Belief Alone? Baptism for the Forgiveness of Sins? Aaron Gallagher & Trey Fisher Debate/Discussion 3

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Here are Aaron’s Links:

Early Church Writers – Proof the Early Church writers did not agree or teach what Trey teaches (Augustinianism, Calvinism, Reformed Theology).
1. Irenaeus, Against Heresies – For passages on Irenaeus and his statements on man having Freedom of Will to choose or reject God. Read Book IV Ch. 37, 39, 4

2. Justin Martyr, Dialogue w/ Trypho – Chapters 12-14 in context show Justin was telling Trypho, a Jew, that salvation was not in Jewish purification rites, but through the blood of Christ, contacted in baptism.

3. Justin Martyr, First Apology – Chapter 61 shows Justin Martyr taught christian baptism was for the forgiveness of sins. One contacted the blood of Christ and was regenerated spiritually at the time of their baptism.

4. Timestamps showing Trey changed positions from Debate 1 to Debate 2.
***Note these timestamps are not from this video, but prior discussions.
Discussion 1 Link –
Discussion 2 Link –

Does one have to call on the name of the Lord to be saved?
Trey says one must call on the name of the Lord to be saved from sin in Acts 22:16 and repeatedly claims the Greek connects washing away sins with calling on the Name of the Lord.
Discussion 1:
53:21-31, 56:00-20, 1:05:50, 57:40-59:30, 1:05:05-25, 1:10:20-1:10:45, 1:18:30-50ff, 1:33:58-1:34:08, 2:00:24-31.
Discussion 2:
25:10-30 & 1:05:18-40

Trey says you are saved at the point of belief, prior to calling on the name of the Lord. One does not need to call on the name of the Lord to be saved.
Discussion 2- 1:33:30ff, 1:35:15-27, 1:37:24-44, 1:38:45-1:40:22.
I show Trey his contradiction and Trey says “Great point, great point.”
Discussion 2

Is Ananias Inspired?
1. Trey says no, Debate 1 (1:35:10-20)
2. Trey says yes, Debate 2 (1:06:26-38)


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