you ask?


    Well I was almost positive that you weren't an open theist and from reading your posts your beliefs seemed to line up with arminianism the most. What about arminianism don't you agree with?
    Actually, Sozo doesn't call himself an open theist, for various reasons, but he does believe the future is open, and God does not have exhaustive foreknowledge.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Urizen
    Also, as it's something I've seen cropping up in a number of threads, the applicability of the Mosaic Law after the death and resurrection of Christ might be interesting as well.
    This is what I want to see.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Urizen
    Also, as it's something I've seen cropping up in a number of threads, the applicability of the Mosaic Law after the death and resurrection of Christ might be interesting as well.
    Good idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lighthouse
    Actually, Sozo doesn't call himself an open theist, for various reasons, but he does believe the future is open, and God does not have exhaustive foreknowledge.
    I thought he did say God had exhaustive foreknowledge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clete
    If we do the Dispensationalism vs. Covenant Theology debate, we have to figure out a way to get Bob Enyart to do another Battle Royale. Something tells me, it would be his wife that we'd have to convince though.
    Who do we have in mind to represent the Covenantal side?


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    Quote Originally Posted by kmoney
    I thought he did say God had exhaustive foreknowledge.
    Never.

    I only question the bizarre idea that foreknowledge would equal causation.

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