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This is the spirit of the first generation Reformation. Fear God alone.

How long do Calvinists put up with theologians like Michael Horton and his mentally frumpy cohorts saying there is no effort in Christianity?

The biblical doctrine of regeneration - the reality of regeneration - is obviously the weak link in the chain of these seminary educated morons.



At what point do we not show patience for these intellectual village idiots calling themselves Reformed educators and church leaders?


Blogger c.t. said...

This is what I deleted from the end of this post:

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Dumb paedo-baptists proudly and in cowardly fashion holding to (in darkness) their baptismal regeneration say: "Sorry, God, but we'll grant you sovereignty in creation and providence, but grace is off-limits. Got it, God? OK, God. You be a good little God now, and don't get in our business anymore. Again, God...got it? Let's see a little fear in you, God-boy. When we tell you you have NO SOVEREIGNTY in matters of grace and regeneration YOU GOD DAMN LISTEN AND TOW OUR LINE, BITCH. UNDERSTAND, BITCH? OK, BITCH. NOW RUN ALONG, LITTLE BITCH, AND BE A GOOD LITTLE BITCH."

This is how these paedo-baptist little fucks think about God.

They show the SAME EXACT ATTITUDE when they make a priesthood of scholars to *DETERMINE* what the word of God 'will be.' Rather than accept and look up to a received text, they tell God to fuck off with his text and shove their constructed text (like molding their own excrement) and shove it in God's face.

Both issues are an attack on regeneration by the word and the Spirit rather than by cleric and ritual.

It's time to lose patience with these Satanic creeps.
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I write these things in a very passionate state of mind, and I believe it is necessary to put things strongly and shockingly at times, but I also know how lunatic and crude it sounds to people. I won't hide it, I'll put it here, but I did delete it from the post.

February 11, 2013 at 5:51 PM  
Blogger c.t. said...

I'm a rageaholic, but I know doctrine. I'm the one where in Revelation God says, I know you hate evil. The church of Ephesians. Spiritual warfare. Accuse me of whatever you want! I know the pure doctrine, and if you say, oh, but the Bible says to speak gently (and so on), but it doesn't say to do that to self-described Christian teachers and leaders. The Bible is very hard on such types. And so am I.

February 11, 2013 at 5:55 PM  
Blogger c.t. said...

Infant baptism downgrades the doctrine of regeneration and worse it keeps people from even thinking about regeneration because they 'look to their baptism' as the false teaching of baptismal regeneration teaches them. They stay shallow and self-deluded.

The critical text bibles keep people way from any potential regeneration as well because they, at a foundational level, are not reading/engaging the word of God like little children. They aren't receiving and accepting and looking up to the word of God. They are determining and constructing and judging (looking down on) the word of God.

These two things in churches today are what keep these churches dead. God has a remnant though. God's remnant aren't walking through the doors of Satanic dens.

February 12, 2013 at 1:39 PM  

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