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  • I've begun to read: Knowing the Heart: Jonathan Edwards on True and False Conversion, Edited by William C. Nichols and published by International Outreach of Ames, Iowa. This book includes many sermons that existed only in manuscript form before they were retrieved from Yale archives and put into print. The first two sermons are called: "The Heart of Man is Exceeding Deceitful" and...
    Greg Griffith Jul 31, 2007
  • Does not Jesus Christ endorse lending with interest to banks (explictly) and lending by banks (implicitly) in these texts from the parable of the talents? "Thou oughtest therefore to have put my money to the exchangers, and then at my coming I should have received mine own with usury" . (Mat 25:27) "Wherefore then gavest not thou my money into the bank, that at my coming I might...
    Greg Griffith Apr 11, 2006
  • from the cited BBC article: "it aims to build on latest developments in brain implant technology which has already seen scientists controlling the movements of fish, rats and monkeys." Electronic control of animals would be an agressive and invasive form of taming but it would be further fulfillment of James 3 :7 - "For every kind of beasts, and of birds, and of serpents, and of...
    Greg Griffith Mar 3, 2006
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  • > 1. How many different "Covenanter" groups are there (i.e. groups which hold to the binding obligation of the Solemn League and Covenant)? OK, Sean. I think you're asking about what's the difference among the people behind: -covenanter.org -truecoveanter.com -reformedpresbytery.org -Any other covenanter groups holding to the binding obligation of the SL&C If it can be made public...
    nodelink7 Jan 7, 2006
  • --- In covenantedreformationclub@^$1, Don Nelson wrote: > > I'm new here, so I read the December messages to get a > sense of what's been happening in the discussion. It > seems to me that the purpose of not celbrating > Christmas is to honor God, Who has not prescribed such > special days. A lot of time, energy, negative emotions > and attention are clearly being expended on...
    nodelink7 Dec 28, 2005
  • Imperfect thought the Separatist and Anglican settlers at Plymouth may have been, it's remarkable that they remain in remembrance each year when the USA observes its Thanksgiving Day. There were native Americans here earlier and earlier European settlements including St. Augustine (Florida) and Jamestown (Virginia) but it is the early settlers at Plymouth who are kept most in...
    nodelink7 Nov 25, 2005
  • > > If reform is to come to our land, I suspect that it will be bottom up > > through the Gospel transformation of the population. > > A basic bottom up societal reform. > > And that, by the way, is the vision of any good reformer. To jam a people > into a covenant that they are not ready for, is to cultivate rebellion and > disdain for the entire covenant concept. > > Larry Larry...
    nodelink7 Nov 13, 2005
  • --- In covenantedreformationclub@^$1, "Larry Bump" wrote: > > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "nodelink7" > > > > The RPCNA has claimed to follow the Regulative Principle of Worship > > and only do what God commands. However, the RPCNA's Directory For The > > Worship of God (not a Westminster standard) says concerning "Reading > > the Scripture": "It may be helpful for the...
    nodelink7 Nov 9, 2005
  • --- In covenantedreformationclub@^$1, trygvesson@^$2.. wrote: > > > In a message dated 11/7/2005 8:30:04 PM Eastern Standard Time, > raging.calvinist@^$3.. writes: > "It could also be that no one feels the need to, or wants to, answer you. > I'm not saying this is the case, but really... it could be. > > gmw." > > > > > > You could be right, but if such is the case, I rather...
    nodelink7 Nov 8, 2005
  • Greg Barrow and Dr. Larry Birger, Jr. have provided a great service to the RPCNA by outlining a history of the RPCNA's Terms of Communion. This history is provided in their paper: Reformation Principles Re-Exhibited: An Historical Witness & Brotherly Entreaty - Summary and Analysis of Changes within Terms of Communion of the Reformed Presbyterian Churches of Scotland and America...
    nodelink7 Nov 7, 2005