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    Re: "What books are you reading"?

    Agreed Paco - I first found out about him while watching the History Channel. I thought "this man is as liberal as the day is long." I think

    GaryM Today, 06:17 PM Go to last post

    Re: The Significance of Water Baptism

    I can see how someone would say that, what principle they would be safeguarding. But I'm deeply uncomfortable with it, and I would avoid the use of propitiation

    Paidiske Today, 04:48 PM Go to last post

    Re: Titus 3:1-2

    we are not to be lone ranger Christians, need to be tied into a local assembly of saints, and also need to mirror jesus atititude, as He was in the very

    Yahweh1 Today, 12:39 PM Go to last post
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    Re: The Significance of Water Baptism

    I would agree to that. I think all reconciled passages refer us being reconciled to God and not God to us. Though I might be wrong there. I don't think

    tony e2 Today, 09:36 AM Go to last post

    Re: The Significance of Water Baptism

    differences are obviously in play here

    as for me, I would NEVER use "expiation"/"propitiation" when witnessing -- this

    Paco Today, 07:57 AM Go to last post