Started by davemcclean, March 09, 2012, 03:57:35 am
Quote from: jiminpa on March 09, 2012, 11:22:26 amJust checked that site. It is highly biased against anything of the Holy Spirit. It is a reformation theology site.You can be sure that they believe only three things: God stopped giving further revelation and guidance after the book of Revelation was written. The founders of the reformation are as authoritative as scripture because of what God revealed to them after the book of Revelation was written. Scripture must always support the reformation at all costs.Their discussion of any portion of WOF is as out of context as they claim WOF doctrine is. In fact, reformed theology people do it much worse. I'm sorry, but I've had much too much opportunity to observe their tactics, and they are not honest. Having said that, I can wholeheartedly point out that there are reformationists who don't realize that they are quoting liars, and believe that they are contending for the truth. But believe me, the sources of their information are straight up liars, who know what they are doing. And remember, I am not WOF. I just can't stand by and let the lies against WOF pass unchallenged. I have started discussion of the legitimately questionable segments of WOF doctrine. I only say that to illuminate the unreliability of your resource. It would be like trying to have an honest discussion moderated by the infamous members (we know who they are) of the SF forum at CF, (not going to happen). Reformationists hate WOF just as much and will say or do anything to discredit anyone their leaders even label WOF. Now on topic. While I agree that that verse can't be some sort of "write your own ticket with God," when I look at those verses I see verses 19 and 20 to be a single thought about the power of unity.
Quote from: davemcclean on March 09, 2012, 11:35:15 amThe site may well be anti WOF. But that doesn't change the fact that ONE verse has been pulled out of context to justify an entire doctrine. If you can show me that the verse in question on agreement is being taken IN CONTEXT and is backed up by other scripture (the principle of scripture interpreting scripture) then please do so.
Quote from: JTM³ on March 10, 2012, 12:28:08 amannnnnnnnnd ignored.
Quote from: DianeL on March 10, 2012, 06:48:37 amI guess it's part of the journey we are on, that God is good all the time, so we must be missing something, not necessarily that we come up short, but a good reason to press into God and ask Him to reveal the mystery.
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