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  • Originally posted by Conqueror;n5716092[COLOR=#0000CD
    Neither did Christ testify of a Christ incarnated as blood and bones.

    I hold up a golf ball and say to you; 'this is the moon'.

    In order to be consistent;
    Lutherans would have to consider that to be another miracle.[/COLOR]
    EDIT Therefore, if you hold up a golf ball and call it the moon then to be consistent it would be necessary to consider it a golf ball and nothing more.
    Last edited by Mod14; 12-14-18, 12:02 PM.
    Test all things and praise God from whom all blessings flow!

    Peace,
    BJ -Bear
    VDMA (1 Peter 1:25)
    WELS

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    • Originally posted by BJ BEAR View Post

      That is more falsehood on your part as despite what you might imagine you are not God.
      Take it literally then and the Lutheran
      has to cope with two incarnated Christs at the last supper;

      one as flesh and the other one as bread and wine.


      That should be easy for a Lutheran,
      who is conditioned to deal with a gazillion incarnations.



      For as often as you eat this bread and drink this cup,
      you proclaim the Lord’s death till He comes.
      (1 Co 11:26).

      'until He comes' cannot mean that He is present as the god-wafer.

      I prefer the word of God
      rather than the absurd interpretations of deceived Lutherans





      .

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      • Originally posted by Conqueror View Post




        [COLOR=#0000CD]Take it literally then and the Lutheran
        has to cope with two incarnated Christs at the last supper;
        ]
        ].
        That is another falsehood on your part as the Lord said, "this is my body," not, "this is another incarnated me.
        Test all things and praise God from whom all blessings flow!

        Peace,
        BJ -Bear
        VDMA (1 Peter 1:25)
        WELS

        Comment


        • Originally posted by Conqueror View Post




          Take it literally then and the Lutheran
          has to cope with two incarnated Christs at the last supper;

          one as flesh and the other one as bread and wine.


          That should be easy for a Lutheran,
          who is conditioned to deal with a gazillion incarnations.



          For as often as you eat this bread and drink this cup,
          you proclaim the Lord’s death till He comes.
          (1 Co 11:26).

          'until He comes' cannot mean that He is present as the god-wafer.

          I prefer the word of God
          rather than the absurd interpretations of deceived Lutherans





          .
          Originally posted by BJ BEAR View Post

          That is another falsehood on your part as the Lord said, "this is my body," not, "this is another incarnated me.
          How did the Lutheran Christ produce another visible body,
          without it being incarnated for Mary wasn't involved?



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          • Originally posted by Conqueror View Post



            How did the Lutheran Christ produce another visible body,
            without it being incarnated for Mary wasn't involved?


            That is another falsehood which has been corrected before. Evangelicals don't produce anything at the Supper. The one Lord God has declared what pertains to the Supper

            How many demonstrable falsehoods do you need to post to satisfy your quota or desire?
            Last edited by BJ BEAR; 12-07-18, 09:31 PM. Reason: Add infi
            Test all things and praise God from whom all blessings flow!

            Peace,
            BJ -Bear
            VDMA (1 Peter 1:25)
            WELS

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            • Originally posted by BJ BEAR View Post

              Evangelicals don't produce anything at the Supper.
              But Lutherans produce a false Christ before the second coming.

              “Therefore if they say to you;
              ‘Look, He is in the inner rooms
              - tabernacles
              do not believe it. (Matthew 24:26)


              For as often as you eat this bread and drink this cup,
              you proclaim the Lord’'s death till He comes.
              (1 Co 11:26).

              'until He comes' cannot mean that He is present as the god-wafer

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              • Conqueror,

                You are again posting falsehoods which have repeatedly been demonstrated to be false. How many falsehoods will you need to post in a day before you are satisfied?

                ​​​​​For the sake of argument, suppose that someone was convinced by the repeated falsehoods and came to your point of view in this regard. The only thing that is accomplished in convincing others of the truth of lies is to lead that person away from Christ. That is not a Christian thing to do.
                Test all things and praise God from whom all blessings flow!

                Peace,
                BJ -Bear
                VDMA (1 Peter 1:25)
                WELS

                Comment


                • Originally posted by BJ BEAR View Post
                  Conqueror,

                  You are again posting falsehoods which have repeatedly been demonstrated to be false. How many falsehoods will you need to post in a day before you are satisfied?

                  ​​​​​For the sake of argument, suppose that someone was convinced by the repeated falsehoods and came to your point of view in this regard. The only thing that is accomplished in convincing others of the truth of lies is to lead that person away from Christ. That is not a Christian thing to do.

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                  • Originally posted by Conqueror View Post





                    Lutherans who are identified
                    by being called after Luther are in fact only part Lutheran.


                    That is easily adjusted:


                    For when one says, "I am partly of Luther and partly of my own opinion",
                    “I am of Paul,” and another, “I am of Apollos,” are you not carnal?
                    (1 Co 3:4).
                    No if you did that we'd think you were nuts.
                    Mark 9:24 Lord, I believe; help thou mine unbelief.

