Faqs, caveats, afterthoughts, in no particular order.
- Phonology is not phrenology is not philology.
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I stumbled across your blog some time ago and follow it now and then. I like your writing and agree mostly with what you say! I used to be a christian but am not anymore. Well, at least I thought I was one . I am just wondering what your thoughts are about the unforgivable sin that leads to death?
Any thoughts would be appreciated.
Anna, try listening to the following 2 sermons on the unpardonable sin on the SermonAudio.com website. Here are the Links:
George – those links seem to be now
Hmm, tricky. Will try and get back to this if not tomorrow eve then sometime on wed.
Half an hour to go before midnight, means I’ve officially met the “sometime on Wed” deadline.
Sorry it’s a bit long. Also it could be clearer, but it can always be taken further in the comments. There’s a good discussion in a wee book called The Christian’s Great Interest – written in, i dunno, 1600s maybe by William Guthrie, but unfortunately i don’t know where my copy is at the moment so haven’t been able to draw on it directly.