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'Seduction of Christianity' Author Dave Hunt Dies
Charisma News ^ | 4/27/2013 | Eric Tiansay

Posted on 04/28/2013 3:31:24 PM PDT by Alex Murphy

Dave Hunt, an apologist, best-selling author, speaker and radio commentator, died April 5 with his wife, Ruth, at his side. He was 87.

Noted for his research on cults, the occult and New Age doctrines, which began creeping into the church during the 1980s, Hunt was renowned for his controversial 1985 best-seller, The Seduction of Christianity (Harvest House Publishers), which he co-authored with T.A. McMahon.

A prolific author of more than 40 books with at least 4 million copies sold, many translated into 50 languages, Hunt's other titles include Yoga and the Body of Christ; A Woman Rides the Beast; and Debating Calvinism: Five Points, Two Views. Hunt founded The Berean Call, an apologetics ministry, in 1992.

He also wrote two novels: The Mind Invaders (formerly The Archon Conspiracy) and Sanctuary of the Chosen. Additionally, Hunt wrote a children's book, The Money Tree, with his daughter Karen. His videos include Israel, Islam & Armageddon and A Woman Rides the Beast. Hunt also hosted two radio program, Search the Scriptures Daily and According to God's Word.

"Dave's bold yet loving approach to discern and then deliver the truth is evident in everything he did," The Berean Call website said. "His love for Jesus, for Israel and for people in general was obvious to all. His enthusiasm for the truth, along with his anger over the sin and wickedness that he knew was robbing people of what God wanted for them, flamed his desire to share the Lord with anyone with whom he had contact."

Hunt is survived by his wife of 63 years. A private burial service was held, and Hunt will remembered during the summer Bible conference of The Berean Call Aug. 23-24 in Bend, Ore.


TOPICS: Apologetics; Charismatic Christian; Evangelical Christian; Mainline Protestant
KEYWORDS: anticatholic; bigot; catholic; davehunt; hunt
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Dave Hunt, an apologist, best-selling author, speaker and radio commentator, died April 5 with [his wife of 63 years], Ruth, at his side. He was 87....

"Dave's bold yet loving approach to discern and then deliver the truth is evident in everything he did," The Berean Call website said. "His love for Jesus, for Israel and for people in general was obvious to all. His enthusiasm for the truth, along with his anger over the sin and wickedness that he knew was robbing people of what God wanted for them, flamed his desire to share the Lord with anyone with whom he had contact."

1 posted on 04/28/2013 3:31:24 PM PDT by Alex Murphy
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To: Alex Murphy

A Look at Dave Hunt, Leading Anti-Catholic Fundamentalist
http://www.catholicculture.org/culture/library/view.cfm?recnum=875


2 posted on 04/28/2013 3:39:53 PM PDT by Brian Kopp DPM
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To: Alex Murphy

A real loss there, his books are some of my favorites. Very to the point today.


3 posted on 04/28/2013 3:44:20 PM PDT by American in Israel (A wise man's heart directs him to the right, but the foolish mans heart directs him toward the left.)
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To: Alex Murphy

The headline should read “Dave Hunt, noted anti-Catholic bigot, dies”


4 posted on 04/28/2013 3:44:36 PM PDT by surroundedbyblue (Why am I both pro-life & pro-gun? Because both positions defend the innocent and protect the weak.)
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To: Dr. Brian Kopp

To consider him Anti-Catholic is to miss the forest looking at a tree. His books are hard hitting against the Present day Apostate Protestant church too.


5 posted on 04/28/2013 3:45:36 PM PDT by American in Israel (A wise man's heart directs him to the right, but the foolish mans heart directs him toward the left.)
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To: Dr. Brian Kopp

Hey, at least he wasn’t pro-Nazi.

http://www.fathercoughlin.org/index.html


6 posted on 04/28/2013 3:46:59 PM PDT by RegulatorCountry
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To: Dr. Brian Kopp
A Look at Dave Hunt, Leading Anti-Catholic Fundamentalist
Fundamentalist: A term created during the turn-of-the-20th-century Protestant church splits to define those who held to the “fundamentals” of Christianity—the inerrancy of the Bible, the virgin birth of Jesus and his literal resurrection from the dead. The term is now considered pejorative. (Wheaton College philosophy professor Alvin Plantinga famously observed, “The full meaning of the term...can be given by something like ‘stupid sumbitch whose theological opinions are considerably to the right of mine.’)
-- from the thread New Kids In The Flock

7 posted on 04/28/2013 3:50:33 PM PDT by Alex Murphy ("If you are not firm in faith, you will not be firm at all" - Isaiah 7:9)
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To: surroundedbyblue

May God have Mercy on his soul. At least now he knows the Truth about the Church Christ built.


