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  • Impe always was a nut, but I wouldn't be surprised if we see more of this. It would not be wise to write off the "pentecostals". Their defection would indeed signal a great apostasy. The Pentecostal/Charismatic movement, *if* it's not already larger than the "evangelical" crowd in the U. S. (and I'm not sure about that) is out-growing them by leaps and bounds. Worldwide it's got to...
    Dan Fraas May 5, 2005
  • Anyone know where I can find electronic files either online or otherwise of Luther's sermons? I prefer German. Riley
    Dan Fraas Mar 9, 2005
  • --- In covenantedreformationclub@^$1, "Edgar A. Ibarra Jr." wrote: > > Glenn & Larry, > > Nothing against Riley personally, but his response is typical in > the PCA & OPC. We will respect your position as long as you don't > try to impose yours, the latter is implied by the former part of the > phrase. I saw this first hand and it was a bitter sight. > > Either we believe a...
    Dan Fraas Feb 22, 2005
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  • --- In covenantedreformationclub@^$1, "Larry Bump" wrote: > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Martin" > > > > > I don't know. Is the terms of communion seriously the most important > thing > > > about a denomination? > > > The lack of exclusive psalmody would keep me from joining with her at > any > > > rate. > > > > Is exclusive psalmody for you a term of communion then...
    Dan Fraas Feb 22, 2005
  • --- In covenantedreformationclub@^$1, "Whit" wrote: > > In the process of switching churches to a more Reformed church, I've > considered all professedly RP churches (except the backslidden PCUSA > which I rejected outright) and narrowed them down to two: the RPNA > and the RPCNA, both of which I am currently trying. What are the > differences between the two? > > Whit Whit, Might...
    Dan Fraas Feb 22, 2005
  • ...songs and/or dancing was lascivious. Riley > > - Parnell McCarter > > > > -----Original Message----- > From: Dan Fraas [mailto:fraasrd@^$2..] > Sent: Thursday, February 17, 2005 12:37 PM > To: covenantedreformationclub@^$3 > Subject: Re: [Covenanted Reformation...
    Dan Fraas Feb 18, 2005
  • --- In covenantedreformationclub@^$1, sixredheads@^$2.. wrote: > > > Trying to keep Sabbath in my home has proved very difficult. My wife, > children and I are good until early afternoon. I admit that its got > something to do with the way we go about it. But afternoons become a > rather restless event. Do any of you have practical advice or examples > that might prove beneficial...
    Dan Fraas Feb 17, 2005
  • > Jesus is Lord of the Sabbath, Exactly, Robbie. You asked who changed the Sabbath to Sunday. I think you've answered your own question. Examine the Scriptural evidence. Your brother in Christ, Riley
    Dan Fraas Feb 17, 2005
  • Robbie, The Reformers DID go back to the "Old Paths." That was the point. Have you ever read the Reformers? Riley --- In covenantedreformationclub@^$1, Robbie Stark wrote: > > > Not understanding, so going back to the "Old Paths"... Imagine that sentiment during the Reformation? BUT, I do understand your point, NO ONE leaves their "Comfort Zone" until they are quite convinced to...
    Dan Fraas Feb 17, 2005
  • > The scene was one of wild and lewd dancing and music, intoxication, late in the > night. Well certainly I wouldn't be surprised if some of this was going on, but I don't think we can assume that all those who died were dancing lewdly or getting intoxicated. The article-snippet you posted just said they were listening to a band play. I haven't read any of the band lyrics to tell...
    Dan Fraas Feb 17, 2005