Paul's Passing Thoughts

Why Ligon Duncan is a Heretic in 8 Minutes

Posted in Uncategorized by Paul M. Dohse Sr. on November 7, 2019

Your Rightousness Must Exceed That of the Protestants

Posted in Uncategorized by Paul M. Dohse Sr. on November 7, 2019

“Rightousness Made Me Do It” The Catch-All Excuse for Church Evil

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Salvation

Posted in Uncategorized by Paul M. Dohse Sr. on November 7, 2019

ppt-jpeg4Unbelievers know more about salvation than church attenders because unbelievers understand the new birth intuitively. They know it is an exchange for the life they presently have for another life. This is why the gospel is rejected. This may include not wanting to lose present desires that they have.

Those primed for salvation want to escape desires that enslave them. They hate their present life, and pick up the cross and follow Jesus to the baptism of death to the old self. But they also follow Jesus in the baptism of resurrection and new birth. This is a one-time occurrence that seals the believer until the day their body is also redeemed.

Church orthodoxy explicitly teaches that you need church because you are the same person that you always were; you are saved because the Spirit supposedly showed you that you need church. Most unbelievers know better.

When one is baptized in church, the pastor says you die in the likeness of Christ and are resurrected in his “likeness.” It’s not a likeness, it’s sameness.

 

Infused Grace and The Protestant Lie

Posted in Uncategorized by Paul M. Dohse Sr. on November 7, 2019

ppt-jpeg4It is wholly disingenuous to say that infused grace is a Catholic doctrine. The infusion of righteousness does not enable you to help God finish your salvation through church sacraments; it completes your salvation in a moment making you a new creature and the literal child of God and the brother of Christ. It is also wholly disingenuous to say that Protestants deny church sacraments because they deny infused grace. The “ordinary means of grace” are no less salvific sacraments than the Catholic Mass.

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