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Writing to BibleBlogger

07 Sep

Jury Duty has a way with disrupting a person's schedule. With the priorities of working on my class notes, as well as my dissertation, I find the joy of blogging being temporarily set aside. Over the past couple of weeks, we have had visitors to BibleBlogger.org ask questions not directly related to theology or this blog.

I would greatly enjoy the privilege to respond to these questions, but am not able to, because of the fact that they do not leave a legitimate email address. Their questions are not bad, but would be inappropriate to post these answers on the blog itself. If you wish to reach John Calvin Hall, please, leave a working email address, so I might be able to respond. Without a usable email address, it is impossible for me to reply.

 

Thank you for your consideration.

John Calvin Hall

The BibleBlogger

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1 Comment

Posted by on 7-September-2010 in Uncategorized

 

One response to “Writing to BibleBlogger

  1. Rodney Myers

    9-December-2011 at 6:16 AM

    Bro. Hall,

    I was recently debating with a calvinist friend of mine about those who were ‘enlightened’ in Hebrews 6:4-6. He maintains that when it states: “…if he shall fall…” it is in the ‘Second Class Condition’ i.e. ‘Contrary-to-Fact Condition’ and assumes the premise as false for the sake of argument. In other words verse 6 can be read as “…if they shall fall away [AND THEY CAN’T], to renew them again unto repentance…”

    On the contrary, I was maintaining that there is no immediate contextual evidence to make such a claim and that it should just simply be understood as an ‘obligatory clause’ introduced by the subordinate conjunction “If” in the English even though the Greek renders it “…and haven fallen away…”

    Do either one of us know what we are talking about? Do you think that there is some “Contrary to fact condition’ in this verse?

    Sorry for the bother…God bless

    Rodney

     

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