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September 05, 2012


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Steve Martin

My all time favorite sermon is one that states that there is nothing we can do to become a child of God.

I'm not a very big fan of 'how-to' Christianity. But I do admire their zeal.

Thanks, Selah.


Hey Steve, I took out your link. Listened to it, but I am a Baptist, so didn't have scripture to look at with it and therefore, well...I'm more inclined to say that one of my all-time favorite sermons is from Romans 10:9 "Romans 10:9 That if you confess with your mouth, "Jesus is Lord," and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved." And since your sermon message indicted the possibility of man being able to "believe", I felt it didn't speak to either my post or to what may benefit the conversation here. If we cannot even agree on that which we can believe, what else needs saying other than I must disagree?

So you "are not a fan of how-to Christianity". Exactly what is How-to Christianity in your thinking? selahV

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