14224[Covenanted Reformation] Re: Calvin Haters
- Dec 13, 2005--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Keith Dotzler
>leaning Baptist) and a few of the others although they may not hold
> White writes: "I am one who respects Dr. White (indeed a Reformed-
to the historicist view of eschatology."
>having participated in so many debates with the Beast's minions for
> One must wonder how it is that one in "Dr." White's shoes -
so many years- is neither able to correctly identify them, nor their
head, the man of sin and Antichrist in his midst?
>revealed to, and identified by, the Church for over a millennium.
> To know Christ is to know Antichrist, Whit. He has been
Those who, in this day and age, claim to be Reformed and part of the
true Body of Christ, yet deny the man of sin to be in their midst,
have rejected the testimony of the Church through the ages...deeming
themselves wiser than the Protestant Reformers, the Puritans, and a
host of others.
>enter into the Church unawares by craftiness and seduction. Though
> We are not to show respect for wolves in sheep's clothing, who
White could set the world on fire with his debating skills on the
Doctrines of Grace, his inability (or refusal) to correctly identify
the whore, and the Beast she rides, despite the fact that he
interacts with them as much as he does, nullifies all......for God
wills that the enemy of Christ and His elect Church be recognized by
them! Scripture outlines the birth, growth, deeds, and demise of
the Beast for a specific reason: because it is the elect that do
battle with him; in fact, the Beast is said to *wear out* the
saints, due to the *duration* of the persecution, torture, and
extermination they were to face.
>Jesuit Bellarmine...a man lauded by the Romanists during the
> I have about as much respect for James White as I do for the
Reformation for his ability to "refute" the Protestant Reformers'
proclamations and teachings that the Pope was the Antichrist, his
Church Mystery Babylon.
>Reformers who refute one of Bellarmine's works, wherein he thinks he
> George Downame and Thomas Brightman are but two 17th century
has succesfully removed the Pope from prophecy, point by point.
>some here have done. Surely we don't want to associate a DOG with
> (BTW, I refuse to abbreviate the phrase "Doctrines of Grace," as
Biblical Doctrine, do we?)
>That give me food for thought.
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