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Apologetics and Theology Discussion List

Providing a forum for believers in Christ to discuss questions regarding the Christian faith. Questions, ideas and suggestions in defending the faith are welcome on the list. Anyone with a question regarding Christianity and the historic Christian faith is welcome to participate in the discussion, provided they remain respectful in their presentation of their question.

This list, while open to non-believers, is focused upon the historic Christian faith. This is not a platform for preaching or presenting anti/non/pseudo Chrisitian ideas. Occasionally, I do allow debate on essentials, but rarely. As list owner, I reserve the right to limit the amount of non-believers presenting their ideas in dialogue. If your purpose is only to attempt to draw Christians away from Christ, argue or rant and not discuss, then join another list. There are two types of unbelievers- those searching for truth and those searching for an excuse not to believe. Examine your heart and decide which one you are before you subscribe A copy of the list rules is mailed to all persons requesting a subscription to the list both before AND after you are approved for membership. READ IT.

All discussions regarding Roman Catholicism should be directed to our sister list, RCC-Evangelical.

We also have a discussion list for Calvinism, with a particular interest in introducing the Doctrines of Grace into the African-American Community and supporting our Reformed brothers and sisters - African-American Calvinism List (AACL) - also hosted by Yahoo! Groups.

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  • 553
  • Theology
  • Sep 1, 1998
  • English

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