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