Election

Romans 11:7-10 – Who are the elect?

, posted by kingswoodhart

This is part of a series of posts on Romans. The main focus of this series will be chapters 9-11 of the letter. These chapters, particularly chapter 9, have been interpreted in various different ways….

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Romans 9-11: Key terms and categories

, posted by kingswoodhart

This is part of a series of posts on Romans. The main focus of this series will be chapters 9-11 of the letter. These chapters, particularly chapter 9, have been interpreted in various different ways….

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Romans 9-11: Structure and summary

, posted by kingswoodhart

This is part of a series of posts on Romans. The main focus of this series will be chapters 9-11 of the letter. These chapters, particularly chapter 9, have been interpreted in various different ways….

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God, Predestination & Foreknowledge

, posted by jeremyo1610

I recently heard someone say that God is watching and waiting, to see what we are going to do and what choices we will make. This person went on to say that because God is…

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Steve Sewell, “Commentary on Romans 11”

, posted by Steve Sewell

All Scripture quotations are from the 1901 American Standard Version unless otherwise noted.   Introduction Romans 11 is one of the most important chapters in the New Testament regarding the doctrine of election, Israel and…

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“(Re)Thinking through Romans 9”

, posted by AndrewH

Share This: Via Twitter   |  Via Facebook *All scripture quotations are from NASB, unless otherwise noted.   In his song “Context”, Calvinist recording artist Flame says: “exegesis is the careful systematic study of scripture for the…

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Can God Love All People?

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Calvinist John Piper answers the question he himself frames and thus poses: “Why can’t God eternally love those who don’t believe in Him?” (link) Is there not at least one obvious and inherent flaw in…

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Rich Davis, “Calvinism’s Gospel Tautology”

, posted by SEA

Christians of every stripe agree that Christ’s substitutionary and atoning work on Calvary’s cross is marvelous beyond comprehension. It is an act of unspeakable mercy, condescension, and grace—on the human level, wholly unearned and uninitiated,…

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