Episode 33: From Inscrutability to Concursus

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      1. Thank you so much! I didn’t expect to be replying soon enough to get a free copy, but will enjoy having it and will pass it on sometime in the future to another pastor (probably my own) who will also benefit from it.

        Thanks again,
        send to:
        Jerry Milroy
        2028 Downing Drive
        Colorado Springs, CO 80909

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      2. I did a reply on the web, but just in case you need it here…

        Mail to:

        Jerry Milroy 2028 Downing Drive Colorado Springs, CO. 80909

        Thanks, Jerry

        Please excuse the brief note. This was sent from my iPad.

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  1. Thanks for broaching this important topic.
    Destructive heresies will arise from within the Church and we must be willing, ready and able to refute the errors by defending the Truth. (2 Peter 1:1-3)
    I would have liked a more definitive answer to the questions raised during the dialog.
    BTW It was not easy for me to hear Dr. Stivason. He had important content that I had to listen to repeatedly before I could understand the words, to say nothing of the good content.

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    1. Thank you for your comments! Yes, we’re sorry Dr. Stivason was difficult to hear. He was struggling with a bad cold that day which did not help matters, and I’m afraid the mic was not picking up his voice as well as we thought.

      To get those more definitive answers, you can read the book as you have won a free copy. Please send your address to threeguystheologizing @gmail.com.

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  2. Thanks for the excellent interview!

    One question for the podcast would be: Do we see any concursive operation in the prophetic literature? I believe Warfield presents the prophets as receiving their messages in a more dictated fashion than say, the writers of the epistles. In many cases this seems evident. However, it seems that at times, the prophetic person is not absent from the prophetic oracles. Jeremiah would be perhaps the clearest example of this, though there would be other examples.

    Thanks!

    Joel Hart

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