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JaumeJ

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So you can choose to lose your salvation?
If you read in the Word about the spirit of delusion falling on this world, it actually points out that those who are caused to "believe lies" had chosen evil over good, past tense, therefore there are some, in the last moments many, who choose evil. So yes it is a mater of choosing good always.
 

Chester

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So you can choose to lose your salvation?
Can you choose to believe and gain salvation?

Calvinists say no to both questions. Arminians say yes to both questions.
Those who are inconsistent say no to one and yes to the other.

Biblicists answer according to what the Bible says. ;)

Really it takes an explanation to answer either question. A simple "yes" or "no" is not sufficient.
 

RickyZ

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There is only one door in, and one door out. And they're both the same door.
 

notuptome

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There is only one door in, and one door out. And they're both the same door.
There is no scripture to suggest that the door is two way. One can only enter eternal life one cannot exit eternal life. One door is true and the door is Christ.

The butterfly cannot ever go back to being a caterpillar. The change is complete and irreversible.

For the cause of Christ
Roger
 

Chester

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There is no scripture to suggest that the door is two way. One can only enter eternal life one cannot exit eternal life. One door is true and the door is Christ.

The butterfly cannot ever go back to being a caterpillar. The change is complete and irreversible.

For the cause of Christ
Roger
Sure a butterfly can go back to being a caterpillar!

When the butterfly decays and a plant uses those nutrients which go into the leaves and then another caterpillar eats the leaves! ;)