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Wish I could get a transcript of this. I’d like to hear your opinion. I believe he is an “on fire” for Christ minister, but some things I disagree with.
DR. Brown what is your opinion on Paul Washer.I could not find it.
Dear Dr. Brown,
My understanding that sin is not permitted nor is it present in Heaven. So, how is it that Lucifer could be with God and choose to leave God? How was Lucifer not satisfied with living in Heaven with God? On top of that 1/3 of the angels left God in favor of Lucifer!
Bob T., I believe I spoke about Paul in the first hour, but in short, he is a much-needed voice to the Church and the nation, rightly mentioned alongside friends and colleagues of mine like the late (and greatly missed) David Wilkerson and Leonard Ravenhill. We would have some theological differences in terms of Calvinism and the gifts of the Spirit, but I absolutely affirm the importance of the message he is bringing!
Paul Washer: “You say God cannot hate because He is love, but I say that God has to hate because He is love.”
I love what is good. Therefore, I hate what is bad and evil.
A caller asked about John 7:8,10
Which I think in many more modern translations some could say that Jesus seems to be lieing to his brothers due to the following:
8 You go up to the feast. I am not going up to this feast, for my time has not yet fully come…
10 But after his brothers had gone up to the feast, then he also went up, not publicly but in private.
I think the KJV renders this passage more accurately when it translates the passages in this way:
8 Go ye up unto this feast: I go not up yet unto this feast: for my time is not yet full come. …
10 But when his brethren were gone up, then went he also up unto the feast, not openly, but as it were in secret.
The King James includes the word ‘yet’ in verse 8 which a lot of other translations leave out. It’s a rendering of the Greek word ‘οὔπω’ – oupō, which lexicons have listed as meaning ‘not yet’ such as when it is used elsewhere in John 3:24 etc;
For John was not yet cast into prison.
There is a big difference between ‘not’ and ‘not yet’. If you told someone that you were ‘not’ going to a feast, but then went they might think you lied to them. But if you told someone that you were ‘not yet’ going to the feast, they wouldn’t think twice because you could very well show up later. This is just an instance where I feel the KJV has a truer rendering.
I am using an online lexicon and am no expert in greek so if anyone has more insight into this, awesome.
Thanks Dr. Brown.I think Paul Washer has a very good ministry.Though I am not a calvinest either.
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