8 posted on 04/28/2013 3:51:00 PM PDT by Brian Kopp DPM
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To: Dr. Brian Kopp

... as shall you when your time comes.


9 posted on 04/28/2013 3:56:58 PM PDT by RegulatorCountry
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To: RegulatorCountry

... as shall you when your time comes.

Steeeerike!


11 posted on 04/28/2013 4:03:31 PM PDT by logitech (It is time.)
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To: Alex Murphy

I’ve been called a fundamentalist Catholic and a Taliban Catholic. I know the meaning of the term, thanks.


12 posted on 04/28/2013 4:03:58 PM PDT by Brian Kopp DPM
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To: Dr. Brian Kopp

How about that famous or rather infamous Catholic radio personality, Father Coughlin? The one who broadcast that Jews would face a far worse fate in the US than they did in Germany? Is he in Heaven?

Is he even worthy of the condemnation you’ve heaped upon this recently deceased man?


13 posted on 04/28/2013 4:06:40 PM PDT by RegulatorCountry
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To: RegulatorCountry

I wasn’t aware this thread was about a deceased priest. Regardless I’m sure that priest laments his errors too if by the Grace and Mercy of God he attained eternal salvation.


14 posted on 04/28/2013 4:10:05 PM PDT by Brian Kopp DPM
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To: Dr. Brian Kopp

I see. He was no anti-anything bigot, though?

But the topic of the thread is.

Interesting.


15 posted on 04/28/2013 4:14:33 PM PDT by RegulatorCountry
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To: Dr. Brian Kopp

Oh great. Another 300+ post Catholic v. Protestant brick throwing contest, with only God’s glory being bloodied.


16 posted on 04/28/2013 4:17:43 PM PDT by bubbacluck (You don't drive out the darkness; you turn on the light.)
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To: RegulatorCountry

Maybe you could post a separate thread about the priest you’re concerned about and discuss his bigotry. Would that make you happy? Why is anti-Semitism more offensive to you than the anti-Catholicism of the subject of this thread?

Interesting.


17 posted on 04/28/2013 4:18:14 PM PDT by Brian Kopp DPM
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To: liege

How about if us Catholics post threads praising a priest like Fr. Coughlin? He was a notorious anti-Semite. Would that be better or worse than posting a thread praising the work of a notorious anti-Catholic?


18 posted on 04/28/2013 4:20:32 PM PDT by Brian Kopp DPM
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To: Dr. Brian Kopp

I found immediate partisan honking in condemnation of a man barely in his grave offensive and provided a counterpoint. Is that difficult to follow?

Maybe a new thread is appropriate. Thank you for the suggestion.


19 posted on 04/28/2013 4:21:31 PM PDT by RegulatorCountry
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To: RegulatorCountry

See post #18. Thanks.


20 posted on 04/28/2013 4:22:15 PM PDT by Brian Kopp DPM
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To: RegulatorCountry

If Fr. Cougin died last month and Catholics here posted multiple threads praising him, I’m sure the targets of his bigotry would remain silent too, right?

Maybe if Bishop Williamson passes away soon we’ll get to test that hypothesis.


21 posted on 04/28/2013 4:24:39 PM PDT by Brian Kopp DPM
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To: Dr. Brian Kopp

I suspect an honest assessment would find the late Mr. Hunt not even in the same league as Father Coughlin as far as bigotry real or imagined.


22 posted on 04/28/2013 4:26:54 PM PDT by RegulatorCountry
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To: RegulatorCountry

Immediate? I was silent on several prior threads about Hunt immediately after his passing. I even prayed his time in purgatory would be short. But I thought enough time had passed to simply post a link. And given the FReeper who originally posted this thread and their notorious anti-Catholic history here I thought this thread was the appropriate one for said link.


23 posted on 04/28/2013 4:28:55 PM PDT by Brian Kopp DPM
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To: RegulatorCountry

That is your opinion and in this FRee country you are certainly entitled to your opinion, no matter how implausible it might be.


24 posted on 04/28/2013 4:30:09 PM PDT by Brian Kopp DPM
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To: Dr. Brian Kopp

“he is going to dearly lament many of the things he said against the Church Christ founded and built.”


