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10/4/10 1:56 PM
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Grakman
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 Pentecostal,  a heretical Protestant, a Jew and an atheist walk into a forum to discuss theology.... lol the only thing we need is a Mormon, and we'll be all set!
 
10/4/10 4:08 PM
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Monotheist are not welcome, i assume?
10/4/10 4:12 PM
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Robert Wynne - Monotheist are not welcome, i assume?

 All are welcome Robert, it was a joke on my part because of the debates going on in a couple of threads between me, Ridge, and the rev, with some rooster and Lahi thrown in.
10/4/10 4:14 PM
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 :) Have a blessed day!
10/4/10 5:15 PM
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 No monotheists allowed.  Only polytheist Trinitarians.
10/4/10 5:45 PM
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Robert Wynne - Monotheist are not welcome, i assume?

 Speaking of which aren't Jews monotheists? I included them in the opening line. ;)
10/8/10 3:03 AM
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I am a Charismatic Trinitarian Pentecostal, Arian (non-predestination) with an attraction towards church history and the traditional Christian faiths MINUS the ability to be "born" into them and not seeing an outward change (Born-Again) in many of their practitioners.

I guess I am in the middle of something, lol.
10/8/10 4:14 AM
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Juijitsuboxer - I am a Charismatic Trinitarian Pentecostal, Arian (non-predestination) with an attraction towards church history and the traditional Christian faiths MINUS the ability to be "born" into them and not seeing an outward change (Born-Again) in many of their practitioners.

I guess I am in the middle of something, lol.

 Do you mean Arminian?  Arian means you deny that Jesus is God.

People are "born" into every Christian tradition on the planet without necessarily experiencing any change since they don't choose to keep running the race themselves when they come of age.  Lots of born agains drift away from the faith as well.  Nominalism is present in every tradition. 
10/8/10 6:09 AM
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LOL!!! Yes, of course Arminian!!! Sorry, it was late....
10/8/10 9:48 AM
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So the modalist says to the anarchist...j/k :-)
10/11/10 10:48 AM
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the rooster - So the modalist says to the anarchist...j/k :-)

LOL!

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