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  • Brainiac
    Hi Barry, I guess we have to remember that it don t really matter where you, I, the pope, or uncle Tom Cobbly and all, agree with any of the reformers or
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 2, 2004
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      Hi Barry,
       
      I guess  we have to remember that it don't really matter where you, I, the pope,  or uncle Tom Cobbly and all,  agree with any of the reformers or disagree.  Its being aware  of where the Word of God is in line with what they taught and believed.
       
      No one,  Luther or anyone else,  would have all there theological ducks lined in a row..     that's why the aforementioned should be kept in  mind.
       
      ~Deejay
       
       
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      Sent: Saturday, October 02, 2004 10:56 PM
      Subject: Re: [Covenanted Reformation] Re: Of the Papacy and their merry men (Spurgeon)
          When I used to believe that every word proceeded from Luther's mouth was inspired by the Holy Ghost, I loved his ferocious language.
       
             I was a much younger man and I was captivated by his language - and I was a bit of a "rager" myself.
       
             Did you read my entire post?
       
       
              So if you don't believe in the real presence of Christ in the eucharist, if you don't believe in infant baptism, if you don't believe in the free use of hymns in the church, if you don't believe in the rich mercy and lavish generosity of God poured out on undeserving sinners through Christ, then you are on the wrong side of Luther, and I am with him on all these points.
       
                  
       

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    • Barry Ferguson
      Hi Deejay: That s why we all need humility with regard to our own infallibiilty, with regard to people who disagree with us, and with regard to the
      Message 2 of 2 , Oct 5, 2004
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        Hi Deejay:
         
               That's why we all need humility with regard to our own infallibiilty, with regard to people who disagree with us, and with regard to the inflammatory names we call them.
        Many who we regard as anti-Christs might be our brothers and sisters - in Christ.
         
                Best wishes.
         
         
                Barry

        Brainiac <brainiac@...> wrote:
        Hi Barry,
         
        I guess  we have to remember that it don't really matter where you, I, the pope,  or uncle Tom Cobbly and all,  agree with any of the reformers or disagree.  Its being aware  of where the Word of God is in line with what they taught and believed.
         
        No one,  Luther or anyone else,  would have all there theological ducks lined in a row..     that's why the aforementioned should be kept in  mind.
         
        ~Deejay
         
         
        ----- Original Message -----
        Sent: Saturday, October 02, 2004 10:56 PM
        Subject: Re: [Covenanted Reformation] Re: Of the Papacy and their merry men (Spurgeon)
            When I used to believe that every word proceeded from Luther's mouth was inspired by the Holy Ghost, I loved his ferocious language.
         
               I was a much younger man and I was captivated by his language - and I was a bit of a "rager" myself.
         
               Did you read my entire post?
         
         
                So if you don't believe in the real presence of Christ in the eucharist, if you don't believe in infant baptism, if you don't believe in the free use of hymns in the church, if you don't believe in the rich mercy and lavish generosity of God poured out on undeserving sinners through Christ, then you are on the wrong side of Luther, and I am with him on all these points.
         
                    
         



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