Which one was that? The one in Rome, Antioch or Alexandria? According to “Pope” Gregory the First, all three possessed the Throne of Peter, and therefore Rome has no continuous theology of the primacy of its Bishop.

“Whereas there were many apostles, yet for the principality itself, one only see of the apostles prevailed, in authority, which is of one, but in three places. For he elevated the see in which he condescended to rest, and to finish his present life. He decorated the see, to which he sent his disciple the evangelist, and he established the see, in which, although he intended to leave it, he sat for seven years. Since there fore the see is of one and is one, over which three bishops preside by divine authority, whatsoever good I hear of you, I ascribe to myself. And if you hear any good of me, number it among your merits, be- cause we are all one in him who says, that all should be one, as thou, O Father, art in me, and I in thee, that they may be one in us. — To Eulogius, Bishop of Alexandria Book VII, Epistle XL

Theodoret references the same belief when he places the “throne of Peter” under the Bishop of Antioch:

“Dioscorus, however, refuses to abide by these decisions; he is turning the See of the blessed Mark upside down; and these things he does though he perfectly well knows that the Antiochene (of Antioch) metropolis possesses the throne of the great Peter, who was teacher of the blessed Mark, and first and coryphæus (head of the choir) of the chorus of the apostles.” Theodoret - Letter LXXXVI - To Flavianus, Bishop of Constantinople.

I’ll have to conclude that anyone drawn by the Father to faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior is part of the true church established by Christ.


25 posted on 04/28/2013 4:30:50 PM PDT by Greetings_Puny_Humans
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To: Dr. Brian Kopp

The FR religion forum has quite honesty seemed beset with very verbose sedevacantists for going on a few years now, so I won’t be anticipating much in the way of condemnation of Williamson upon his passing. It took prodding to get any for Coughlin.


26 posted on 04/28/2013 4:30:54 PM PDT by RegulatorCountry
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To: RegulatorCountry

Why hijack the thread & make it about a dead priest?? As a post above points out, you seem not bothered at all about Hunt’s anti-Catholic vitrol. That says something.


27 posted on 04/28/2013 4:32:21 PM PDT by surroundedbyblue (Why am I both pro-life & pro-gun? Because both positions defend the innocent and protect the weak.)
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To: surroundedbyblue

Provide examples of “anti-Catholic vitriol” made by the late Mr. Hunt, please.


28 posted on 04/28/2013 4:36:02 PM PDT by RegulatorCountry
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To: Alex Murphy

Rest in peace Mr. Hunt.


29 posted on 04/28/2013 4:37:45 PM PDT by Liberty Valance (Keep a simple manner for a happy life :o)
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To: Dr. Brian Kopp

And please tell us, how one enters heaven? Please use scripture. Did he say anything untrue about Catholic church teachings? What specifically do you disagree with? He told truth because love propelled him. Many people have been led astray, one doesn’t gain entrance in the kingdom because of sacraments. By faith we are counted righteous, like Noah, Abraham and many others.


30 posted on 04/28/2013 4:42:00 PM PDT by ThisLittleLightofMine
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To: ThisLittleLightofMine
Did he say anything untrue about Catholic church teachings?

Not just Catholic teaching, but the Bible itself.

Did he deny Transubstantiation, or not? Did he deny the Primacy of Peter, or not. Did he erroneously equate "Word of God" with "Bible" or not.....

31 posted on 04/28/2013 4:51:34 PM PDT by papertyger (Blessed are the flexible for they shall not be broken....)
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To: Alex Murphy; RegulatorCountry
When the flak is heavy, you know you're over the target.

:D

Hoss

32 posted on 04/28/2013 4:55:34 PM PDT by HossB86 (Christ, and Him alone.)
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To: papertyger

So, theological differences are causing erstwhile conservative Catholics on FR to invoke the damning, Orwellian political language of diversity in claiming “anti-Cathilic bigotry?”


33 posted on 04/28/2013 4:56:37 PM PDT by RegulatorCountry
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To: Alex Murphy
"For this we say unto you by the word of the Lord, that we which are alive and remain unto the coming of the Lord shall not prevent them which are asleep...For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shour, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trump of God; and the dead in Christ shall rise first: Then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord. Wherefore comfort one another with these words." 1 Thess. 4:16-21.

Mr. Hunt awaits his glorified body. As all of us in the body of Christ do.

34 posted on 04/28/2013 4:58:28 PM PDT by smvoice (Better Buck up, Buttercup. The wailing and gnashing are for an eternity..)
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To: Alex Murphy
RIP Dave.

