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  • Submitted: Feb 05 2013 09:35 PM
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  • Author: Various
  • e-Sword Version: 10.x

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Download Responses to "101 Questions for Campbellites"

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Soteriology (Salvation) Denominations and Disciplines Baptist Church of Christ

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e-Sword Version:
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Responses to "101 Questions for Campbellites" by A.A. Davis


Many denominational websites have posted the "101 Questions for Campbellites" and at least one has declared them "unanswerable." This set of questions was uploaded as an e-Sword file here.

There are two different modules here which answer the questions asked. One is by Chuck Northrop, minister and teacher in Springfield, MO, formerly a missionary to the Ukraine. The other is done by Ethan Longhenry, a minister in Ohio. Both of these are uploaded with permission.


Can't we stop beating one another over the head? Regarless of what "Pogo" said, the enemy is NOT us.

Let's stick to the WORD as it is. The message is JESUS, crucified,dead, buried,  risen and coming again.

Real scholarship is "rightly dividing the Word." not battling other believers. Let's present Jesus, not doctrinal differences.

 

hank

Hank,

 

If you're going to comment on a module, common decency states you should at least download it first so that you can give an informed comment before impugning it and the uploader.  The purpose of this module and almost every other module on this entire website is to look to the Word, rightly divide it, and apply it.  When doctrinal differences exist, they must be discussed, because doctrine matters (II Timothy 4:3, Romans 6:17, 16:17).


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