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Today at 04:05 AM Facebook Question by Mckinley

I was wondering if you could answer a question I have. I love studying about the reformation and listening to and reading reformed ministers, but there is something that bothers me. With the exception of John MacArthur, reformed ministers seem to be apathetic when it comes to Israel and her future and towards prophecy in general. Am I imagining this? ... This is a question that was submitted on Facebook,.. I would love to assist and I thought the best place to get a solid reply would be to share it on the Highway!

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Sunday, May 29, 2016 12:20 AM The Original Christians were Baptist? by Mckinley

We believe that the Baptists are the original Christians. We did not commence our existence at the reformation, we were reformers before Luther and Calvin were born; we never came from the Church of Rome, for we were never in it, but we have an unbroken line up to the apostles themselves. We have always existed from the days of Christ, and our principles, sometimes veiled and forgotten, like a river which may travel under ground for a little season, have always had honest and holy adherents. Persecuted alike by Romanists and Protestants of almost every sect, yet there has never existed a Government holding Baptist principles which persecuted others; nor, I believe, any body of Baptists ever held it to be right to put the consciences of others under the control of man. We have ever been ready to suffer, as our martyrologies will prove, but we are not ready to accept any help from the State, to prostitute the purity of the Bride of Christ to any alliance with Government, and we will never make the Church, although the Queen, the despot over the consciences of men.

—Charles H. Spurgeon...... Any comments or thoughts?

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Saturday, May 28, 2016 9:31 AM Never Trump? by AJ Castellitto

I was a Ted Cruz guy all the way as I thought he was the best chance at protecting Christian values we had.... And at first I was Never Trump. But considering our military guys and other American values I think I should probably vote Trump over a wasted principled vote.... Any thoughts?

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Saturday, May 28, 2016 7:06 AM The Plan of Salvation by Benjamin B Warfield by John_C

Just read the book that was suggested by my pastor and in his library. It is excellent, and I recommend it for anyone. Warfield died in the early 1900s, so the book might be hard to find.

I was asking the difference between the supralapsarians and infralapsarian, and he said the book would answer that question. I am still working through those views, but the book had so much more in tracing the various views on salvation, from general to specifics.

Naturalistic vs Supernaturalistic

Sacerdotal vs Evangelical within Supernaturalistic

Universalism vs Particularistic within Evangelical

Then a a final chapter on the inconsistently and consistently particularistic.

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Wednesday, May 25, 2016 9:11 PM Wheat & Tares by a Berry by AJ Castellitto

I love, love this article and would like to discuss it.... Anyone have any thoughts? I'm wondering about the author and what drove him to expound on this subject the way he does?

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