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Phil Is Also Confused About The Gospel

Posted in Uncategorized by Paul M. Dohse Sr. on August 5, 2018


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  1. John said, on August 5, 2018 at 1:23 PM

    There it is in black on white: “Salvation IS a process.” Utterly absurd and diabolical, and it’s no wonder people are fleeing from this hopelessness. Ordo salutis (how pretentious to throw Latin around as though it makes you seem more intelligent than you actually are. I’m laughing at that)…anyway, Ordo salutis means “order of salvation” or thereabouts and is Reformed rubbish through and through; in fact, it is a tradition of man, to be more exact, with Satan sitting behind the whole thing. This Ordo salutis (wow, how clever I sound, eh?) deals with the so-called steps of salvation concerning the believer. Whay? Confused already?

    This pompous ordo salutis includes all things Reformed/Calvinist/diabolical: election, foreknowledge, predestination, redemption, regeneration, justification, sanctification, glorification.

    Confused much? Johnson is and has always been. I think he might be wearing Luther pajamas and sleep in a room where there’s a huge picture of Calvin on the wall, next to that of the current liar and false teacher John MacArthur. What? Am I going to be cursed again? By whom this time?


  2. republican mother said, on August 5, 2018 at 3:02 PM

    OUCH. Even the most dim-witted little old lady who grew up in the country church knows that a finished, know-so salvation is what makes a Bible Believing Christian different from everyone else.

    Calvinists like Phil constantly try to confuse people with their flash-bang style of semantics swapping, which regular church folk are bedazzled by, not expecting anyone in the church system to be operating in such bad faith.


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