Reformed Theology Hopefully they'll do the same thing for fetuses before they're aborted. Insanity.  Calvinism

Hopefully they’ll do the same thing for fetuses before they’re aborted. Insanity.

Reformed Theology Hopefully they'll do the same thing for fetuses before they're aborted. Insanity.  Calvinism
Hopefully they’ll do the same thing for fetuses before they’re aborted. Insanity.
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/jan/11/switzerland-rules-lobsters-must-be-stunned-before-boiling?CMP=twt_gu
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/jan/11/switzerland-rules-lobsters-must-be-stunned-before-boiling?CMP=twt_gu
Link: Hopefully they’ll do the same thing for fetuses before they’re aborted. Insanity.
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Reformed Theology Hell is not “separation from God.”  Calvinism

Hell is not “separation from God.”

Reformed Theology Hell is not “separation from God.”  Calvinism
Hell is not “separation from God.”
https://corechristianity.com/resource-library/articles/hell-is-not-separation-from-god?utm_content=buffer9b408&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer
https://corechristianity.com/resource-library/articles/hell-is-not-separation-from-god?utm_content=buffer9b408&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer
Link: Hell is not “separation from God.”
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Reformed Theology John Frame's 30 Suggestions for Young Theologians. Friends, this is inestimably valuable. Read, and read again.  Calvinism

John Frame’s 30 Suggestions for Young Theologians. Friends, this is inestimably valuable. Read, and read again.

Reformed Theology John Frame's 30 Suggestions for Young Theologians. Friends, this is inestimably valuable. Read, and read again.  Calvinism
John Frame’s 30 Suggestions for Young Theologians. Friends, this is inestimably valuable. Read, and read again.
http://andynaselli.com/john-frames-advice-30-suggestions-for-theological-students-and-young-theologians
http://andynaselli.com/john-frames-advice-30-suggestions-for-theological-students-and-young-theologians
Link: John Frame’s 30 Suggestions for Young Theologians. Friends, this is inestimably valuable. Read, and read again.
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Reformed Theology Where did children get angels? (Matt. 18:10) Where did these unregenerate God-haters get angels?  Calvinism

Where did children get angels? (Matt. 18:10) Where did these unregenerate God-haters get angels?

Reformed Theology Where did children get angels? (Matt. 18:10) Where did these unregenerate God-haters get angels?  Calvinism
Where did children get angels? (Matt. 18:10) Where did these unregenerate God-haters get angels?

Matt. 18:10 “See that you do not despise one of these little ones. For I tell you that in heaven their angels always see the face of my Father who is in heaven.

Do children have angels? All children or covenant children? None? A metaphor? Baptists, what do you think?

Matt. 18:10 “See that you do not despise one of these little ones. For I tell you that in heaven their angels always see the face of my Father who is in heaven.Do children have angels? All children or covenant children? None? A metaphor? Baptists, what do you think?
Link: Where did children get angels? (Matt. 18:10) Where did these unregenerate God-haters get angels?
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Reformed Theology The Colloquy of Thorn (1645) neither allows for the Pope or councils to declare true what is not taught in Scripture, NOR for the believers private interpretation to serve as judge of Scripture or rule of faith.  Calvinism

The Colloquy of Thorn (1645) neither allows for the Pope or councils to declare true what is not taught in Scripture, NOR for the believers private interpretation to serve as judge of Scripture or rule of faith.

Reformed Theology The Colloquy of Thorn (1645) neither allows for the Pope or councils to declare true what is not taught in Scripture, NOR for the believers private interpretation to serve as judge of Scripture or rule of faith.  Calvinism
The Colloquy of Thorn (1645) neither allows for the Pope or councils to declare true what is not taught in Scripture, NOR for the believers private interpretation to serve as judge of Scripture or rule of faith.

