Atonement

J. C. Thibodaux, “The Cancer in Calvinism”

, posted by Martin Glynn

From the outset I want to make it clear that I’m not asserting that Calvinism is heresy, as I consider most Calvinists to be genuine brothers and sisters. This post is rather about a serious…

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Kevin R.K. Davis, “Powerful Grace”

, posted by Martin Glynn

GRACE: GOD WILL GET HIS WAY In my dips in Calvinism, the word “grace” for me became a much more active, powerful force in the Kingdom of God. If it was inevitable, going to do…

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Roy Ingle, “Not All Puritans Were Calvinist!”

, posted by SEA

I wanted to give a quick post about an excellent book edited by John Wagner entitled, Redemption Redeemed: A Puritan Defense of an Unlimited Atonement.  The book is edited by John and features the biblical defense of the…

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Roy Ingle, “Book On Unlimited Atonement”

, posted by SEA

Along with many books that I have been reading on World War II, I have also been reading the classic book by Robert Lightner entitled The Death Christ Died. The book is a book that seeks to…

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Addressing Calvinist Responses To 2 Peter 3:9

, posted by Evan Minton

One of the most popular passages stating God’s universal salvific will (i.e that God desires every human individual to be saved) is 2 Peter 3:9. 2 Peter 3:9 states that God “is not willing that any should perish,…

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