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What Is A Fundamentalist
Jerry, good catch!

Here's the rub: What exactly is God's will that is inerrant? Whoever interprets it can say that "this is God's will" but another interpreted the same passage "not God's will" Both are OK according to FB!.

It does not say that the WORDS of Scripture is inerrant, but vaguely says "only his will" is inerrant.

See what I mean?

What Is A Fundamentalist
SDA Fund Belief 1
The Holy Scriptures, Old and New Testaments, are the written Word of God, given by divine inspiration through holy men of God who spoke and wrote as they were moved by the Holy Spirit. In this Word, God has committed to man the knowledge necessary for salvation. The Holy Scriptures are the infallible revelation of His will...

Notice the LIMIT of revelation: The will of God.

It is NOT inerrant in the Autographa

What Is A Fundamentalist
.---Samuel on 5/13/08 I can show were SDA's agree with everyone of these points.

Please do, for the SDA pastors I blog with on CARM uniformly reject inerrancy. That is because they are unable to prove many distinct SDA doctrines while maintaining an inerrant autographa.

Besides that, FundBelief 1 of SDAs does a waffle job on Scriptural inerrancy.

What Is A Fundamentalist
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MikeM 's (SLCguy) rantings aside here is what Britannica says:

FUNDAMENTALISM arose in the late 19th century in reaction to theological modernism, which aimed to revise traditional Christian beliefs to accommodate new developments in the natural and social sciences, especially the advent of the theory of biological evolution. In keeping with traditional Christian doctrines concerning biblical interpretation, the mission of Jesus Christ, and the role of the church in society...

What Is A Fundamentalist
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Fundamentalists affirmed a core of Christian beliefs that included the historical accuracy of the Bible, the imminent and physical Second Coming of Jesus Christ, and Christ's Virgin Birth, Resurrection , and Atonement. Fundamentalism became a significant phenomenon in the early 20th century and remained an influential movement in American society into the 21st century.

King James Only Christian
Alan, and others:

In grammar, a predicate nomiative is the exact same thing as the subject. e.g. "Sam is my father."

It is also correct to say "My father is Sam."

A predicate nominative renames the subject, and is the same exact thing.

That is what John uses in John 1:1. Therefore, "The Word was God" not The Word was a god."


King James Only Christian

"And the Word was a god" - translated from Greek by Reijnier Rooleeuw, M.D.), 1694.
---scott on 5/1/08

When you have a definite noun in the subject (The Word) separated by a form of the verb "be" the noun in the predicate (God) is also a definite noun, for it is actually a predicate nominative.

Your MD was not an exegete, nor Greek scholar

Mormons Secret Underwear

This statement is made either by total ignorance or with the intent to deceive. The fact is that there is much scriptural support for Mormon doctrine! ...---Tammy on 4/5/08

Where in the 66 Books of the Bible does it teach "As man is, God..."

Where in our Scripture does it teach that Jesus and Satan are brothers?

Are Churches Today Vile

While the Bible teaches that Jesus can forgive, He seldom does.

Catherine, I am aghast at that HERESY!!!

Please cite your source, chapter and verse, or else repent here, publicly of it.

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