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Thanks for the great question. This is an answer from what I know. Reformed theology would hold to the definition of a church showing 3 marks: the Word rightly upheld, preached and read the sacraments (Lord's supper, baptism) rightly administered Discipline and care rightly handled There are a few issues with the place you are attending as it would, by ...


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Historically there are two options: There is only one Logos, both Christ and Scripture are one in nature. But this lead to a problematic question, How Christians explain their belief that Christ is worshiped and Scripture is not while both are identical in nature as God's singular Word? Matt Gutting in a chat room discussion refer to Catechism of Catholic ...


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I want the answers to focus on the day-to-day living/quality of life/level of perfection in heaven. That's next to impossible, as there aren't any detailed (canon) claims of day-to-day activity, quality of life, etc. that could help us out here. "What is heaven like?" is one of the great mysteries. It probably has a similar answer to "What is being ...


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Robert Haas really nailed it. Much of the reported theological differences concern language and not reality. Catholics do believe that the Pope may speak infallibility under certain and very specific conditions. Although even here when we start to get into the theological specifics the conflict with Orthodox theology is arguably still only a question of ...


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When we consider the scriptures wholistically, the answer should be an emphatic yes. Sin is transgression against the Law as David (Stratton) has said. The Law however, is not merely an impersonal and objective standard that we measure ourselves against, it is God's Law. Sin, in other words, is a transgression against God's perfect will - a rebellion ...



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