[CS-FSLUG] OT: Things People Should Never Say They Never Heard at Your Church

Fred A. Miller fmiller at lightlink.com
Thu Jan 3 19:27:04 CST 2013

On 01/03/2013 07:10 PM, davidm at hisfeet.net wrote:
> Number 1 misses the point completely. 1. "Being a Christian is more than
> going to church and being a good person."??? Rather say that 1. "Being a
> Christian is NOT going to church and being a good person." Biblicly it is
> instead Being a disciple (follower or learner) of Christ.
I thought that was the point he was making.

> Number 2 assumes too much, and couches the mystery in unbiblical terms.
> The word "Trinity" explains nothing, and contains within its structure a
> contradiction. It may be a bit more difficult to make the truth
> understandable, but saying that God is one God in three persons is certain
> to mean different things to different people depending upon their
> understanding of "one" and  "persons". Properly understood the doctrine of
> the trinity is Biblical. But the understamding of it (even among Bible
> teachers) is woefully inadequate.

Didn't he indicate that as well? He said, "And yet, how many churches 
adequately, frequently instruct their people in the Trinity." I can 
assure you, MANY don't.


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