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336324. daniel said in March 1st, 2018

On a new article by Eugene Prewitt (Feb. 5, 2018), I wrote this in response to the article: “Why does the author bother quoting Scripture, when he believes the words written in it are from his uncles?”
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He responded: “Words by the uncles are the way that inspired persons express their inspired ideas. And they are helped by the Spirit in this work such that their sentences are completely true, just as they would have been had they chosen different words to express the same thought. That is and has been my position. Thanks for asking.”
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To which I basically agreed, pointing out that the words are God’s words.
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Either he, or someone else on that forum had written earlier: “”The effect of inspiration was to move the authors so as to produce the words God wanted. In this view the human writers’ individual backgrounds, personal traits, and literary styles were authentically theirs, but had been providentially prepared by God for use as his instrument in producing Scripture”.”
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I agree with that too.
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So finally, it looks like basically we agree on this issue. Weird.
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Gerry Wagoner himself wrote in a comment 3 months ago: “Throughout history (including Luther’s day), pure doctrine came from the plain simple sense of the inspired words of Scripture—that “is” means what it plainly and simply says.”
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So we see he believe the words are “inspired” too, just as I believe, thus refuting one of the reasons Eugene Prewitt gave for writing the article condemning me.
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May they both repent, and follow Jesus’ pure, holy, inspired words.

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