ECT To D'ist & MAD friends re thread topics

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You obviously don't like learning about the historic doctrines, so go on the offensive and start threads that favor what you like from your more recent guys. Just remember, it's an open arena and all questions are on the table.
 

Nang

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You obviously don't like learning about the historic doctrines, so go on the offensive and start threads that favor what you like from your more recent guys. Just remember, it's an open arena and all questions are on the table.

Unfortunately, MADists dislike church history, all book learning, church affiliations, and study/evaluation of various bible publications.

They consider those of us who do look into these matters, to be an enemy of God and their version of the gospel.

Which is the mark of brain-washing and cultism, of course . . .
 

Grosnick Marowbe

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Unfortunately, MADists dislike church history, all book learning, church affiliations, and study/evaluation of various bible publications.

They consider those of us who do look into these matters, to be an enemy of God and their version of the gospel.

Which is the mark of brain-washing and cultism, of course . . .

MADists just don't like false doctrines and false gospels, such as Calvinism and such.
 

SaulToPaul

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Unfortunately, MADists dislike church history, all book learning, church affiliations, and study/evaluation of various bible publications.

They consider those of us who do look into these matters, to be an enemy of God and their version of the gospel.

Which is the mark of brain-washing and cultism, of course . . .

The majority of believers had already turned their back on Paul and his doctrine in the mid first century.
With that in mind, how much stock should I place in what someone in 300ad wrote?
 

Nang

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The majority of believers had already turned their back on Paul and his doctrine in the mid first century.

"Believers" being "Christians?" How can you possibly substantiate such a false claim?

how much stock should I place in what someone in 300ad wrote?

You deny there were any Christians proclaiming the Gospel in 300AD? At what date do you cut off the Christian witness altogether?

:jawdrop:
 

Danoh

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The majority of believers had already turned their back on Paul and his doctrine in the mid first century.
With that in mind, how much stock should I place in what someone in 300ad wrote?

Yep...

Acts 19:26 Moreover ye see and hear, that not alone at Ephesus, but almost throughout all Asia, this Paul hath persuaded and turned away much people, saying that they be no gods, which are made with hands:

2 Timothy 1:15 This thou knowest, that all they which are in Asia be turned away from me; of whom are Phygellus and Hermogenes.
 

Grosnick Marowbe

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It has to be difficult being Nang. She, not only is caught up in a false belief system but, she's also plagued by a cranky personality. Has anybody EVER seen Nang in a good mood?
 

patrick jane

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Unfortunately, MADists dislike church history, all book learning, church affiliations, and study/evaluation of various bible publications.

They consider those of us who do look into these matters, to be an enemy of God and their version of the gospel.

Which is the mark of brain-washing and cultism, of course . . .

You're a lying mean spirited gal, and you are indoctrinated in one of the biggest cults in the history of mankind -
 
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