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Someone made reference that Presbyterians view the sacraments as "that baptism is a sign of justification, while communion is a sign of sanctification"



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Originally Posted by John_C
Someone made reference that Presbyterians view the sacraments as "that baptism is a sign of justification, while communion is a sign of sanctification"
I haven't heard anyone speak in that manner re: baptism and communion. If I had to guess, I would say it is something relatively new. shrug


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Originally Posted by John_C
Someone made reference that Presbyterians view the sacraments as "that baptism is a sign of justification, while communion is a sign of sanctification"
Who is that "someone"? It seems like an unusual statement.

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Just a poster on another forum. I'm sure she was quoting what she heard or read from a blog. I guess I can ask. She is a Calvinist but not Presbyterian in polity. So, she could have got that quote from almost anyplace.


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I suppose it would be the logic of believing in Presumptive Regeneration, yet allowing only members to take the Lord's Supper.

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Steve,

I'm not understanding why you are interjecting presumptive regeneration in this?


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