Jesus Christ Really Existed. Did Jesus Really Exist? Where is the proof from non-Bible sources that he is real?
You said, in Iustitia Dei, he leans to development. I said that primitivism is the dominant theory in Protestant history. That development is a complex concept? That other evangelicals believe in development?
If one is restricted to the options presented, then one misses the multi-layered aspects of this discussion. Between primitivsm and development, what third option is there to address theological novelty? Omission of Clement 32 is disappointing: In his commentary on Romans 3: Imputation and union with Christ are distinguished but inseparable in Reformed theology.
Justifying righteousness is not inherent but it is mine through faith as an instrument—how am I united to Jesus? Can you show me where Paul says the righteousness we have by faith and not by works is only an imputed righteousness and not an inherent righteousness?
Which is another way of saying the doctrine is Biblical. Of course, that case needs to be made, Agreed but I did want to highlight that your comments are either misleading, false, or do not include all of the relevant information.
September 15th, 5: Jim— 1 Corinthians In fact, even miracles born of genuine belief but uninspired by charity profit us nothing. We are justified by a living, breathing faith that blossoms forth in selfless and redemptive acts, not by mere assent to the truth added to our efforts to conform to an established ethic.
If you somehow believe that the Reformed deemphasize love in any way whatsoever, you are sadly mistaken.
The Epistle of James, by the way, makes it ear that love and its outworkings are part and parcel of any genuine faith.
Justification is only meaningful when it is used as a descriptor for the elect. Only then is it permanent. Only then does it actually save. Whenever you are claiming that your interlocutor has presented a false dilemma, you need to present the third option.
Otherwise, your objection is unsupported, and reduces to a hand-waving assertion that implicitly appeals to your own authority as sufficient support.
Claiming that it does, without showing that it does, again reduces to a hand-waving assertion.
As for Clement 32, we have discussed this quotation in the fuller context of all St. And the mere exchange of contrary assertions is an unprofitable, futile activity; nor is it a mutual pursuit of the truth.
For example, your comment i. So using this is as a criticism is sophistry unless, as I explained above, you also demonstrate how the data your interlocutor did not include reveals his claim whether explicit or implicit to be false.
In short, what is needed is less use of mere rhetoric, and more attention to argumentation. You can simply let your argumentation do the work. In the peace of Christ, — Bryan September 15th, 6: Cletus— Could you clarify your point for me?
September 15th, 8: Eric, You write that the Reformed do not deemphasize love at all.
However, Calvin deemphasizes love in a very key respect. In the Institutes, 3. Not love The love that is attached to justifying faith, for Calvin, is in no way sufficient to merit justification.
Philippians 3 is a fundamental passage and there are also biblical-theological considerations that inform these other passages.
Now, as I noted, the arguments need to be made to substantiate that assessment and I did not offer a sustained exegetical argument. You may believe its unsuccessful and it may well be, but the Reformed have in fact argued that such passages substantiate imputation.Comparing and Contrasting Anglo-Saxon, Medieval, and Renaissance Perio.
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