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myfirstLove
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Hi Pilgim,

Sure that's fine. I simply asked people to comment on the article, and if they disagree with it, to show where it is wrong. Everyone seems to have done exactly the opposite. That was the purpose of the thread.

If you'd like to comment on it I'd like to hear it.

IN Christ,

Sean


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Lisa

 2012/2/6 13:32Profile
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Hi Blain,

Actually I used to post a lot under the handle of "sscott". I will say that having read many of your post, you quite frequently appeal to martyrs when discussing doctrine. On more than one occasion I've seen you say something about how people are suffering here or dying over there for Christ, and here people on the forum are simply discussing doctrine. As if one negates the other. Like I said, Paul suffered more than any of us and was quite familiar with persecution but he still saw fit to address issues related to the church and worship...ie, doctrine.

You said: "Cor.7:1 he says 'Now for the matters you wrote about'. The rest of the book addresses the matters of marriage, Christian freedom, head covering, Lords supper, spiritual gifts, and the resurrection of believers. Thus from my observation the head covering issue was a peculiar issue to the Corithian church not binding to the other churches."

So if head coverings is peculiar to the Corinthian church, is the Lord's supper, spiritual gifts, and the resurrection of believers peculiar to the Corinthian Church as well? They all follow 1 Cor 7:1. I'm curious as to how you differentiate as to what's for the Corinthians and what's for everyone.

Thanks...

IN Christ,

Sean


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 2012/2/6 13:39Profile
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If you'd like to comment on it I'd like to hear it.

IN Christ,

Sean



Thanks, I already commented on page 2. What do you think about 1 Corinthians 11:14-15?

“Does not even nature itself teach you that if a man has long hair, it is a dishonor to him? But if a woman has long hair, it is a glory to her; for her hair is given to her for a covering”

 2012/2/6 14:09Profile
myfirstLove
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Hi Pilgrim,

You said: "Thanks, I already commented on page 2. What do you think about 1 Corinthians 11:14-15? "

Read the section of the article title "But isn’t a woman’s hair given to her to serve as a head covering (v. 15)? Does not a woman’s long hair qualify as a head covering."

The issue is completely addressed. What do you think about what the article says about this?


You said: "Things we don't do anymore.
Greet one another with a brotherly kiss."

Read the last section of the article titled:

" What about Paul’s command to “greet one another with a brotherly kiss”? If we conclude that the woman’s head covering is a transcultural commandment, then is the brotherly kiss a transcultural command as well? Is this command to greet brothers with a kiss a command that is binding upon us today"

This has also been covered. What do you think about what the article says on this?



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Lisa

 2012/2/6 14:33Profile
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I just read your whole post.

Forgive me if I bail out of this now.

Pilgrim

 2012/2/6 15:13Profile









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Ahhh... head coverings! Now here is a new topic on SI that we have never discussed before!

Krispy

 2012/2/6 15:43
myfirstLove
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"Ahhh... head coverings! Now here is a new topic on SI that we have never discussed before!

Krispy"

Can you name any topic that probably hasn't been discussed before on this forum?

I've actually never been part of a discussion about this topic on sermonindex before. Apparently not everyone is in the same boat.


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 2012/2/6 16:06Profile
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That's fair enough Sean.

Use this google search and you will find many discussions on this topic.

sermonindex: head coverings

 2012/2/6 16:11Profile









 Re: Head Coverings??

1 Corinthians 11:1-16 (KJV)

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Be ye followers of me, even as I also am of Christ. Now I praise you, brethren, that ye remember me in all things, and keep the ORDINANCES, as I delivered them to you.



This is beautiful, this is just wonderful. Did you notice the word ORDINANCES? oh man this is just lovely.

Brother Sean, haven't you noticed that the same group of people who claim to love him (Our savior) are the same group that reject his commandments?

 2012/2/6 16:25
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Brother Sean, haven't you noticed that the same group of people who claim to love him (Our savior) are the same group that reject his commandments?



Easy there, theEphah. The way that this reads, it almost seems like you are questioning the love for God from those who don't agree with a particular interpretation about an ordinance from a single passage that may or may not be understood correctly.

My wife and I don't adhere to the interpretation that the New Testament requires women to wear a piece of cloth on their heads. However, it would be unbelievably wrong and presumptuous to imply that neither of us truly love the Lord with all of our hearts, souls, mind and strength.

Most of us would immediately adhere to such a requirement if we actually understood it to be one. However, many of us do not believe that this single passage is meant to restrict women from being physically cloth-free (atop the hair) in this world. Yet, we love the Lord with every last fiber of our being.

This is the danger in all of these discussions. We shouldn't judge someone's heart or eternal state when they are sincerely following the Lord with a clear conscience. While some might not adhere to our personal views about such matters, it doesn't give us the power to suggest that their love is merely a "claim."


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