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About thoughtsbydcg1

Am a Christian that wants to share some of my Bible deductions and interpretations with other folk and wants to hear from other Christians. My wife and I live in Johnstown, Colorado and attend High Plains Baptist Church in Milliken, Colorado.

Calvinism Basically Describe The Nature of God As Being Bipolar Good And Evil.

My limited knowledge of early Christian history, so far, has led me to conclude that when the early Christians (following the death of all the original Apostles) concluded that fallen mankind had only a single poled nature, that was only … Continue reading

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Calvinist Bipolar (Good and Evil) Nature Of God Concept.

My limited knowledge of early Christian history, so far, has led me to conclude that when the early Christians (following the death of all the original Apostles) concluded that fallen mankind had only one nature, that was only evil, the … Continue reading

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Spiritual bipolar nature of fallen mankind (an evil pole and a good Pole)

I believe that fallen mankind is capable of making free will choices to accept or reject the gospel message. I believe in the inherent free will ability of fallen unsaved mankind to accept/believe or reject God’s call/drawing/convicting/convincing/persuading teaching work using … Continue reading

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God’s Foreknowledge Of Man’s Choices

There are some Christians who say that God, in His infinite foreknowledge, looks into the possible futures of a person’s life (there could be almost an infinite number of possible futures) to see what that person would have done if … Continue reading

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My spreadsheet to approximate what size of weight distribution hitch I needed for my travel trailer and suburban

Revision q below Travel Trailer weight Calc7q   xls file Travel Trailer weight Calc7q   xlsx file

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Man’s inherent ability to accept/believe or reject God’s call, commands, instructions and promises

Man’s inherent ability to accept/believe or reject God’s call/drawing, commands, instructions, promises and gifts My reasoning ability may seem rather simple compared to the no-inherent-free-willers (those Christians that believe fallen man does not have a free will capacity to believe/accept … Continue reading

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The Legalist, The Imaginary Jackelope of Modern Christians and Weak Conscience Christians

Everyone has thoughts on the modern theological definition of  legalism and a legalist.  Also, everyone has thoughts about the weak conscience Christians that the Apostle Paul refers to in Romans 14, 1Cor. 8 and 1Cor. 10.  Well, so do I. … Continue reading

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Some of My Thoughts on Calvinism (Baffled-Calvinists and Baffled-Free-Willers)

Everybody, including me,  has some thoughts on Calvinism and man’s ability to accept of reject God’s information and call through His Word (verbal or written) and the Holy Spirit.  Read my thoughts here: DCG’s thoughts on Calvinism. After you read … Continue reading

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My Salvation Testimony

About a third of the way through the first semester of a technical electronics program at college in 1963 is when significant conviction about where my life was headed begin to grip my heart. I had entered college thinking that … Continue reading

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New at this blogging

I am trying to figure out how to operate WordPress. Thankfully, I have a warm blooded walking WordPress encyclopedia, my youngest son, that I can ask questions of.  He is a front-end web developer working for a company called Madwire … Continue reading

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