I remember him having some sort of 'to-do' with Robert Schuller over his book "seduction of christianity".

35 posted on 04/28/2013 5:02:40 PM PDT by mitch5501 ("make your calling and election sure: for if ye do these things ye shall never fall")
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To: surroundedbyblue

Lets see now. If Christians disagree with the claims of the Papacy, and refuse to subjugate themselves to the so called “throne of Peter,” reject rosary bead prayers to Mary, purgatory, indulgences, the celibacy of the ministry, and a thousand other unbiblical doctrines of the Papacy, they are anti-Catholic bigots? I see.

In Dave Hunt’s case, he did more than just disagree, of course, he exposed these kind of things. This makes him an especial bad boy in the eyes of Rome.

Speaking of seduction (Dave Hunt’s book, “The Seduction of Christianity”), brings to mind the religion forum here , we are constantly flooded with pro RCC threads. Only the weak minded, however, only those who don’t know their Bibles, get seduced by it.


36 posted on 04/28/2013 5:04:15 PM PDT by sasportas
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To: RegulatorCountry
So, theological differences are causing erstwhile conservative Catholics on FR to invoke the damning, Orwellian political language of diversity in claiming “anti-Cathilic bigotry?”

Excuse me?

You hoist Fr. C up like Emmanuel Goldstein, and expect charges of "Orwellianism" to be taken seriously?

Please....

37 posted on 04/28/2013 5:05:23 PM PDT by papertyger (Blessed are the flexible for they shall not be broken....)
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To: papertyger
I “hoisted him up” as counterpoint to a politically charged statement in a religious context, which was utterly in context regarding charges of actual bigotry rather than theological differences that someone wished to squelch. It appears Mr. Hunt was insufficiently diverse to suit your orthodoxy. If you encounter any legitimate sourced quotes of this man speaking in a bigoted manner regarding individual Catholics as people, let alone threatening extermination as the "hoisted" Father Cpughlin did over the radio, let me know and I'll reconsider. Until then it's just more partisan honking.
38 posted on 04/28/2013 5:15:03 PM PDT by RegulatorCountry
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To: sasportas
Lets see now. If Christians disagree with the claims of the Papacy, and refuse to subjugate themselves to the so called “throne of Peter,” reject rosary bead prayers to Mary, purgatory, indulgences, the celibacy of the ministry, and a thousand other unbiblical doctrines of the Papacy, they are anti-Catholic bigots? I see.

No, rejecting the organic nature of the Church Christ founded, and insisting on a self-styled, yet Islam-like adherence to ones own interpretation of Holy Writ is Anti-Catholic bigotry.

39 posted on 04/28/2013 5:17:16 PM PDT by papertyger (Blessed are the flexible for they shall not be broken....)
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“Did he deny Transubstantiation, or not? Did he deny the Primacy of Peter,”


“Pope” Gregory the First did. Is he an anti-Catholic bigot? Here is Gregory stating that the Bishops of Rope, Antioch and Alexandria possessed the Throne of Peter, and therefore Rome has no continuous theology of the primacy of its Bishop.

“Whereas there were many apostles, yet for the principality itself, one only see of the apostles prevailed, in authority, which is of one, but in three places. For he elevated the see in which he condescended to rest, and to finish his present life. He decorated the see, to which he sent his disciple the evangelist, and he established the see, in which, although he intended to leave it, he sat for seven years. Since there fore the see is of one and is one, over which three bishops preside by divine authority, whatsoever good I hear of you, I ascribe to myself. And if you hear any good of me, number it among your merits, be- cause we are all one in him who says, that all should be one, as thou, O Father, art in me, and I in thee, that they may be one in us. — To Eulogius, Bishop of Alexandria Book VII, Epistle XL

Theodoret references the same belief when he places the “throne of Peter” under the Bishop of Antioch:

“Dioscorus, however, refuses to abide by these decisions; he is turning the See of the blessed Mark upside down; and these things he does though he perfectly well knows that the Antiochene (of Antioch) metropolis possesses the throne of the great Peter, who was teacher of the blessed Mark, and first and coryphæus (head of the choir) of the chorus of the apostles.” Theodoret - Letter LXXXVI - To Flavianus, Bishop of Constantinople.

I’ll have to conclude that anyone drawn by the Father to faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior is part of the true church established by Christ.

“Did he erroneously equate “Word of God” with “Bible” or not.....”


