Faith

FWS Podcast: The Gift of Faith

, posted by Remonstrance

If you cannot see the player above follow one of these links: Apple Podcasts or Stitcher This is a sermon by Dr. Vic Reasoner titled, “The Gift of Faith.”  

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FWS Podcast: Saving Faith

, posted by Remonstrance

If you cannot see the player above follow one of these links: Apple Podcasts or Stitcher This is a sermon by Dr. Vic Reasoner titled, “Saving Faith.” It is both theological and practical.  

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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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Roy Ingle, “Justification By Faith”

, posted by SEA

“Salvation is from our side a choice; from the divine side it is a seizing upon, an apprehending, a conquest by the Most High God. Our accepting and willing are reactions rather than actions.” -A.W….

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Kevin RK Davis, “How Can Faith Be A Gift?”

, posted by Martin Glynn

A HAIR’S BREADTH It has been mentioned elsewhere on this blog, predominantly some of the stationary pages on the menu up top – that Arminianism and Calvinism aren’t opposing theologies. If this is news, read…

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Why Does One Person Believe and Another Does Not?

, posted by SEA

On his website, Arminian Perspectives, Ben Henshaw has a questions page at which he answers questions about Arminianism and Calvinism that visitors to his site pose in the comment section of the page. The following is a…

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Two Views on Romans 9

, posted by murrayvasser

  I believe interpretation B is superior to interpretation A for several reasons, but the following three are the most important: 1) In Rom 9:6-9, Paul is returning again to an argument he already made…

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When Does The Day End?

, posted by Martin Glynn

I’ve been thinking about this question for a little while now, but what actually determines when the day ends? I don’t mean physically, but rhetorically, like when someone says, “At the end of the day…

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