It’s a nice church sign with a theology

Posted by Jim Price in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post

It’s a nice sign, but the theology is bad; we cannot choose our parents nor if a manufacturing plant moves to China or if one of our children is called off to war.

Troy Day [03/08/2016 10:49 AM]
Saw a nice sign by Timothy Carter but cant find it anywhere again

William Lance Huget [03/08/2016 3:50 PM]
I imagine it is referring to ultimate destiny such as heaven/hell (Jn. 3:16 vs Jn. 3:36). As to daily, mundane things, choice and chance are factors with an emphasis on choice in relation to moral issues.

Ricky Grimsley [03/08/2016 4:09 PM]
Wouldnt all calvinists and arminians have to say that God’ choice at creation was the only actually choice since the future is unalterably, and perfectly known by God either by foreordaining it or by knowing it perfectly but still creating you with they future he always knew you would have?

William DeArteaga [03/08/2016 4:35 PM]
But we can choose how we react to adversity, and that determins our spiritual destiny!

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It’s a nice church sign with a theology

Posted by in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post

It’s a nice sign, but the theology is bad; we cannot choose our parents nor if a manufacturing plant moves to China or if one of our children is called off to war.

Troy Day [03/08/2016 10:49 AM]
Saw a nice sign by Timothy Carter but cant find it anywhere again

William Lance Huget [03/08/2016 3:50 PM]
I imagine it is referring to ultimate destiny such as heaven/hell (Jn. 3:16 vs Jn. 3:36). As to daily, mundane things, choice and chance are factors with an emphasis on choice in relation to moral issues.

Ricky Grimsley [03/08/2016 4:09 PM]
Wouldnt all calvinists and arminians have to say that God’ choice at creation was the only actually choice since the future is unalterably, and perfectly known by God either by foreordaining it or by knowing it perfectly but still creating you with they future he always knew you would have?

William DeArteaga [03/08/2016 4:35 PM]
But we can choose how we react to adversity, and that determins our spiritual destiny!

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