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Replying to @_Rondo5
It’s a 2 hr podcast. Difficult to encapsulate all in tweets. But in general, Darryl and Virgil pose a number of questions/challenges re: the popular narrative of slavery and the subsequent effects.
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Erickson’s point is that Christ gave up NOTHING in the Incarnation.
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I’ve seen sentiments like this many places. At worst, it’s a clumsy way to describe the essence of God.
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Replying to @_Rondo5
The questions they raise and the perspective.
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As for the “accidental” quote you cited from Martin, I’m not seeing it. The purpose of the article is to refute errant kenotic theology through a community of scholars. Each of the writers I cite affirm the complete divinity of Jesus in opposition to the kenoticists.
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He’s talking about specific attributes because that’s what being attacked in the kenosis.
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Reymond specifically leads off with: “divine attributes are not characteristics that are separate and distinct from the divine essence so that God can set them aside as one might remove a pin from a pincushion and still have the pincushion.”
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The conversation cannot progress without interacting with this material. Essential listening for anyone talking about social justice, racism, and reparations.
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Tabletalk Magazine 6h
There are no examples offered in Scripture of anyone praying to an angel or asking an angel for assistance. Moreover, Scripture gives no encouragement for anyone to seek the appearance of an angel, for they manifest themselves unsought.
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Replying to @Tabletalk
This is a great article. Dustin’s work on the topic is stellar, and much needed.
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Reformation Pages 8h
You cannot think too highly of God. And as your gaze lifts, your praise will lift as well.
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Reformanda Ministries 8h
The deity of Christ is perhaps one of the most debated and fought-over aspects of theology in all of history.
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Replying to @StrunkKas
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You cannot think too highly of God. And as your gaze lifts, your praise will lift as well.
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Replying to @JBStonestreet
When I fly to a new city, I specifically look for an airport Chick-Fil-A because we don’t have them where I live. 🐓🍔
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Rafe Peavey Mar 22
“Signs of pride: 1. Desire to be well known (Jm 3:13-16) 2. Desire to impress people (Lk 10:38-42) 3. Draw Attention to Myself (Pr 27:2) 4. Know It All (1 Cor 8:1) 5. Desire Recognition (Jn 5:41-44) 6. Desire Praise (Jn 5:41-44) 7. Self Sufficient (Matt 4:4)” -
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Replying to @LBCSDPastor
Thanks Pat 😃
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Congratulations Cade!
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Dustin Benge Mar 22
My second article for on angels — “Regardless of the size of their population, we can be certain that God created the necessary number of angels to fulfill His sovereign will.”
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Thank you brother 😃
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