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  • Re: The Letter to the Romans, Second Edition, D. Moo

    [quote user="Friedrich"] actually right now the individual price is better than dynamic, by almost in half. [/quote] yes, and I picked it back up again after returning it. LOL.
    Posted to General by Wilson Hines on Sun, Feb 9 2020
  • Re: Reformed Logos Users Group on Facebook

    [quote user="CharlyG"] Done. [/quote] were glad to have you on board!!
    Posted to Reformed Products by Wilson Hines on Mon, Feb 3 2020
  • Re: Reformed Logos Users Group on Facebook

    [quote user="Chrisser"] Almost makes sense. I'm not sure what constitutes reformed. I do understand what Calvinism is. [/quote] Also, in regards to Reformed and where I'm at personally, while my church doesn't subscribe to a creed, I do. I subscribe to the 1689 2nd London Baptist Confession.
    Posted to General by Wilson Hines on Mon, Dec 30 2019
  • Re: Reformed Logos Users Group on Facebook

    [quote user="Chrisser"] Almost makes sense. I'm not sure what constitutes reformed. I do understand what Calvinism is. [/quote] The best definition of Reformed I've seen is "Calvinism with a Creed." Without the Creed, it's just Calvinism. Technically, I'm just Calvinist because the church I attend isn't Creedal, per se. With that being said, it is very
    Posted to General by Wilson Hines on Mon, Dec 30 2019
  • Re: Reformed Logos Users Group on Facebook

    [quote user="Chrisser"] Unrelated question: is reformed synonymous with Calvinist? [/quote] Let's put it this way, you can be Calvinist and not be reformed, but you can't be reformed without being a Calvinist. Makes sense?
    Posted to General by Wilson Hines on Mon, Dec 30 2019
  • Re: Reformed Logos Users Group on Facebook

    [quote user="NB.Mick"]I personally don't understand the membership restrictions for this purpose, though[/quote] There are a variety of reasons, all of which center around argumentation. For a real life example which used to happen to me personally, if I go into the Logos Reformed group looking for a book recommendation and I mention a book or another
    Posted to General by Wilson Hines on Mon, Dec 30 2019
  • Re: Reformed Logos Users Group on Facebook

    Again, you've got to go where the action is. It's incredibly hard to bring the action to you.
    Posted to General by Wilson Hines on Mon, Dec 30 2019
  • Re: Reformed Logos Users Group on Facebook

    [quote user="Denise"]Even us Shinto-ists get a place at the forum table.[/quote] What are you saying with this? Are you a Shintoist?
    Posted to General by Wilson Hines on Mon, Dec 30 2019
  • Re: Reformed Logos Users Group on Facebook

    By the way, I should clarify that I brought up this idea way earlier in 2019 and MJ came up insistently with the same idea with FLG.
    Posted to General by Wilson Hines on Mon, Dec 30 2019
  • Re: Reformed Logos Users Group on Facebook

    I wasn't referring to MJ. I should have made that clear. MJ, in my opinion, just seems to want to push FL groups on me so hard for whatever reason of allegiance. I think MJ just wants FLG to work so bad. FLG is a great idea, but there's no impetus by the users of Logos to use it, IMHO.
    Posted to General by Wilson Hines on Mon, Dec 30 2019
  • Re: Reformed Logos Users Group on Facebook

    I do appreciate somewhat of a defense by Doc and Disciple. I think the objections are baseless. I could well be wrong, but I actually think the core of the objection is nothing anymore complicated than a predilection against the Calvinist persuasion. I've seen it more overtly over even smaller issues. I'm sitting here looking at 65 people who have joined
    Posted to General by Wilson Hines on Mon, Dec 30 2019
  • Re: Reformed Logos Users Group on Facebook

    I seriously doubt that anybody joined because of this thread.
    Posted to General by Wilson Hines on Sun, Dec 29 2019
  • Re: Logos Reformed on Facebook

    As previously discussed, it may exist, but it doesn't breathe. Two years for the last post. Facebook can do a whole lot more.
    Posted to Reformed Products by Wilson Hines on Sun, Dec 29 2019
  • Re: Reformed Logos Users Group on Facebook

    I see that group now, but the last post was from 4 years ago.
    Posted to General by Wilson Hines on Sun, Dec 29 2019
  • Re: Reformed Logos Users Group on Facebook

    M.J. I'm just seeing various Reformed groups with varying group sizes from 2 to 33 and most of them with no posts in years, months, or once in the last month. I started this Facebook group yesterday and I have 50 or 51 members. I'm just being realistic, not trying to be hard to get along with here.
    Posted to General by Wilson Hines on Sun, Dec 29 2019
  • Re: Reformed Logos Users Group on Facebook

    Because, quite frankly, the reach of the Faithlife Platform is highly disjunctive and the reach is greatly restrictive. When I brought up this concept last year, it was brought up why not try using the Faithlife platform and I just find it a hard way to go. How many participants are there in the Faithlife group? In regards to deleting the thread, whatever
    Posted to General by Wilson Hines on Sun, Dec 29 2019
  • Re: Logos Reformed on Facebook

    Try this: https://www.facebook.com/groups/455981922012311/
    Posted to Reformed Products by Wilson Hines on Sun, Dec 29 2019
  • Re: Reformed Logos Users Group on Facebook

    Well, I'd like to delete it, but I now realize you can't delete it. Anyway, enjoy yourselves.
    Posted to General by Wilson Hines on Sun, Dec 29 2019
  • Re: Reformed Logos Users Group on Facebook

    Just to let you know, I'm going to delete the thread, because it has highly, highly offended SineNomine and Alberto Deluca. I disagree with your interpretation of the guidelines and I've seen other posts very similar. I hope that you all can sleep tight tonight knowing this a monster that no longer shows up in our Forums. Stuff like this is exactly
    Posted to General by Wilson Hines on Sun, Dec 29 2019
  • Re: Reformed Logos Users Group on Facebook

    This is not advertising to make money or sell anything. You know that. This is a group that is supporting other Logos users. There are a couple other groups on Facebook for other particular denominations or theological leanings. This is a group that can and will help people. You're up to post 13 now. Why are you begging to fight with me about this?
    Posted to General by Wilson Hines on Sun, Dec 29 2019
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