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Started by Brother Dad, May 15, 2008, 12:00:19 pm
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QuoteApostolic Truth Questions
Quotesaid i would post if i had a concern. i am real concerned about that last post and------
Quotewhere are the apostolics
Quote from: yosemite on May 17, 2008, 04:33:58 amwhere are the apostolics???
Quote from: yosemite on May 17, 2008, 06:28:38 amyall can go for vanity if you want. lean on your own understanding. the more i think on it, brother dad your right. there are so many here relying on vain bableings and false doctrines, it is useless to post here. seems as though they follow like an uncurable plague of sorts. *sighs*
Quoteyall can go for vanity if you want. lean on your own understanding. the more i think on it, brother dad your right. there are so many here relying on vain bableings and false doctrines, it is useless to post here. seems as though they follow like an uncurable plague of sorts. *sighs*
Quote from: yosemite on May 17, 2008, 06:37:04 amsimply put and will comply from now on with *ignores*but i see you failed to comment on this:oh one more thing, truth is not relative and does not change with the times or from person to person. the old path is always just that,the old path. it is the straight and narrow,and few be that find it. relative truth is a broad path paved with good intentions,many will be that travel this deceiving highway.-yo
QuoteSo truth is only relative and true only to the person who holds that particular view? Huh
Quote from: Q-tip on May 17, 2008, 06:22:08 amIt can be deduced in scripture that God created angels sometime between the first and fourth day of creation.
QuoteBetween creation and the temptation of Eve Satan had already "fallen".
QuoteIn stead he created the possibility to attain free will by allowing Satan to represent that which was against his will and tempt Eve to Sin. Thus creating the sinful nature of man simply because we were then able to choose Gods will or that which was not Gods will.
QuoteEven after falling from heaven he was still presenting himself to God. Also notice the interaction between them. It was very professional ( so to speak ) and Satan sought certain permissions from God. He did nothing without Gods permission.
QuoteDo you think Satan attained the ability to "fall" on his own, or do you believe that God knew very well what he was doing when he created him.
QuoteIf Satan did not represent that what is against Gods will, how could we have attained the temptation to do anything else.
Quote from: Q-tip on May 17, 2008, 06:33:27 amI believe that God changed his interaction with man from the OT to the NT. While in the OT he was more personally involved and often repented, in the NT we no longer see that direct involvement.
QuoteCan sin exist in Gods presence? Can man exist in the glory of Gods presence?
QuoteFor free will to exist, God had to remove himself from the world. Giving Satan power on earth to tempt us to stray from Gods will.
QuoteInstead he dealt with us via ... Jesus ( yes he is god but no time to go there now) and now through the Holy Ghost.
QuoteInstead of being everywhere he is in us by means of the HG. By dwelling in us we attain something that the world does not have in and of itself.
QuoteAre there any scriptures in the NT that really say otherwise? Why is it said that he is omnipresent.
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