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The Ignatius Press Theology and Discipleship Collection (8 vols.) brings together notable modern-day Catholic figures—apologists, theologians, speakers, writers, and evangelists—and invites you into a more intimate adoration of Christ and knowledge of God.

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  • NathanPriddis : I also suspect it had wider influence. If you slow down long enough to think it over, it’s actually a logical extension of Calvinism. I personaly am fascinated by this concept’s history and wish I knew more. Did you ever have first hand encounters or knowledge? Yes. Been round the block a few times. William Branham, a major post-war healing revivalist was largely the inspiration for the founder of my former church to go into revival-healing ministries back in the late 40s. He even “borrowed slogans and entire sermons. While most of the daffy theology that came from William Branham had died out before the 70s when I joined, you still had a bit of holdover from those days. Mostly, they attached the “serpent seed to any woman that was seen as “uppity. Woman in pants, “Bobbed hair and Women preachers were all seen as symptoms of this seed. So were people who “left the ministry. It finally imploded 7 years ago. Arnold Murray of Shepherd”s Chapel also holds this theology, as well as much of the “British Israel movement. I am in a much better place now, but I giggle at some of this thread, because virtually 100% of women in our church wear head coverings all the time. But relax, my wife is a trustee. J.M.

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