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  1. Moses killed a man defending a Jew from an Egyptian before encountering God. Paul was consenting to a murder before getting saved when he was known as Saul. David repented after the prophet confronted him. None died with unconfessed willful or presumptuous sins.
  2. God created us knowing all we would ever do. He isn't just all knowing, but he is our creator. Those he created knowing they would be saved at the end of this life are the elect. We are making choices, but God made us knowing what we will choose. Those created to be saved will be, but we don't know who they are. That is why we are told to make our calling and election sure.
  3. I don't believe there is any reason why anyone would ever have to do without daily bread in this country. Even the beggars are given handouts to buy food.
  4. I am a Christian, and nothing will cause me to leave the faith.
  5. I think you are right to be cautious. I know that people who are not saved read what is written at Christian message boards and even come in and pretend to be believers. Knowing who they are isn't necessary anyway to discuss the problem.
  6. That can be turned around. Verses can't contradict, so all those scriptures that seem to be promoting OSAS must be about predestination and election.
  7. From the little bit I have seen about this topic since you brought it to my attention, it appears the damage inflicted by wicked servants of Satan is hard to overcome. Is it possible for victims to be made 100 percent whole, or do they have to learn to deal with split personalities forever? Are there therapies that are effective in bringing a full cure?
  8. He was talking to the elect, those that God created for salvation, not unconditional security. I can point to 1 Corinthians 6:9,10 where it mentions sins that will keep everyone out of heaven, no exceptions, and say those rejecting that called Paul a liar.
  9. This is a fallacy. He certainly can choose to keep us. He could choose to save everyone in the world, universal salvation, but he doesn't. It isn't about inability, but choosing not to.
  10. How wide spread do you think this is? If you have things to share about this subject, I am interested in knowing more about it.
  11. I had to look up SRA and MK. Maybe you should explain what those abbreviations mean? I would like to know more about it.
  12. Is Jesus God to you? He is to most non-trinitarians and trinitarians I have met.
  13. Something I have noticed is how you are openly teaching that a Christian can lose their faith, go completely back into sin, but they are still saved. Others who claim to believe in OSAS say they don't teach that and that is a lie made up by those rejecting OSAS to discredit them. Who is right? You clearly are at odds with others who say they are OSAS.
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