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I am a Biblical Christian, and I study Theology, Apologetics, and Doctrine in my spare time. Also, I have a loving wife, two children, a cat, and a dog. It's a full house over here indeed!

I do often use odd capitalization of pronouns, it's a long time old habit that's stuck whenever speaking on Faith issues, so try to overlook it if you can.

Thanks all, I hope to be able to contribute wherever, and whenever possible.

[To be more specific I am a proponent of Reformed Theology, but I do differ in some ways from many in the Reformed camp. For instance, I am a non-cessationist, meaning I do believe spiritual gifts continue until Christ's return (Although I am exceedingly specific concerning what I mean by that.). Although there are many non-cessationists who are also Reformed, it is common for Reformers to hold to a cessation view. Luckily that is a non-essential Doctrinal issue, so I find much Unity with Christians of all types. Unity in Christ is a major blessing indeed! ]

  • Jeremy >^.^<

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comment Why is rejection of the Trinity heresy, and not just wrong?
Ah, I understand now - thanks for being patient with me on this. This does make more sense now I do think :)
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revised Why is rejection of the Trinity heresy, and not just wrong?
Edited some text to attempt to correct my initial confusion in response at the end of my answer. May need further editing, but I'm more satisfied with it now ;p
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comment Why is rejection of the Trinity heresy, and not just wrong?
Yes, and that is why most protestants consider this a heretical stance, and therefore outside the camp of orthodoxy...
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comment Why is rejection of the Trinity heresy, and not just wrong?
-> Also, in the original question it is made clear the asker is of Protestant mind set, and the asker goes on to make a false statement to demonstrate how a Catholic 'could' deny such a Doctrine by appealing to 'the Church'. I was merely pointing out that this is not a good example being that Catholics do affirm this Doctrine. Also, it is an objectively true statement to mention that Catholicism is rife with apostasy AS SEEN from the Biblical Christian perspective. The person asking claims this is his perspective, therefore it needed to be addressed in my opinion. This is not Catholic bashing.
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comment Why is rejection of the Trinity heresy, and not just wrong?
-> I understand you weren't specifically talking about someone who lacks understanding of the Trinity, but when it comes to the question of Heresy - the distinction needs to be made for general clarification that ongoing denial of such a Truth is fundamentally different than a misunderstanding.
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