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revised What kind of baptism is essential to salvation, and what does 'essential' mean in this context?
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Jan
29
revised What kind of baptism is essential to salvation, and what does 'essential' mean in this context?
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Jan
29
revised What kind of baptism is essential to salvation, and what does 'essential' mean in this context?
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Jan
29
comment What kind of baptism is essential to salvation, and what does 'essential' mean in this context?
What do you mean by "prior to Vatican II"? Did Vatican II change things?
Jan
27
comment What kind of baptism is essential to salvation, and what does 'essential' mean in this context?
Interesting, thank you. I especially appreciate the references. Are the thief on the cross and the Old Testament saints (eg Elijah) exceptions? (so, for example, does the rule only apply after the great commission?)
Jan
26
asked What kind of baptism is essential to salvation, and what does 'essential' mean in this context?
Jan
18
awarded  Necromancer
Jan
7
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Jan
6
revised In the following Scriptures joy fills Heaven when a sinner repents, conversely is there great sorrow when an unsaved rejects salvation?
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Jan
6
revised In the following Scriptures joy fills Heaven when a sinner repents, conversely is there great sorrow when an unsaved rejects salvation?
tried to re-include my explanatory inttoduction without [unintended snark](http://chat.stackexchange.com/transcript/message/13016855#13016855)!
Jan
5
comment In the following Scriptures joy fills Heaven when a sinner repents, conversely is there great sorrow when an unsaved rejects salvation?
And ...it is pleasing in the sight of God our Savior, who desires all people to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth et al ;)
Jan
5
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Jan
5
revised In the following Scriptures joy fills Heaven when a sinner repents, conversely is there great sorrow when an unsaved rejects salvation?
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Jan
5
comment In the following Scriptures joy fills Heaven when a sinner repents, conversely is there great sorrow when an unsaved rejects salvation?
see also Zephaniah 3:17
Jan
5
revised In the following Scriptures joy fills Heaven when a sinner repents, conversely is there great sorrow when an unsaved rejects salvation?
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Jan
5
answered In the following Scriptures joy fills Heaven when a sinner repents, conversely is there great sorrow when an unsaved rejects salvation?
Jan
5
answered How does Calvinism explain how an omniscient, omnipotent, and omnibenevolent creator could NOT have a plan for universal salvation?
Jan
1
comment How can the Son not know what the Father knows?
@Jon it could be more a facet of the natures of the Son in the hypostatic union than of the relationship between the persons of the trinity. For example, in the sense of his divine nature, Jesus is everywhere omnipresent, even during the period of his incarnation, but in the sense of his physical body, he apparently chose to be present in only one place at a time. Similarly it may be possible that though in his divine person Jesus is always omniscient, his human nature had in some sense limited access to that knowledge.
Jan
1
revised Biblical basis for the doctrine of the Trinity
realised conclusion was a bit cheesy
Dec
30
revised Biblical basis for the doctrine of the Trinity
added 'answer' to my alternative question because Caleb provoked me