What blasphemy is this?

2Ti_3:16 All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness:

Either the Bible is the word of God, or you deny the entirety of the Bible.

This is why the Catholics make such poor allies on any matter of religion. They undermine the scriptures every chance they get.


40 posted on 04/28/2013 5:19:54 PM PDT by Greetings_Puny_Humans
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To: RegulatorCountry
I “hoisted him up” as counterpoint to a politically charged statement in a religious context...

Distinction without difference. One does not have to be a "Dave Hunt Scholar" to recall his antagonism to Catholic teaching, even if the offending particular does not immediately spring to mind.

I can't immediately recall my grievances with Jesse Jackson either, but one would be silly to assume they have no merit just because they've gone down the memory hole.

41 posted on 04/28/2013 5:30:11 PM PDT by papertyger (Blessed are the flexible for they shall not be broken....)
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To: papertyger

The Papacy is not the church, but a political machine that took control over the church. The Papacy is Constantinian, not Petrine. Your so called “throne of Peter” is in reality the throne of Constantine.

The Papacy masquerades as the church Christ founded.


42 posted on 04/28/2013 5:38:18 PM PDT by sasportas
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To: Greetings_Puny_Humans
What blasphemy is this?

It is recognition. that unless Protestants can produce the OT prophecy to Simeon from Luke 2, their understanding of "The Word of God" stands falsified.

43 posted on 04/28/2013 5:39:26 PM PDT by papertyger (Blessed are the flexible for they shall not be broken....)
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To: sasportas

Did you really think Catholics are unaware of Anti-Catholic dogma, and it needed repeating?


44 posted on 04/28/2013 5:44:43 PM PDT by papertyger (Blessed are the flexible for they shall not be broken....)
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To: papertyger
Theological differences do not bigotry make in this country, not yet they don't. You have the right to believe as you do. I have the right to criticize it. So did Mr. Hunt.

Otherwise, you're looking at being an anti-Protestant bigot, in a majority Protestant country. That sort of thing hasn't worked out so well historically, for those who believe as you do in such a situation, or for those who believe as I do with the shoe on the other foot. This nation was founded upon religious freedom, not invoking governmental control to squelch theologies with which you disagree.

Now that this basic civics lesson is concluded, please proceed.

You were saying?

45 posted on 04/28/2013 5:48:50 PM PDT by RegulatorCountry
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To: papertyger
"Did you really think Catholics are unaware of Anti-Catholic dogma, and it needed repeating?"

In these forums one comes to expect that differences of interpretation and doctrinal development will occur based upon nothing more than opinion and personal bias. What is truly sad and very telling, is some believe that verifiable secular history must be distorted and fabricated in an attempt to shore up the a particular anti-Catholic agenda.

Peace be with you

46 posted on 04/28/2013 5:53:49 PM PDT by Natural Law (Jesus did not leave is a book, He left us a Church.)
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To: Alex Murphy

Damn. I’m still waiting on Richard Dawkins to kick the bucket. There’s an author that truly deserves to go.


47 posted on 04/28/2013 5:56:14 PM PDT by Viennacon
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To: papertyger

“It is recognition. that unless Protestants can produce the OT prophecy to Simeon from Luke 2, their understanding of “The Word of God” stands falsified.”


I just read Luke 2 and failed to see what you could possibly be saying, or even arguing for. I don’t like it when other people make me do work to figure out their own arguments, so please quote the scripture and explain what you mean, thoroughly, so I don’t argue against phantoms.

I notice you also dodged the other part of my post. Since you didn’t address it, I have no reason to take your arguments seriously, as it doesn’t appear that Roman tradition is, in fact, the “Word of God.”


48 posted on 04/28/2013 5:56:21 PM PDT by Greetings_Puny_Humans
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To: RegulatorCountry
This nation was founded upon religious freedom, not invoking governmental control to squelch theologies with which you disagree.

Sorry, I wasn't aware that antagonism towards a critic constituted "invoking governmental control to squelch theologies with which you disagree."

I beg the Party's forgiveness....

49 posted on 04/28/2013 5:56:31 PM PDT by papertyger (Blessed are the flexible for they shall not be broken....)
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To: Alex Murphy

It was Dave Hunt’s books on THE SEDUCTION OF CHRISTIANITY that led me to salvation

he will be missed!


50 posted on 04/28/2013 5:58:59 PM PDT by RaceBannon (Telling the truth about RINOS, PAULTARDS, Liberals and Muslims has become hate speech)
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