10126Re: [Covenanted Reformation] Marks of the True Church
- Jun 17, 2004Pastor Enrique,
Hola! Quisiera saber si estuviera bien si podemos dialogar
privadamente? Soy un Presbiteriano del Pacto (Covenanter)y mi deseo
es propagar la verdadera fe para nuestro pueblo de los que hablan
espanol. Ha unos breves documentos ya traducido al espanol en los
sitios siguientes: www.ecn.ab.ca/prce y www.albanycrpc.org
Si esta dispuesto seria un previlegio. Que nuestro Senor le bendiga!
Hello! I would like to know if we could dialogue privately. I am
a Covenanter and my desire is to spread the true faith among Spanish
speakers. We have translated some documents into Spanish at (the
aforementioned web sites). If you are willing, it would be a
privilege. May the Lord bless you!
--- In email@example.com, A Mighty Fortress
> Thank you. I already have the covenanter paper (I down loaded thewebsite in a CD). I shall read the paper posted in the Canadian site.
>the Reformation came to have such a differences. I already am aware
> I wonder why and how could it be that divers churches coming up of
that following Luther's death there where many hands in the dish,
and I have some proofs about Luther's writings altered, here and
there. In fact the writers of the Formula of Concord betrayed
Luther's doctrine settled in Bondage of Will, turning back to semi-
> Later on post Luther's Lutherans abandoned the Formula as well,adopting a theology curiously similar to that of the damned
>are at hand. As a Christian, I hope all true believers may be able
> We know that we are living in perilous times and that worse days
to go on with efforts for join in the Word.
> May the Lord bless you.
> In His service,
> Pastor Enrique Ivaldi.
> PS. I ponder as a privilege to share in this group.
> gmw <raging.calvinist@v...> wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, A Mighty Fortress
> <edftepregon@y...> wrote:
> Thank you for your irenic and informative response to the article I
> posted. You may or may not be aware, that Covenanters are "Divine
> Right Presbyterians." That is, we believe that Christ, the Head of
> the Church, has indeed instructed by His Word how the visable
> is to be governed, and because this is true, we are not permittedto
> alter that government without usurping Christ's authority. Perhapsis
> the best brief statement regarding Church government that has ever
> been penned by mere humans is the Preface of Westminster's Form of
> Presbyterial Church Government:
> "JESUS CHRIST, upon whose shoulders the government is, whose name
> called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlastingFather,
> The Prince of Peace; of the increase of whose government and peacehis
> there shall be no end; who sits upon the throne of David, and upon
> kingdom, to order it, and to establish it with judgment andjustice,
> from henceforth, even for ever; having all power given unto him inand
> heaven and in earth by the Father, who raised him from the dead,
> set him at his own right hand, far above all principalities andpower,
> and might, and dominion, and every name that is named, not only inall:
> this world, but also in that which is to come, and put all things
> under his feet, and gave him to be the head over all things to the
> church, which is his body, the fulness of him that filleth all in
> he being ascended up far above all heavens, that he might fill allfor
> things, received gifts for his church, and gave officers necessary
> the edification of his church, and perfecting of his saints."gifts,
> Following this statement is a description of such government,
> and officers necessary for the edification of His Church and forthe
> perfecting of the saints. It can be read here:yourself
> A defense of divine right presbyterianism is found here:
> Thanks again, for your participation in this group!
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