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May 14, 2004



You say you studied religion and are still a Baptist. I think you should read your Scripture more closely - it would help you. Where do you find sola scriptura in Scripture? You don't. It says in response to being asked what to do to be saved - "Repent and be baptized...." It also leads one to know that they can lose their salvation . I would hope you would read more closely - with a more open mind. God bless you!


I have posted a response to your comment and entitled it "Sola Scriptura". I'm just adding this comment in case you're checking this page to see if I've responded.


You're awesome.

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  • C. S. Lewis: Mere Christianity

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