From: Matthew Ashley Morgan (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Oct 19 1995 - 21:16:03 EDT
>On Thu, 19 Oct 1995, Eric Weiss wrote:
>> At the risk of adding fuel to a finally-dying fire, it seems to me that
>> who are cessationists with regard to the spiritual gifts are actually
>> "liberals" in this regard (though they usually consider themselves to be
>> theological conservatives), whereas those who believe things should continue
>> as they were in the beginning of the church are the true "conservatives" in
>> this area of theology. Maybe what one means by "liberal" and "conservative"
>> is in the eye of the belabeler. But perhaps my biases are showing ....
> With regard to the cessationist position on biblical
>interpretation, as that position is practiced today, I would suggest that
>it is rather an extreme form of dispensationalism than a form of
>liberalism. But to discuss this, it would be necessary to quite a ways
>toward the theological side of the spectrum, so I'll forbear.
>David L. Moore Southeastern Spanish District
>Miami, Florida of the Assemblies of God
>firstname.lastname@example.org Department of Education
>I think we can see here exactly what I said about the whole 'Q' issue.
Even on a Greek list, it is impossible to seperate GREEK INTERPRETATION from
PRESUPPOSITIONS! Thank you Eric and David for pointing this out, even if I
do disagree with both of you! <Sorry Dave for accidentally sending it to
your personal address>
The Master's College
Newhall CA 91322
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