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  1. psycheives

    Federal Vision Spreading To Baptists? James White & Andrew Sandlin

    Apologia Studios/Apologia Radio/Dr. James White/Jeff Durbin etc's 2019 Reformed Con seems to have booked both Federal Vision's Andrew Sandlin and Doug Wilson's Associate Pastor Toby Sumpter with his Cross Politic Podcast. https://reformcon.org/ R. Scott Clark's warnings and concerns are...
  2. Haeralis

    What, if anything, should the state do about heresy?

    This is an issue which I have been wrestling with for quite a while. Obviously, no Reformed Protestant could possibly say that the government can make people Christians. Only God in His grace and mercy can do such a thing. Still, I'm wondering whether this precludes any role whatsoever for the...
  3. Brad Mason

    I'm Working on a Series Arguing that Racist Belief and Confession is Heresy

    Hello all. I am currently working on a series on racism and heresy. The first post is already up and I am working on the next. As there are a lot of sharp folks around here, I would love to hear your feedback. http://www.heartandmouth.org/2018/02/07/racism-material-heresy-formal-heresy-outline-1/
  4. Matthew G. Bianco

    Open Theism and 2 Chronicles 6:5

    I had an open theist today on Facebook quote 2 Chronicles 6:5 to try to "prove" to me God doesn't have a foreknowledge or doesn't predestine anything. Here is the discussion between me and the open theist (OT). I may have not answered it too well because I was a bit fired up at his heresy. OT...
  5. Stope

    Revisted: Is belief in the Trinity... necesary for salvation

    Part of the reason I joined the PB was to seek a sound response to the question "Is belief in the Trinity-specifically the 3 persons of God-neccesary for salvation?". I searched and found a similar thread already that existed and I didnt ever end up seeing a response (I just ended up seeing...
  6. Ryft

    Heretical versus unorthodox: Confessional or not?

    NOTICE: On the advice of another member, I am splitting my questions up (Smart 2012) into three separate posts, allowing "folks to more easily focus the discussion on one point" (Lindsay 2012, par. 2). This is the first of three posts; the other two are "Heretical v. unorthodox: What is heresy?"...
  7. Ryft

    Heretical versus unorthodox: Does heretic mean non-Christian?

    NOTICE: On the advice of another member, I am splitting my questions up (Smart 2012) into three separate posts, allowing "folks to more easily focus the discussion on one point" (Lindsay 2012, par. 2). This is the second of three posts; the other two are "Heretical v. unorthodox: What is...
  8. Ryft

    Heretical versus unorthodox: What is heresy?

    NOTICE: On the advice of another member, I am splitting my questions up (Smart 2012) into three separate posts, allowing "folks to more easily focus the discussion on one point" (Lindsay 2012, par. 2). This is the first of three posts; the other two are "Heretical v. unorthodox: Does heretic...
  9. Ryft

    Heretical versus unorthodox

    (I am not sure that I have placed this in the correct forum here at PuritanBoard. Feel free to move it to a more appropriate forum if this is not the correct one.) I present the following questions for the sincere and thoughtful consideration of Presbyterian members here—although it is open...
  10. Repre5entYHWH

    Good or Bad Idea?

    so i was thinking how we have all these churches and all these different denominations some that fall into orthodoxy some that fall into heresy. when someone comes to faith in Christ or is looking for a church but has little to no knowledge they are very confused on which church to attend...
  11. RoderickE

    Why Hyperpreterists Can’t Use the Bible

    In interactions with hyperpreterists, one of the first claims they make is that they are just reading the Bible for what it says. First, we must ask then why 2000 years worth of Christians who have read that same Bible, some people even in the original languages & some people who had ONLY the...
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