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Old 08-19-2013, 08:18 AM
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In Question Of My Doctrinal Stance.

http://johnarcovio.blogspot.com/2013...ion-of-my.html
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Old 08-19-2013, 09:18 AM
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Re: In Question Of My Doctrinal Stance.

Important note at the very bottom of the page...

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Most of this post reprinted with permission of Rev. Chester Wright
I completely agree with that post and love it! There absolutely is a difference between a Conviction and a Doctrine.

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Re: In Question Of My Doctrinal Stance.

Great Post! I agree.
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Re: In Question Of My Doctrinal Stance.

I agree with what was posted on the blog.

However, I have a question. As ndavid stated, at the bottom of the page, it mentions that it was re-printed with permission by Chester Wright. Isn't he the one that hammered Bishop K. Haney about the TV resolution? If so, some of these points seem at odds with that.

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Re: In Question Of My Doctrinal Stance.

Kind of vague when you say "MOST of this" is reprinted and from someone else. If I were that person I would want it to be clear what portion of the blog was what I said and what part was what JA said. Just my two cents worth.
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Kind of vague when you say "MOST of this" is reprinted and from someone else. If I were that person I would want it to be clear what portion of the blog was what I said and what part was what JA said. Just my two cents worth.

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Re: In Question Of My Doctrinal Stance.

Here is a interesting series by Pastor Wright.
http://calltowar.info/index.html
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Some interesting teaching.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DVv8I3qZ-mY
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