"Examine yourselves". The three tests all Christians need to take.

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cv5

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1) The objective test of holding to the true Biblical doctrine once for all delivered to the Saints.

2) The subjective test of holding to a biblically prescribed moral standard of living.

3) The subjective test of love for the Saints.
 

Dino246

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This thread might get some more attention if you provided the Scripture references for these "tests". ;)
 

cv5

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1) The objective test of holding to the true Biblical doctrine once for all delivered to the Saints.

2) The subjective test of holding to a biblically prescribed moral standard of living.

3) The subjective test of love for the Saints.
Maybe we should add as subunits to item 1:
a) the truth about Christ
b) the truth of our own sin
 

cv5

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This thread might get some more attention if you provided the Scripture references for these "tests". ;)
We should add as a subunit to item 2:
-obedience to the true doctrine delivered by the Apostles

Rom 6:17
But God be thanked that though you were slaves of sin, yet you obeyed from the heart that form of doctrine to which you were delivered.