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This response addresses the question from a Reformed perspective, informed by concepts such as monergistic regeneration and sola gratia. The Westminster Assembly, in the Confession (quoted below), taught that the elect were chosen by God "before the foundations of the earth." Regarding your question as to God's choice of the elect & the sins of the ...


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It is clear how Christ feels about children in Matthew 18:2-4, He called a little child to him, and placed the child among them. 3 And he said: “Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven. 4 Therefore, whoever takes the lowly position of this child is the greatest in the kingdom ...


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My Background That... entirely depends. I am a former Protestant and have spent several years helping in Catholic youth ministry. My wife is a former DRE and now acts as a consultant DRE/retreat coordinator for a couple of parishes. We often talk about how those parishes run their ministry and how it might be improved. What I did as a Protestant One ...


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Of course we are speculating about things not fully revealed in scripture, so we must start be saying we are looking for an opinion on the subject. Here is my opinion which assumes God’s elections stands before the creation of the world: Since God chose all the elect (parents and children) before the foundations of the world, a parent’s behavior has no ...


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I do not believe this is only about Protestantism but it is about Christianity in general and even other religions also. Every normal person in this world, regardless of which religion we follow, we all have inherent wisdom to lead our children to the right path which we believe to be true. A Muslim would train his child in the paths of Islam because he ...



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