January 18, 2008

Theology Based On The Fact Of Experience

Adrian Rogers' booklet, "Predestined for Hell? Absolutely Not!" has used John Rice and Robert Sumner of Sword of the Lord fame in Murfreesboro, Tennessee as resources.

April 18, 2006 at 4:45AM I noted in my journal Matthew 14: 28,29 'If it be thou bid me come unto thee on the water" Christ said "Come" I wrote, "Was this call for just Peter or for all who were in the boat? Is it a call for us today?"

Dr Robert L. Sumner, "An Examination of TULIP" said "... that theology (invitation to all in the boat) would soon prove destitute of supporting practical experience. All who believe thusly and based their doctrine on this invitation would sink the moment they attempted to walk on the waves. ... theology which disagrees with the FACT OF EXPERIENCE is suspect theology."

Dr. Rogers' invitation to come to Jesus meets the "experience" test. Stay in the boat and accept Christ. Your decision determines destiny and your journey toward salvation.

But are not all who are regenerated walking on water? Determine your own destiny and you will sink in the waves. But if your destiny has been decreed before the foundation of the earth you will be walking on water.

Try rowing your boat to heaven! "Row row row your boat gently down the stream, merrily merrily merrily merrily life is but a dream!" Now all those on the left side of the church start and we'll sing in rows... this will be fun.


3 comments:

Watching the watcher said...

You know, you may just be right. About everything. I am not sure you are going about things the right way, though. I also don't get what you hope to accomplish.

Theresa said...

Keep up the good work.

WatchingHISstory said...

theresa

thanks for dropping by!

Charles