sacramentology love

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  • With regards to his thorough analysis on "Andrewes' Calvinist sacramentology", I simply ask the reader to examine closely the comments on your own you'll have to search the RC site for them to see who answered what.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • For example, the idea that one must confess faith to receive baptism would ultimately render from you a judgment of subjectivism and self-justification - because of your sacramentology.

    Heidelblog

  • If anyone is being narrow it seems obvious it is the one who identifies himself and excludes others by a very particular sacramentology, as well as being narrow on who is baptized; it is also an odd name since it seems to suggest a monopoly on something every other Christian tradition also does.

    Heidelblog

  • Michael Haykin responded with both a theological defense of Calvin's view, and a historical-contextual response to why these Presbyterians were uncomfortable in their social setting with affirming Calvin's "mysterious" sacramentology.

    Heidelblog

  • I will defend my sacramentology and soteriology when I feel it is necessary, but I will not get involved in the crypto-Landmarkism that is creeping into Baptist life once again.

    Triablogue

  • When it comes to debates and discussions on truth, tradition, sacramentology, ecclesiology and a mulitude of other and theological 'ologies, the worship of Reason is the elephant in the room.

    The Boar's Head Tavern

  • It will become clear that Chauvet’s critique of Aquinas inevitably targets patristic sacramentology as well.6

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • Indeed, going by the name "Baptist" seems to convey that sacramentology is vital, to say the least (if not a little misguided: if there can be [credo]

    Heidelblog

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