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  • Discussion - Enyart vs. Ask Mr Religion (One on One)

    This thread is dedicated to discussion regarding the unique One on One between Ask Mr Religion (AMR) and Bob Enyart.

    Bob Enyart invited AMR to take a shot at answering the 50 questions that Bob had asked Dr. Lamerson in Battle Royale X.

    AMR has begun answer the 50 questions in the One on One so we can discuss their conversation here as it develops.

    I like to call this One on One....

    One on One - Enyart vs. AMR

    Battle Royale 10.50

    Or possibly....


    One on One - Enyart vs. AMR

    Battle of the actual likeness avatars
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    In case I am pressed for time, let me pre-respond to the usual crowd now:

    godrulz: "No, it is not a nuanced motif and I disagree with what {so and so} writes."

    Knight: "You misquoted me in stating..."

    Clete: "Sticks and stones may break my bones..."

    PastorKevin: "Yes, yes, you are a 'man of God' and a 'preacher', but..."

    Muz: "Your exegesis errs once again, in that..."

    stipe: "Huh?"

    Philetus: "Sorry, but someone will have to quote you for me to see anything you post."

    Yorshik: "Now exactly who is sitting at the table across from me?"




    Get on with it now.
    Last edited by Ask Mr. Religion; September 21st, 2007, 06:56 PM.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Ask Mr. Religion View Post
        In case I am pressed for time, let me pre-respond to the usual crowd now:

        godrulz: "No, it is not a nuanced motif and I disagree with what {so and so} writes."

        Knight: "You misquoted me in stating..."

        Clete: "Sticks and stones may break my bones..."

        PastorKevin: "Yes, yes, you are a 'man of God' and a 'preacher', but..."

        Muz: "Your exegesis errs once again, in that..."

        stipe: "Huh?"

        Philetus: "Sorry, but someone will have to quote you for me to see anything you post."




        Get on with it now.

        What a bunch of hoi polloi!





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        • #5
          Originally posted by Ask Mr. Religion View Post
          In case I am pressed for time, let me pre-respond to the usual crowd now:

          godrulz: "No, it is not a nuanced motif and I disagree with what {so and so} writes."

          Knight: "You misquoted me in stating..."

          Clete: "Sticks and stones may break my bones..."

          PastorKevin: "Yes, yes, you are a 'man of God' and a 'preacher', but..."

          Muz: "Your exegesis errs once again, in that..."

          stipe: "Huh?"

          Philetus: "Sorry, but someone will have to quote you for me to see anything you post."




          Get on with it now.
          I take it I don't respond fast enough to make your list?
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Yorzhik View Post
            I take it I don't respond fast enough to make your list?
            oops!

            See edited original post.
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            • #7
              Knight,

              Given the length of AMR's response to just the first two questions, I think you better start looking for more storage space!
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              • #8
                Originally posted by CabinetMaker View Post
                Knight,

                Given the length of AMR's response to just the first two questions, I think you better start looking for more storage space!
                That may be true, but at least he has tried to grapple with the problems. I do hope not all of the answers are this complex and long.

                "Now may the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit." Romans 15.13

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                • #9
                  I think AMR makes a good point:
                  Unsettled theists spend a great deal of time and effort whining that somehow the past 1500 years of theological study and doctrine holds that God is not interested in relating to His creatures.

                  People had living loving relationships with God long before Open Theism came along. I think back on my grandfather as an excellent example. He was born in the early 1890s and had a great relationship with Christ from his youth.

                  I also have to laugh a bit at AMRs designation of Open Theism as Unsettled theists. It kind of smacks of the same smack he doesn't like from Open Theists.

                  "Now may the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit." Romans 15.13

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Chileice View Post
                    I think AMR makes a good point:
                    Unsettled theists spend a great deal of time and effort whining that somehow the past 1500 years of theological study and doctrine holds that God is not interested in relating to His creatures.

                    People had living loving relationships with God long before Open Theism came along.

                    Wrong! Open theism never "came along", it always was...
                    That is what the closed theists can't seem to grasp.

                    The authors of the Bible were open theists. It wasn't until Greek Pagan philosophy came along that this whole "fate" thing started.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Shimei View Post
                      The authors of the Bible were open theists. It wasn't until Greek Pagan philosophy came along that this whole "fate" thing started.
                      Your first sentence is a mere assertion. Surely you can point to us when this philosophy "came along" and "corrupted" things?


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                      • #12
                        Please...please...don't say St. Augustine!

                        Sorry about the double post, seems I can't edit in this thread.


                        Evo

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                        • #13
                          Plato.
                          http://prolifeprofiles.com/

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Shimei View Post
                            Plato.
                            Who corrupted things? At what point?


                            Evo

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                            • #15
                              Lets not get into any drawn out debates in this thread.

                              Lets use this thread to comment about the posts being made in the One on One. If you want to debate a point that was made in the One on One maybe it would be best to open up a new thread.

                              Sound fair?
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