Date: Sun Jun 29 2003 - 13:08:44 EDT
In a message dated 6/27/03 1:38:40 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> I couldn't imagine saying something like this because we come to Christ for
> salvation from sin and death, not for things. It still sounds like a
> misrepresentation of the Gospel for which untold thousands of Christians have
> abandoned everything, including their lives.
> Am I still missing a piece of your puzzle?
email@example.com THEN wrote:
I have absolutely no reason to think that you are _trying_ "to misrepresent
the gospel" (as suggested by RFaussette), but I do think you have uncritically
received some fundamentally flawed teachings.
RFAUSSETTE DID NOT SUGGEST ANYTHING OF THE SORT - AND IT IS INCOMPREHENSIBLE
TO ME THAT YOU COULD ATTRIBUTE TO ME THE POSITION YOU POSTED WHICH IS THE
FIRST POST SNIPPED ABOVE (I NEVER SIGN "RICHARD")- AND THEN GO ON TO SAY
ESSENTIALLY THE SAME THING THAT SHEILA HAS "UNCRITICALLY RECEIVED SOME FUNDAMENTALLY
FLAWED TEACHINGS" -
SINCE YOU'RE NOT BEING COMPREHENSIBLE AT THIS POINT AND YOU ARE NOT OWNING UP
TO THE POSITION YOU YOURSELF POSTED RATHER TRYING TO ASSOCIATE ME WITH
SOMETHING I WOULD NEVER SAY THERE IS NO POINT IN DISCUSSING THIS FURTHER WITH YOU.
I EXIT THE THREAD.
rich faussette (WHO IS NOT RICHARD AT BIBLE WHEEL)
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