Depth of Buc-ee’s

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  1. Robert

    Hello Tim
    I pray that your physical health is well. I have doubts about your spiritual soundness.

    I read your article about children being born “sinners” and my heart sunk with sadness. The sad part is that you believe it therefore you think you have a right to teach such egregious error publicly .

    The other part that’s sad is that others will read it and believe it, and ignorantly spread that lie.

    I suggest that you read the narrative about David’s sin with bathasheba and don’t miss (2 Sam. 12:22-23). If you miss the point, send me an email and we will discuss it.

    I thankful that you are interested in the things of God. Remember that Jesus was 100% human and he was sinless.

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    1. It is interesting that you refer to David, for it is from Psalm 51 that develops the concept of total depravity. David admits to God that he was conceived and brought forth in iniquity (Psalm 51:5). As for the passage you refer to, David is simply saying he is going to the place of the dead. He is not declaring the child’s eternal destination.

      Yes, Jesus was 100 percent human and sinless, he was also 100 percent God. If you really believe that we are born sinless, and can live a sinless life, then would it not be cruel that Jesus had to die on the cross for our sins?

      Allow me to answer: yes it would. If we can obtain any level of sinlessness, then the death of Jesus was in vain. But we cannot because we are all born in iniquity. See Romans 3:10ff and you will see that there is no goodness in any of us. That is why we needed a Savior, one that was both fully man, to represent us on the cross, and one that was fully God, to bear up under the Father’s wrath as it was poured out.

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