                    “Reason is a whore, the greatest enemy that faith has; it never comes to the aid of spiritual things,
                    but more frequently than not struggles against the divine Word, treating with contempt all that emanates from God.” ― Martin Luther


                    Muretus "Call no man worthless for whom Christ died!"

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                    • Originally posted by Conqueror View Post

                      Lutherans who are identified
                      by being called after Luther are in fact only part Lutheran.


                      That is easily adjusted:


                      For when one says, "I am partly of Luther and partly of my own opinion",
                      “I am of Paul,” and another, “I am of Apollos,” are you not carnal?
                      (1 Co 3:4).
                      Originally posted by Thekla View Post

                      No if you did that we'd think you were nuts.
                      Please clarify, but I am used to being considered as nuts.

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                      • Whoopsie, I read a lot of your posts and sort of had them all together in my mind. I'm not calling you nuts, I said if you did that. I was talking about the ball being the moon also not great to rewrite 1 Cor 3:4 lol
                        Mark 9:24 Lord, I believe; help thou mine unbelief.

                        “Reason is a whore, the greatest enemy that faith has; it never comes to the aid of spiritual things,
                        but more frequently than not struggles against the divine Word, treating with contempt all that emanates from God.” ― Martin Luther


                        Muretus "Call no man worthless for whom Christ died!"

                        Comment


                        • Originally posted by Nic View Post

                          Hi Bigboy, That stuff came from a Landmark Church, where exactly are they wrong?
                          (Previous Linked Source)
                          Here's the Landmark way.
                          It seems Landmarkism is not a confessional group, if so, where is the confession?
                          I guess what I'm getting at, it's appears as if it's every Baptist [Landmark adherent] for himself.

                          Thanks.

                          Nic
                          Maybe a better fit is primitive baptist....

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                          • Originally posted by Dropkick View Post

                            Maybe a better fit is primitive baptist....
                            Hi Dropkick,
                            I had to look that up.
                            Most, but not all, of my Baptist encounters are Southern Baptists. I have some experience with Independent Baptists and also some but fewer instances with Reformed Baptists (Conservative Emphasis). Yet others who don't identify as Baptists, yet nonetheless to the Lutheran many of these are still Baptist, not unlike my old affiliate Calvary Chapel.

                            Baptists satellite autonomy and cultural relevancy keeps Baptist churches largely undefined in my opinion. In other words often the name Baptist means we act with good ole American rugged individualism without need of Christian heritage. Pious views of satellite autonomy often kick the rest of Christensen to the curb as having little to no significance.

                            Nic
                            Last edited by Nic; 12-13-18, 11:22 AM.
                            1Co 1:30 And because of him you are in Christ Jesus, who became to us wisdom from God, righteousness and sanctification and redemption,
                            1Co 1:31 so that, as it is written, "Let the one who boasts, boast in the Lord."

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                            • Originally posted by Nic View Post
                              Hi Dropkick,
                              I had to look that up.
                              Most, but not all, of my Baptist encounters are Southern Baptists. I have some experience with Independent Baptists and also some but fewer instances with Reformed Baptists (Conservative Emphasis). Yet others who don't identify as Baptists, yet nonetheless to the Lutheran many of these are still Baptist, not unlike my old affiliate Calvary Chapel.

                              Baptists satellite autonomy and cultural relevancy keeps Baptist churches largely undefined in my opinion. In other words often the name Baptist means we act with good ole American rugged individualism without need of Christian heritage. Pious views of satellite autonomy often kick the rest of Christensen to the curb as having little to no significance.

                              Nic
                              Kind of like the Anabaptist before they did away with the ana part. ;-)

                              Did we ever get a gospel in this thread, something definitive without a bunch of hyper legalistic whoowey?

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                              • Originally posted by Dropkick View Post

                                Kind of like the Anabaptist before they did away with the ana part. ;-)

                                Did we ever get a gospel in this thread, something definitive without a bunch of hyper legalistic whoowey?
                                Jesus professes the gospel in the broad sense in post #4, Bonnie goes as recognized for the first citation of the gospel in reference to promise in post #43. John 3:16. It may have been presented in the narrow (promise) by others, but I stopped reading after finding the first avsilable answer to your query.
                                I believe I overlooked Thekla's answer about repent and be baptized should be considered the first reference to promise in post #14. Repent and be baptized is a reference to promise too. My bad.

                                I don't believe our guest as affirmed any of our responses so from his perspective, the answer is no.


                                Nic
                                Last edited by Nic; 12-13-18, 06:58 PM.
                                1Co 1:30 And because of him you are in Christ Jesus, who became to us wisdom from God, righteousness and sanctification and redemption,
                                1Co 1:31 so that, as it is written, "Let the one who boasts, boast in the Lord."

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