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Dec
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accepted Do reformed theologists call “God the Father” Jehovah
Dec
13
asked Do reformed theologists call “God the Father” Jehovah
Dec
10
accepted According to reformed theology, how does the fall glorify God?
Dec
10
accepted According to reformed theology, why are certain important doctrines not “obvious”? [i.e. why does the Westminister Confession even exist?]
Dec
10
accepted According to reformed theology, is there any valid reason to desire to be saved besides it glorifies God?
Dec
10
revised Is the following rationale for sharing the gospel consistent with reformed theology?
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Dec
10
accepted Is the following rationale for sharing the gospel consistent with reformed theology?
Nov
9
asked How do non-reformed theologists argue against “God alone matters”?
Oct
23
comment “God desires all men to be saved” from a Calvinist perspective?
Does the (...) mean that Calvin + John Owen = Luther + Mike? :-)
Sep
28
asked Is the following rationale for sharing the gospel consistent with reformed theology?
Sep
28
accepted Overview on the Theology of Forgiveness vs Reconcillation
Sep
23
asked Torment of Unbelievers vs those who take the Mark of the Beast
Sep
23
comment How do Jehovah's Witnesses define “active” membership?
Does "service" here mean walk around knocking on people's doors?
Sep
23
comment How do the proponents of the idea that salvation once received cannot be lost explain Hebrews 6:4-6 and 10:26-29?
on an related note (reminded by your post), I've only recently realized how useful Judas is. For example, suppose one asks: does having correct theology imply salvation? No, for Judas learned theology from Christ, yet fell away. Does being in the right church imply salvation? No, Judas hung out with the 11 true disciples, yet fell away. Does an angelic visit imply salvation? No, Judas hung out with God for 3 years het fell away.
Sep
23
comment How do the proponents of the idea that salvation once received cannot be lost explain Hebrews 6:4-6 and 10:26-29?
I did not (+1) since I'm not registered. But this is amazing (and makes browsing Christianity.SE when I don't have questions worth it). The amazing insight, IMHO, is the "think Judas" line. This does not contradict pre-destination since Judas was predestined to fall; yet Judas saw the miracles of Christ, listened to the teachings of Christ, then rejected Christ. This explanation is just amazing.
Sep
22
comment Did Martin Luther publish any doctrinal material of managing one's own physical death?
It'd be fascinating to understand how the martyrs viewed death. I can't help but wonder how real Heaven must be to those who declare "Christ is Lord" despite being threatened with crucifixion / burning at the stake / being lion food.
Sep
21
awarded  Custodian
Sep
21
accepted Why do most translations say “Servant of Christ” rather than “Slave of Christ”?
Sep
21
comment Why do most translations say “Servant of Christ” rather than “Slave of Christ”?
@zefciu: Thanks! Clearly, I've unfortunately never studied any non-English version of the Bible yet.
Sep
21
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why do most translations say “Servant of Christ” rather than “Slave of Christ”?