Monthly Archives For July 2016

Calvinists Concerned about the Salvation of Arminians

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[Editor’s note: What is said in this post about Calvinists applies only to some Calvinists, not all.] Google-search “Are Arminians saved?” and you will discover how so very concerned Calvinists are regarding the possibility of…

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Causal vs. Social Centered — Part II: Election

, posted by Martin Glynn

The question of election isn’t whether or not God chooses who to save, but whether or not He does so unconditionally. The question is whether or not our differences on this question are grounded in…

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Determinism in the Hebrew Scriptures: Hosea

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What scholars refer to as the Minor Prophets, which include the books following the prophet Daniel (from Hosea to Malachi), we discover that the consistent theme of God’s sovereignty and humanity’s relative free will remain…

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Causal vs Social Centered — Part I: Glory

, posted by Martin Glynn

What Is Centeredness I have often heard it said by Calvinists that they are God centered while we are man centered. Now as far as I have seen, they’ve never really given a definition about…

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Determinism in the Hebrew Scriptures: Daniel

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The prophet Daniel offers believers a startling portrait of our sovereign God while faithfully maintaining the biblical truth of genuine human freedom and responsibility. His doctrine of God’s sovereignty appears methodically organized in the exact…

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Determinism in the Hebrew Scriptures: Ezekiel

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As should be expected, the prophet Ezekiel promotes the same theoretical unCalvinistic and libertarian worldview as do both prophets Isaiah and Jeremiah. This is not surprising, given the notion of Scripture as being wholly agreeable,…

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Steve Sewell, “Elect Bride”

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All Scripture quotations are from the 1901 American Standard Version unless otherwise noted. The Bride of Christ – A Picture of Corporate Election The fact that we, as the Church, are identified as the “Bride”…

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