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  1. Grow up.

    Grow up.
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    Based on the fact that he mentioned it in...

    Based on the fact that he mentioned it in connection with his brother being a LC/MS preacher I'm gonna wager a guess that he's talking about the LCMS, or The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod....
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    Well, he probably didn't mean the same thing that...

    Well, he probably didn't mean the same thing that Evangelical usually means when it's used in the US today.
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    Lutheranism, atleast confessional Lutheranism, is...

    Lutheranism, atleast confessional Lutheranism, is quite distinct from Evangelicalism, or atleast the Evangelical movement that Adrift mentions in post #66. It's quite a bit more sacramental, for one...
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    Well, I'm not willing to say he's damned either,...

    Well, I'm not willing to say he's damned either, not that I know much about him, but I don't think it's a case of the Apostles' Creed misinterpreting Scripture, but of Grudem misinterpreting the...
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    The ELCA is neither EVANGELICAL, nor LUTHERAN :no:

    The ELCA is neither EVANGELICAL, nor LUTHERAN :no:
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    I don't care one whit what Neil Armstrong himself...

    I don't care one whit what Neil Armstrong himself thought, his reliance on the "technology that took him to the moon" was by all reasonable definitions of the term a "leap of faith".

    Let me amend...
  8. You heard it here first folks, the way to judge...

    You heard it here first folks, the way to judge the winner of a debate is by looking at who's got the longer and more impressive CV.
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    What you said was "I don’t have to make a “leap...

    What you said was "I don’t have to make a “leap of faith” to say that there is no god because there is no good reason to believe such an entity exists in the first place.."

    You most certainly made...
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    It's the person who makes the claim that is...

    It's the person who makes the claim that is responsible for providing the evidence for that claim, regardless of whether that claim is about the existence, or non-existence of something. If you want...
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    Every single belief and view ever held by anyone...

    Every single belief and view ever held by anyone in the entire history of humankind requires a 'leap of faith' for that final step, including your own atheism, despite your delusions to the contrary.
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    Well, your initial definition of supernatural was...

    Well, your initial definition of supernatural was "attributed to some force beyond scientific understanding or the laws of nature.", and it seems to me if something is created by a "force beyond...
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    The bolded seem to me to be a bit of a peculiar...

    The bolded seem to me to be a bit of a peculiar way to set the two definitions of natural and supernatural against each other. I can easily envision a universe created by "a force beyond scientific...
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    You'll have to reword this a bit, because as it's...

    You'll have to reword this a bit, because as it's written it's like you're claiming that it's not even certain if the original autographs of the writings making up the NT ever existed, which is a...
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    Historians, maybe. You? Not so sure about that...

    Historians, maybe.

    You? Not so sure about that one...
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    Do you have the 1995 edition at hand or...

    Do you have the 1995 edition at hand or something, or are you simply uncritically taking the cite somewhere from the internet? Because if what you say is true then it seems like Aland & Aland...
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    OPB already took you to task in post #67...

    OPB already took you to task in post #67 for propagating this "living text" idea that the Alands themselves had already abandoned by the time the 1995 edition of their book was coming out, so why are...
  18. I agree that the Trinity is something beyond...

    I agree that the Trinity is something beyond human understanding. I very much disagree that it is "like the concept of a square circle" however, i.e that it is logically contradictory. I have yet to...
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    Anyone else think it's funny how shuny's initial...

    Anyone else think it's funny how shuny's initial claim was that,



    but now he's sneakily changing that to:



    ?
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    I was responding to Tassman's claim about "the...

    I was responding to Tassman's claim about "the extant texts of the New Testament contain[ing] literally thousands of variations, or variants, from each other." I was not saying anything about...
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    There's a huge amount of variations and variants....

    There's a huge amount of variations and variants. The number of significant/meaningful variations, are miniscule however, when compared to the total number of manuscripts we have. Or another way to...
  22. Assuming Holding's interpretation/understanding...

    Assuming Holding's interpretation/understanding of the Trinity is correct the reason why the ECF would have had trouble understanding the doctrine would probably be because they were the ones who had...
  23. I'm not sure what your point is? :huh:

    I'm not sure what your point is? :huh:
  24. No it wouldn't, because three people is not equal...

    No it wouldn't, because three people is not equal to three beings.
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    Could we perhaps focus on whether or not Rossum...

    Could we perhaps focus on whether or not Rossum is correct about the gospels telling us that parts of the events they described are from third-hand sources (hint: he is not) and then after that issue...
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