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  • What you call "ecclesiastical establishmentarianism" is what the Westminster Standards implicitly (and rightly) call for. - Parnell McCarter
    Parnell McCarter Jul 4, 2006
  • The damage done by Judaists is not as obvious as that done by Muslims, but it is very real. Here in the USA, for example, Judaists have been a major part of such groups as the ACLU, which fought for abortion "rights", pro-evolutionary teaching in public schools, etc. ( You know, it was Cromwell who first let Judaists immigrate into Britain, against the opposition of most...
    Parnell McCarter Jul 4, 2006
  • The book referenced is by a Baptist. It was the Baptist anti-Establishment Principle position which was responsible in no small measure for getting us in our current mess with immigration. Baptists have long argued that the State should not enforce the first table of the Ten Commandments on the basis of their doctrine of "soul liberty". This false doctrine opens the door for all...
    Parnell McCarter Jul 1, 2006
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  • The mainstream reformed position was that the wearing of jewelry, including and especially wedding rings, was to be prohibited: http://www.puritans.net/news/attire040604.htm - Parnell McCarter Quoting truepresbyterian : > Dear Edgar, etc., > > I'm not sure why it was suggested (in the book you mentioned) that the > Presbyterians were less strict about the wedding ring than the...
    jparnellm@usxchange.net Jun 13, 2006
  • > Parnell, your site says one of the two beasts is held to be the AntiChrist by Historicists > Rev.13. Which do you believe is the AntiChrist? > presby.dobee > http://www.puritans.net/letmypeoplego.html: "... 1. The book of Revelation traces the Christian church's history as paralleling that of ancient Israel's history, with an escape from bondage in an "Egypt", a wilderness...
    Parnell McCarter Apr 26, 2006
  • Quoting "presby.dobee" : > Parnell, so you are a Praeterist, then? Wrong conclusion by a long shot. >Who do you > believe is the Dragon, and the other creature (Beast) of Rev. 13? the Beast of 7 Hills = the Papacy > > > ...Rev 17 says that the Beast of 7 Hills (accompanying the "10 > Nations") destroys the mysterious Babylon, does it not? I believe the Papacy and his allied nations...
    jparnellm@usxchange.net Apr 24, 2006
  • >Flee mystery Bablyon friends, for the Lord's wrath is upon the Church of Rome and the Popes!! Edgar, Rev 17 says that the Beast of 7 Hills (accompanying the "10 Nations") destroys the mysterious Babylon, does it not? - Parnell McCarter www.puritans.net
    Parnell McCarter Apr 20, 2006
  • Quoting "Edgar A. Ibarra Jr." : > Of course I can > argue that it was religious since the American doctrine of Manifest > Destiny was driving them to purge the dark-skinned savage from the > path of the pure white man. But was it Biblical? No. National sovereignty rights should be respected, whether of an Indian or a white man. Please see http://www.puritans.net/news/nations041306...
    jparnellm@usxchange.net Apr 18, 2006
  • > I suppose I ought to confess, I have not read a great deal about > economics. For those who would be interested, the Puritans' Home School Curriculum (www.puritans.net ) does have free course material for economics. The objective was to make a course consistent with the doctrines of the Westminster Stds. (BTW- While Dr. Gary North may have a number of useful insights, he is not a...
    Parnell McCarter Apr 17, 2006
  • Quoting Whit : > Could you clarify your responses? Thanks. > > > Whit > Whit, to the extent the article defends the SLC, I think it is a good article. But to the extent its theme is not merely the SLC, but rather the SLC as it justifies the separation of the Refd Pres Church of Ireland from the Rev Settlement CofS and its successors, I find it flawed. My previous post has laid out...
    jparnellm@usxchange.net Mar 10, 2006