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Feb
26
comment Baptising someone without consent
@DJClayworth Also, in response to your first point, what quote? I gave several, be specific. Also, your fourth point is logically fallacious. Being in the minority does not logically mean that the view is wrong.
Feb
26
comment Baptising someone without consent
@DJClayworth All that I see is criticism of my answer, but those who criticize don't seem to have an answer any case. So why don't you state what the answer should be instead of just stating what it should not be?
Feb
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awarded  Informed
Feb
23
asked God's divine decree in Scripture
Feb
22
answered Baptising someone without consent
Feb
17
awarded  Scholar
Feb
17
accepted Must one believe that there is only one True and Living God to be saved?
Feb
17
awarded  Supporter
Feb
17
comment Must one believe that there is only one True and Living God to be saved?
But I would ask how you would respond to the following: 1 Cor 8: 1 - 13. Focussing on verses 4 - 7. Paul says that there is only one True God (verses 4 - 6). But in verse 7 he says: "However not all men have this knowledge;" (NASB). It seems as though Paul is saying that not all men have the knowledge that there is only one true and living God, and that these persons, if you look at verses 8 - 13, are in fact brothers in Christ. So, it would seem to indicate that new converts could perhaps not understand this truth.
Feb
17
comment Must one believe that there is only one True and Living God to be saved?
Yes, you make good points. Also, I was just thinking about Acts 20:21 and Hebrews 6:1. These two passages would seem to indicate that Paul's foundation teaching was repentance toward God and faith in Christ. But if Paul taught faith in Christ and repentance toward God, he must have explained who that God is. So, a person, even a new convert should know who this God is to which they must repent.
Feb
17
awarded  Student
Feb
17
comment Must one believe that there is only one True and Living God to be saved?
@Mawia No I do not mean to ask about the Trinity. I am wondering if I person could believe that there is not only one God, but still be saved. I don't think that question is unclear.
Feb
17
asked Must one believe that there is only one True and Living God to be saved?
Feb
15
awarded  Teacher