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  1. zerinus

    In debating theology do we neglect the heart of the faith?

    Why not? I am clever! I am computer savvy! I can do anything I want! :)
  2. zerinus

    In debating theology do we neglect the heart of the faith?

    Wasting time. Not interested.
  3. zerinus

    In debating theology do we neglect the heart of the faith?

    No kidding, I assure you. It depends on how "imputed righteousness" is understood. As understood by Calvinism, it is false. Pretty much everything, as understood by Calvinism, is false. Your slanderous accusations mean nothing. You believe in a corrupt, dead, false, apostate religion which is...
  4. zerinus

    In debating theology do we neglect the heart of the faith?

    And like it or not, I am here debating Calvinism out of the Bible, and there is nothing you can do about it, right? As the proverbial saying goes, “if you don’t like it, you can lump it!” 😅 Then don’t, nobody is forcing you to. ☺️ And like it or not, here I am, debating Calvinism out of the...
  5. zerinus

    In debating theology do we neglect the heart of the faith?

    Several issues with that one: (1) I am not begrudging Calvinists to debate with me. (2) I use this as an opportunity to point out their theological errors, and tell them what they need to know biblically to correct it. (3) They are welcome to treat me in the same way, and point out any errors in...
  6. zerinus

    In debating theology do we neglect the heart of the faith?

    No more than if I was a Jew, Catholic, Greek Orthodox, or Pentecostal. That means what?
  7. zerinus

    In debating theology do we neglect the heart of the faith?

    No need to either. I prefer to be known for the smart guy that I am! :giggle:
  8. zerinus

    In debating theology do we neglect the heart of the faith?

    I agree that my debating skills and gospel knowledge is difficult to hide! But I think I am smart enough to be able to disguise it if I wanted to! :)
  9. zerinus

    In debating theology do we neglect the heart of the faith?

    When my reasonings are entirely biblical, that is irrelevant. If my biblical reasonings are incorrect, here is the chance for others to correct them. If I wanted to, I could sign in anonymously with an anonymous user name, and nobody would be any the wiser. Is that what you want me to do?
  10. zerinus

    In debating theology do we neglect the heart of the faith?

    Another dumb comment. I am not the one who keeps bringing Mormonism into this forum, you are.
  11. zerinus

    In debating theology do we neglect the heart of the faith?

    Dumb comment, as usual. I have repeatedly asked him to bring the matter to the Mormonism forum where it can be properly discussed, and he refuses to do so. He is happy to keep bringing them up here, but is unwilling to discuss them properly there.
  12. zerinus

    In debating theology do we neglect the heart of the faith?

    And what if you are wrong about all the above? How are we going to settle the issue if you are not willing to discuss? And I happen to believe that your “orthodox” religion is apostate and unbiblical, and is leading you astray. And since you are not willing to discuss, we have nothing further...
  13. zerinus

    What is Wrong with God choosing who He saves?

    Respectfully I have to disagree. It seems to me that you have already determined what your theology will be, and no amount of scriptural reasoning, no matter how plausible, is going to change that. So we will have to leave it at that, and agree to disagree.
  14. zerinus

    What is Wrong with God choosing who He saves?

    God made special promises to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob concerning their descendants because of their righteousness. But those promises are not unconditional to their descendants. Each Israelite is responsible for their own individual actions, and are liable to be saved or destroyed based on...
  15. zerinus

    What is Wrong with God choosing who He saves?

    God treats all nations alike. He destroys the nations of the wicked, and preserves the nations of the righteous: Deuteronomy 9: 4 Speak not thou in thine heart, after that the Lord thy God hath cast them out from before thee, saying, For my righteousness the Lord hath brought me in to possess...
  16. zerinus

    What is Wrong with God choosing who He saves?

    And what has that got to do with Matthew 25? God treats all nations the same: Acts 10: 34 Then Peter opened his mouth, and said, Of a truth I perceive that God is no respecter of persons: 35 But in every nation he that feareth him, and worketh righteousness, is accepted with him.
  17. zerinus

    What is Wrong with God choosing who He saves?

    You are just ignoring the scripture, simple as that. The scripture says nothing about "how they treated Israel". It has nothing to do with that. You are inventing that yourself. The scripture is about judgement-day, and the criteria used by God to determine who will go to heaven and who will go...
  18. zerinus

    What is Wrong with God choosing who He saves?

    You are missing the point. You had argued that they "righteous" are those who had been automatically and predeterminedly given eternal life, thus effectively bypassing the judgement day described in Matthew 25:31-46. This is what you had said: That doesn't square with the text of the...
  19. zerinus

    In debating theology do we neglect the heart of the faith?

    And I told you, if you have specific questions to ask or discuss about Mormonism, the right place to raise it or discuss it is in the Mormonism forum, not here. You play a hide and seek game. When you bring up specific issues about Mormonism which I try to address, you dodge it and refuse to...
  20. zerinus

    In debating theology do we neglect the heart of the faith?

    So anything that you don’t like to hear about becomes Mormonism! How weird is that?
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