Thought you all might like to see this:

6) No pope, bishop, or council of bishops on earth, neither as a higher and more infallible judge, nor through judicial authority, or under pain of anathema, can dictate as an article of faith that which is not openly taught in Scripture, or cannot be derived from certain necessary and evident deduction from Scripture, and cannot be confirmed through the approval of the early church.

7) Much less do we accept that the particular spirit of the believer himself is the judge of the Scripture or a rule of faith. Rather we profess that the believing as well as the teaching spirit, and every judgment, is to be guided and to be judged by the church and her pastors according to the Scripture as the only rule and infallible law for the highest of earthly judges.

Dennison, J. T., Jr. (2008–2014). Reformed Confessions of the 16th and 17th Centuries in English Translation: 1523–1693 (Vol. 4, p. 209). Grand Rapids, MI: Reformation Heritage Books.

Thought you all might like to see this:6) No pope, bishop, or council of bishops on earth, neither as a higher and more infallible judge, nor through judicial authority, or under pain of anathema, can dictate as an article of faith that which is not openly taught in Scripture, or cannot be derived from certain necessary and evident deduction from Scripture, and cannot be confirmed through the approval of the early church.7) Much less do we accept that the particular spirit of the believer himself is the judge of the Scripture or a rule of faith. Rather we profess that the believing as well as the teaching spirit, and every judgment, is to be guided and to be judged by the church and her pastors according to the Scripture as the only rule and infallible law for the highest of earthly judges.Dennison, J. T., Jr. (2008–2014). Reformed Confessions of the 16th and 17th Centuries in English Translation: 1523–1693 (Vol. 4, p. 209). Grand Rapids, MI: Reformation Heritage Books.
Link: The Colloquy of Thorn (1645) neither allows for the Pope or councils to declare true what is not taught in Scripture, NOR for the believers private interpretation to serve as judge of Scripture or rule of faith.
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Reformed Theology Whoah, whoah, whoah! Slow down, kids, we passed by 8000 subscribers so quickly nobody noticed!  Calvinism

Whoah, whoah, whoah! Slow down, kids, we passed by 8000 subscribers so quickly nobody noticed!

Reformed Theology Whoah, whoah, whoah! Slow down, kids, we passed by 8000 subscribers so quickly nobody noticed!  Calvinism
Whoah, whoah, whoah! Slow down, kids, we passed by 8000 subscribers so quickly nobody noticed!

Congratulations to all the mods for keeping the place ship-shape.

Congratulations to all the mods for keeping the place ship-shape.
Link: Whoah, whoah, whoah! Slow down, kids, we passed by 8000 subscribers so quickly nobody noticed!
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Reformed Theology How does Biblical counseling / nouthetic counseling dealmwith suffering and victimization?  Calvinism

How does Biblical counseling / nouthetic counseling dealmwith suffering and victimization?

Reformed Theology How does Biblical counseling / nouthetic counseling dealmwith suffering and victimization?  Calvinism
How does Biblical counseling / nouthetic counseling dealmwith suffering and victimization?

Typically it is looking to personal sin and repentance …. but what about when there is no (overt) sin?

Typically it is looking to personal sin and repentance …. but what about when there is no (overt) sin?
Link: How does Biblical counseling / nouthetic counseling dealmwith suffering and victimization?
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Reformed Theology [Ministry ideas] What are some good ideas for men’s ministry and get togethers?  Calvinism

[Ministry ideas] What are some good ideas for men’s ministry and get togethers?

Reformed Theology [Ministry ideas] What are some good ideas for men’s ministry and get togethers?  Calvinism
[Ministry ideas] What are some good ideas for men’s ministry and get togethers?

I’m nt great at creative ministry. I’m all, “breakfast.” They’re like, “and,”; I’m like, “We got bacon, eggs, grits and coffee, we good.”

I’m nt great at creative ministry. I’m all, “breakfast.” They’re like, “and,”; I’m like, “We got bacon, eggs, grits and coffee, we good.”
Link: [Ministry ideas] What are some good ideas for men’s ministry and get togethers?
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