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The Most Serious and Severe Departure from the Faith in Our Day

April 27, 2017 | by: Sam Storms| 5 Comments

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Dave Hardy

May 1, 2017

Tanner's understanding of Jesus' death is not at all "soteriological"; it is "so teary illogical...."

Rob

Apr 29, 2017

Wouldn't one have to conclude, from Tanner's view, that the Father was incredibly unloving toward the Son to refuse the Son's prayer in Gethsemane to let that cup of horrible death He knew awaited Him pass from Him? Does she really mean the Father decided by fiat the Son would have to endure the cross, the lead-up to it, etc.? Impossible for me to imagine.

Richard

Apr 27, 2017

Where in the Bible, particularly in the New Testament, could she have gotten the idea that Christ's death on the cross does nothing for God's plan of salvation?

Bill Bremer

Apr 27, 2017

Tanner must feel broad minded and very enlightened. In spiritual reality she is so narrow minded her ears touch.

Dwayne

Apr 27, 2017

Could not agree more, Sam. A close second is the gospel presentation without a clear explanation of repentance and a changed nature. Ask Jesus into your heart seems to be missing from my Bible.

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