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  1. tdidymas

    Its the left thats facist.....

    Could you please explain yourself here, instead of merely asserting something?
  2. tdidymas

    Its the left thats facist.....

    I merely stated that CRT declares that victims of privileged oppression should get special treatment, does it not? And did I not point out the hypocrisy of it? So how exactly do I blame the victim? I'm blaming the ideology.
  3. tdidymas

    Its the left thats facist.....

    The fundamental trouble with critical race theory is that it is self-contradictory by nature. The very moment that minorities are privileged with special treatment because of the "privileged oppressors", they themselves then become the oppressors because of their privileged treatment. Such is...
  4. tdidymas

    Question for Catholics about the 4 Marian dogmas

    I'm also wondering how they hold these dogmas, and if the 5th dogma is declared, would they hold that as a salvific obligation also?
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    Question for Catholics about the 4 Marian dogmas

    "Fill out the petition" - sounds creepily like 2 Tim. 4:3.
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    Genesis 4 and the unregenerate Cain

    I can say the very same thing about your responses (in fact, I do).
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    Genesis 4 and the unregenerate Cain

    Nothing in what you say here supports your claim that faith has to come first (chronologically). Everyone who demands that others accept their opinion say exactly that. No, it does not say what you claim. You are basing your opinion on an inference which is an interpretation based on a premise...
  8. tdidymas

    Genesis 4 and the unregenerate Cain

    The way you communicated your opinion on that verse appeared to me that you agreed with me on it. This makes no sense. And why are you talking about losing faith? Isn't that a different subject? Yes, that's my point. This verse doesn't mention faith. I get it is because he is saying...
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    Genesis 4 and the unregenerate Cain

    What makes you think I deny that in those verses? I think you're exaggerating. It wasn't a mere bald denial. I had already explained it before. Are you accusing me of contradiction? then explain it, don't just assert it without any proof. Notice it says "hath everlasting life," not "can have"...
  10. tdidymas

    Genesis 4 and the unregenerate Cain

    Those are not my words. If you think they are, point to it exactly. Post #148 is not the right one. I actually said the opposite, that the phrase was NOT obeying the sinful nature. The phrase "living according to the flesh" means obeying the sinful nature, as well as sometimes "walking in the...
  11. tdidymas

    Genesis 4 and the unregenerate Cain

    According to your response, it appears to me that to you, your opinion is better than the context of scripture. You see "serving with the flesh the law of sin" as the same thing as "obeying the sinful nature," so you must think that Paul is referring to himself before he was converted. Is this...
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    Genesis 4 and the unregenerate Cain

    These verses don't support your opinion. Doesn't matter. Resurrection is in the context. Notice v. 24 says "has passed" - not "is passing" or "will pass". The verse then supports my opinion better, that regeneration comes first. And v. 25 looks to the future of all who are regenerated, even as...
  13. tdidymas

    Genesis 4 and the unregenerate Cain

    You're asking a question that is already answered. It cannot be the same thing, given the context of Rom. ch. 6-8. What I see you doing is harping on your opinion that is based on taking that verse of scripture out of its context.
  14. tdidymas

    Genesis 4 and the unregenerate Cain

    It is interesting how you agree with me on the assessment of this verse, but in many verses you cited, you don't come to the same conclusion. I get the idea it's because you're reading your agenda into it, wherein you claim those verses say faith comes before regeneration, even though they don't...
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    Genesis 4 and the unregenerate Cain

    Not according to Rom. 8:4 which is the same context. The chapter divisions are not inspired, so Paul is continuing his argument and has not changed the subject. He clearly states that he does not obey the sinful nature. Therefore, there is a major difference in the 2 phrases.
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    Genesis 4 and the unregenerate Cain

    Pt. 2: . Spiritual "resurrection" is not a resurrection, according to how I read scripture. A person starting out their existence dead in transgressions can be brought to life, but it's not a RE-surrection. I don't think there is any scripture that says being born again is a spiritual...
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    Genesis 4 and the unregenerate Cain

    Pt. 1 This statement is obvious, but your claim about it is false. Those scriptures do NOT say that faith is before regeneration. But they do say WHO has life, that is, those WHO believe, so they are statements of identity, not of process. They say who it is who has life, they do not say "this...
  18. tdidymas

    Genesis 4 and the unregenerate Cain

    I quoted scripture that indicates the process I cited. So regeneration is God's decision, not man's, according to John 1:13. So if you think otherwise, you need to explain those scriptures, instead of pitting other scriptures against it. I explained clearly that the verses you cited to support...
  19. tdidymas

    Genesis 4 and the unregenerate Cain

    No trap from my end. You're harping on Rom. 7:25 as if Paul walked in the flesh (that is, obeying the sinful nature) when he clearly said he didn't. My point is that you are misinterpreting it.
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    Genesis 4 and the unregenerate Cain

    I know the scriptures you cited, but it looks to me like you're trying to trap me somehow. Stop assuming you know what I believe when you really don't know, except for what I've posted. It appears you are reading into what I wrote things that are not there. We all know what pleases God and what...
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