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by Pilgrim. Wed Oct 16, 2019 4:35 PM
Luther on Predestination
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The Cost of Burial
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"Double Predestination" by R.C. Sproul, Sr.
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Yesterday at 03:44 AM The Gospel [by Tom]
What do you think of the following?
The bad news of rejecting the good news must be pressed home at some point.

But why lead with it? Preach Christ and his kingdom first! Give them something to reject... and so warrant the bad news.

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Mon Oct 14, 2019 10:55 PM The Cost of Burial [by Tom]
Here is a question asked of me; that I don't know how to answer.
What do you say to a person that believes that cremation is sinful. Yet says, because the cost of being buried starts around $8 thousand; they do not see an alternative.

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Fri Oct 11, 2019 8:14 PM Politics [by Tom]
What are the main issues when you vote that are your top 5 priorities that determine what party you vote for and why?

The reason why I am asking this question, is something I became aware of via Face Book.
The Church my children grew up in in the town we used to live in, had many other children my children are friends with until this very day. Many of whom, my wife and I are very fond of; to the point we consider some to be like extended family.
Most of them now are over 30 now.
I learned via Facebook that several of them are into politics and one of them is running Federally in the upcoming election.
It appears by the responses that many of these adult children are supporting their friend because "they trust her."
The problem however is that she is running for the NDP party. Which is to put it mildly a socialist party and whose policies on issues like abortion and homosexuality are against Scripture.
Most of them still attend Church and they sure didn't learn those things there.
I asked two friends for their advice and both of them told me basically to stay out of it; they are adults.
The problem is, it looks like many of them are following their friend as if she is the Pied Piper, without even considering what she believes.
I don't want to ruin my relationship with them, but I think I need to say something.
Perhaps, saying something to the effect how it is great to support your friends. But what do they believe about their views (while naming them) of the NDP party.
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Tue Oct 01, 2019 11:29 AM "Double Predestination" by R.C. Sproul, Sr. [by Pilgrim]
"A horrible decree ...." "Most ruthless statement. . . ." "A terrible theological theory. . . ." "An illegitimate inference of logic. . ." These and other similar epithets have been used frequently to articulate displeasure and revulsion at the Reformed doctrine of double predestination. Particularly abhorrent to many is the notion that God would predestinate (in any sense) the doom of the reprobate.

I decided to include this article after it was mentioned in a discussion here and realized that although it is the most popular of all other articles on The Highway, it had never been featured as The Article of the Month. bingo now has that great distinction. bigglasses

No introduction! but to say, if you have never read this particular article, DO IT! And , if you have read it before, READ IT AGAIN! giggle

You can access this article right now by simply clicking here:Double Predestination.

OR you can always visit The Highway website and click on the "Article of the Month" logo.

In His service and grace,
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Fri Sep 27, 2019 6:17 PM Church Membership [by Tom]
I have a question that stems from a recent conversation with a good friend who visited me.
He told me that he could never in good conscience ever be a member of a Church again.
He went onto to say that it is because he has never seen a Church statement of faith that he can agree with 100%.
He quoted Scripture that said. "Let your no be no and your yes and your no be no." (Matt.5:37)
He went onto say that because of this he does not believe covenants are biblical to sign. He gave an example of TWU (Trinity Western University) making people sign a covenant in order to attend or teach there, no matter how biblical it is.
It kind of shocked me to hear these things from him. Understand in the case of TWU, it isn't that he doesn't agree with anything written in the Covenant (he does) but he does not believe something like that should be signed by a Christian.

I expect in the future that conversation may come up again and I want to be able to give him a biblical answer.
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