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  • In a message dated 6/7/2001 5:23:30 PM Eastern Daylight Time, praisinjc@^$1 writes: '' Is it not clear, brothers and sisters, that we have inherited traditions which have no basis in Scripture? Is it not clear that we have departed from the simplicity of the New Testament? Are you willing to rethink and test your own view of the church and pastoral leadership in the light of...
    Speranda62@aol.com Jun 7, 2001
  • I'm wondering everyone's thought on the ECT (Evangelicals & Catholics Together) document that was signed in 1994 or 1995, I am not sure of the date. If you have not read the document it can be found at : http://www.onebody.org/ect2.htm I know there has been a great deal of criticism from the Evangelical world, as I was involved, at one time in, a heavy repudiation of the document...
    Speranda62@aol.com Jun 6, 2001
  • Jason, Thanks. Most of what you wrote I have read in my studies. I have a whole book of reference to the Properties of things, Function, Form and Accident. I guess it comes down to the standard Working Stiff Single Mom syndrome, when things of theology and philosophy meet my practical and everyday brain. I am like..Ok,,now how do I think this wafer and wine are really Christ? I am...
    Speranda62@aol.com May 16, 2001
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  • This is a change of subject obviously oblivious to ongoing discussions and disagreements. I have read and studied on the Eucharist and the nature of the Consecrated Host, transubstantiation, consubstantiation..etc..etc. I would like to see some discussion from those who hold that the Bread and Wine become the Actual body and blood of Christ. Maybe I am not even wording it correctly...
    Speranda62@aol.com May 16, 2001
  • In a message dated 5/15/2001 6:30:09 PM Eastern Daylight Time, carrollj@^$1 writes: You can't do it because it's outside of the realm of all of your experience. That doesn't mean however that it is outside of the realm of reality. Good point...thanks :)
    Speranda62@aol.com May 15, 2001
  • Tammy: I would also ask this question...is there 'time' in heaven? Like, does time exist in heaven? Jim: No (I think). Tammy: Does this mean we are now in heaven? My first thought on this was the same as yours. There is no "time" past-present-future in Heaven,,only existence, or "time". So, then, would we not all be actually present in Heaven, if we have been predestined to such...
    Tammy Craig May 15, 2001
  • SS2 bids us farewell, but one of his statements is key for what I find inconsistent and illogical in reformed thought. He writes <) The idea that God could know, and foreknow, everything without controlling everything is not only unscriptural but illogical. > This is interesting. How is it that there is consistent logic with the position that God 'controls everything', and is the...
    Speranda62@aol.com May 11, 2001
  • <<BTW, I'll be in Harrisburg on Friday. I have to go to VA on Sat to pick up my fixed glider so I can get back to ignoring you. Maybe I'll see you there. Let me know. >> LOL..I can't wait till you guys get back to ignoring each other so I can quit rushing to check my email :) Where is Harrisburg? What happened to the Trad Doggies meet with Brett, Jason, Don, Jim and meself(I know...
    Speranda62@aol.com May 8, 2001
  • Dear Group, I was reading back over some of these posts. It seems to me that very little is being accomplished. I haven't seen much substance in the replies. SS2 might do well to read through the archives of this list, as some of his inquiries have certainly been addressed and he might find a hint of the answers he is asking for. I am not meaning to sound harsh, but I honestly am...
    Tammy Craig May 7, 2001
  • In a message dated 5/4/2001 11:01:44 PM Eastern Daylight Time, solascriptura2@^$1 writes: . It does not sound like you have read anything about Van Tillian presuppostionalism, if you had you would know the epistemology is a very important aspect to the apologetic. I will wait for your definition concerning knowledge. Regarding your above statement, why do you assume that I would...
    Speranda62@aol.com May 4, 2001