Paul's Passing Thoughts

The Meme Explained by Michael Horton and Paul Washer

Posted in Uncategorized by Paul M. Dohse Sr. on March 13, 2018

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  1. Matt said, on March 13, 2018 at 1:43 PM

    How is this different than Catholic Mass? You don’t have to stop sinning — just confess them and that you are powerless (say a couple hail-Mary’s) and you’re good. “…resting in the virtue and merits of Christ…”
    “This cycle repeats itself over and over throughout the Christian life.”
    …Subjectively experiencing this definitive reality signified and sealed to us in our baptism requires a daily dying and rising.”

    Centrality of Objective Gospel Outside of Us


  2. John said, on March 13, 2018 at 4:42 PM

    Washer, the man’s man worm. This dude’s theatrical antics behind a pulpit are “cringeworthy.” Appealing to emotions and pleas for some starving kids in Africa. Yes, false gospel time. What did this lying Calvinist have to say about his own kids again?
    Militant. Theatrical. Liar.


    • Republican mother said, on March 14, 2018 at 7:55 AM

      What’s more cringy than Paul Washer’s whining? Paul Washer wannabes trying to whine like him. I guess that’s what you’re supposed to sound when you get mortified??


  3. Barbara said, on March 14, 2018 at 7:21 AM

    When you think of this it is a truly amazing, oxymoron theology. It is reflective of the people who follow it. Just do as you’re told and don’t ask any questions by your set-in Authorities, and all will hopefully work out. It doesn’t even have to make sense. This doctrine comes from wolves in sheeps clothing! I’ve been reading your Heidelberg series Paul. This disceptive theology is shocking and pathetic. All from a man. Reformed theology is man-created theology. Catholics and Protestants remain functionally with the same unbiblical foundation. Folks, there remains no law to condemn us! There remains no more sin. Though now we love the law. It is our meditation day and night. Read the words for yourself. No condemnation! Gal. 3:21, Rom. 8:2, John 3:9…many, many more. Was wondering Paul, when they are doing their daily act of turning, isn’t that works as well? What’s the difference then in choosing? Did they do that or did Christ do it for them? Thankfully I never swallowed the kook-aid.


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