I lived in Westminster/Arvada/Frederick before I moved up here to Montana. I still have a lot of friends and some family in the Denver area. BTW, do you know Doug Wilkinson? I think he may be in your neck of the woods. I haven't seen him on here in a while but he always has insightful observations.
The Error of Replacement Theology. I have never thought of Predestination this way before. Must say it throw me for a loop. I,m from a Reformed back ground so you can see how this would be a totally new chain of thought for me. I do see the truth in it, though, that's not to say I don't have a bunch of Questions running through my mind. We've been taught that Predestination conflict's with free will. So, my question: Does this view conflict with a Reformed view of God's alone and sovereign work in Regeneration? Do you see man in his state of sin and death, still maintaining, an island of unaffected righteousness? I,m just not sure how all this works. Carl Cheers !