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    It is now too long to include on my siggy so I am going to initiate this thread and put a link in my siggy to reference this:

    For Clarification during regular discussion here on the FFF, please refer to the following:

    1. IFB - "Independent Fundamental Baptists." These are Baptists who affirm the fundamentals and choose not to affiliate themselves with the SBC, ABC or any other convention. These do not include Primitive, Reformed, or Conservative Baptists who identify themselves as specific group within Baptists. Historically, IFBs are those who have broken fellowship with the SBC, ABC, or NBC and continue not to affiliate themselves with these coventions

    2. IFBx - "Independent Fundamental Baptist Extreme." Certain "Freak-tards" who identify themselves as IFB and promote extra-biblical and unbiblical positions and regard loyalty to such as the supreme test of fellowship!

    3. IAF - "I AM FREEEEEEE!" Those who rightfully assert their grace and liberty in Christ and eschew bondage to "Legalism" or "Externalism." Many of the IAF crowd has separated themselves from the IFBx Crowd but some may still affiliate themselves as IFB.

    4. IAFx - "I AM FREEEEEE! Extreme." Certain "Freak-tards" whose emphasis on petty divisive issues makes them little to no different than the IFBx crowd they spew their venom towards! IAFx also includes the true Antinomians who flaunt their so-called "Liberty" and turn the grace of God into Lasciviousness!

    5. (EDIT) It should also be clearly noted that there are "TARDS" in any group you may wish to point to or identify yourself with!
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    5. Texan IFB'S (all of the above)






    (BTW, "reformed" Baptists have little or no "group identity". SBC has the Founder's Movement (thousands of Baptists who are reformed in soteriology). Most reformed are totally independent and way more fundamental than most fundamentalists!! Just so you know.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bob Griffin View Post
    5. Texan IFB'S (all of the above)






    (BTW, "reformed" Baptists have little or no "group identity". SBC has the Founder's Movement (thousands of Baptists who are reformed in soteriology). Most reformed are totally independent and way more fundamental than most fundamentalists!! Just so you know.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas Bluesman View Post
    3. IAF - Those who rightfully assert their grace and liberty in Christ and eschew bondage to "Legalism" or "Externalism." Many of the IAF crowd has separated themselves from the IFBx Crowd but some may still affiliate themselves as IFB.

    4. IAFx - Certain "Freak-tards" whose emphasis on petty divisive issues makes them little to no different than the IFBx crowd they spew their venom towards! IAFx also includes the true Antinomians who flaunt their so-called "Liberty" and turn the grace of God into Lasciviousness!
    IAF sounds like me, and I'm sure some of the IFBx crowd thinks I'm IAFx.

    I'm curious: What does IAF stand for?
    Big-time negotiators, false healers and woman haters
    Masters of the bluff and masters of the proposition
    But the enemy I see wears a cloak of decency
    All non-believers and men stealers talkin' in the name of religion
    And there's a slow, slow train comin' up around the bend.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bob Griffin View Post
    5. Texan IFB'S (all of the above)






    (BTW, "reformed" Baptists have little or no "group identity". SBC has the Founder's Movement (thousands of Baptists who are reformed in soteriology). Most reformed are totally independent and way more fundamental than most fundamentalists!! Just so you know.)
    I have met many reformed Baptists including those associated with the Founder's Movement and like them for the most part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Izdaari View Post
    I'm curious: What does IAF stand for?
    "I Am FREEEEEEE!"

    IAF Theme Song:

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nR7bBEBIC9g"]YouTube- I Am Free (Newsboys) 2007[/ame]
    Last edited by Texas Bluesman; 11-17-2009 at 04:18 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas Bluesman View Post
    "I Am FREEEEEEE!"

    IAF Theme Song:

    YouTube- I Am Free (Newsboys) 2007
    Cool! I like the Newsboys, and I like that song!

    I'm not a Baptist though, and the IAF label may have Baptist associations that don't apply to me.

    Big-time negotiators, false healers and woman haters
    Masters of the bluff and masters of the proposition
    But the enemy I see wears a cloak of decency
    All non-believers and men stealers talkin' in the name of religion
    And there's a slow, slow train comin' up around the bend.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bob Griffin View Post
    5. Texan IFB'S (all of the above)


    Come and take it!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas Bluesman View Post
    It is now too long to include on my siggy so I am going to initiate this thread and put a link in my siggy to reference this:

    For Clarification during regular discussion here on the FFF, please refer to the following:

    1. IFB - Independent Fundamental Baptists. These are Baptists who affirm the fundamentals and choose not to affiliate themselves with the SBC, ABC or any other convention. These do not include Primitive, Reformed, or Conservative Baptists who identify themselves as specific group within Baptists. Historically, IFBs are those who have broken fellowship with the SBC, ABC, or NBC and continue not to affiliate themselves with these coventions

    2. IFBx - Certain "Freak-tards" who identify themselves as IFB and promote extra-biblical and unbiblical positions and regard loyalty to such as the supreme test of fellowship!

    3. IAF - Those who rightfully assert their grace and liberty in Christ and eschew bondage to "Legalism" or "Externalism." Many of the IAF crowd has separated themselves from the IFBx Crowd but some may still affiliate themselves as IFB.

    4. IAFx - Certain "Freak-tards" whose emphasis on petty divisive issues makes them little to no different than the IFBx crowd they spew their venom towards! IAFx also includes the true Antinomians who flaunt their so-called "Liberty" and turn the grace of God into Lasciviousness!
    IAR&F - I Am Reforming & Free - That would be me...and many others on this forum.
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    I don't think I fit in any of those categories ... hmm!
    War Eagle!!!



    One more time ... everyone please read aloud together!

    • You're = the contraction for you are. Used in a sentence - You're not very bright are you.
    • Your = shows possession. Used in a sentence - Your misuse of the contraction you're is grossly offensive.

 

 
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