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      Non-negotiable

      What Bible doctrines do you hold to that would keep you from fellowship with another Christian.


      What Bible doctrines can you set aside to fellowship with other Christians?

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      What do you mean by "fellowship"?

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      Well?

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      Fellowship check this link
      I wonder if that is what is meant

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      Baptists have all sort of definitions and levels of fellowship.

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      Trinity; Sinless conception; impeccable life; knew NO sin; Inspiration of the word

      PART TWO: SOFT-CESSATION; Formal translations of the Word.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Calvinist View Post
      Trinity; Sinless conception; impeccable life; knew NO sin; Inspiration of the word

      PART TWO: SOFT-CESSATION; Formal translations of the Word.
      Calvinist,can you expound on impeccable life.

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      1) The inerrancy and full authority of the Bible.

      2) The virgin birth and full Deity of Jesus Christ.

      3) The bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead.

      4) Christís atoning, vicarious death for our sins.

      5) The literal second coming of Jesus Christ.

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      Quote Originally Posted by SALTY View Post
      Calvinist,can you expound on impeccable life.
      It is a reference that Jesus could not sin, in fact, it was impossible for Him to sin. See 2 Cor 5:21. I know there "appears" to be scriptures that infer a potential for sinning, e.g., temptation by Satan. However, He was born of a Virgin, He was the Second Adam (Romans 5), and Hebrews notes His superiority in all things. He was the sinless sacrifice that was our propitiation.

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