A refutation of the doctrines of Witness Lee and Watchman Nee.
The Puritan Board
On the heels of this portion of a previous thread from 2008:
I am told, 'through a grapevine' of sorts, that the PCA BCO is being amended to include language such as 'commissioning' for the Women in the Church as assists to the Deacon's. Is anyone from the PCA aware of this amendment? I...
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....and I'm having a problem deciding about whether or not to let him go, my gut instinct and conviction is to say no.
This particular Anglican group has a children's meeting on a Sunday afternoon where loud rave music is played and the kids sit around on sofas "chilling out" and eating doughnuts while smoke machines pump out whatever it is that smoke machines pump out.
One of the messages...
If you were to name a theologian or biblical scholar who represents the most cogent "counter-case" to your own eschatology, who would it be? For me--depending on where I am at the moment--the following:
1. If I were a premillennialist, then most formidable amillennialist on a popular level would be Riddlebarger. On a scholarly level, of course, Beale.
2. If I were an amillennialist facing...
In several threads with which I've interacted recently, it has been the position of some that "Reformed" has a narrower definition than the one I ascribe to it, which is: "Anyone subscribing to one the historic reformed confessions." So WCF; LBCF 1 and/or 2; 3FU. I don't know enough about Augsburg, 39 articles, or Savoy to pigeonhole them anywhere.
Since (like "Covenant of Grace") the term...
Hi! I was recently told by someone that Agustine believed in Imparted righteousness not imputed righteousness. Does anyone know if this is correct or false and where I could find from his writings where this is either espoused or denied? Thank you! For His Glory- Matthew
Which era of church history contained/contains your favourite theologiams to read?
Not favourite theologians in general, but to read.
Bonus: Why is it your favourite era?
For me, it is the 1800's. As much as I like the Reformers and the Puritans, I find the language and style of writing in the 1800's to be that which I enjoy most.
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