Romans 9-11

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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Romans – Who is Paul addressing?

, posted by kingswoodhart

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

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Romans 9-11: Structure and Summary

, posted by kingswoodhart

This is part of a series of posts on Romans. Click here for the contents page. So having established some relevant background and key terms for chapters 9-11, let’s now focus on these chapters, which form the…

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New Calvinist Bible – Romans 8-11 (satire)

, posted by kingswoodhart

The following post is a satire, written from the perspective of an overzealous Calvinist. This post is part of a series on the New Calvinist Bible (NCB) – a new bible translation designed to show…

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Arminian Principles for Interpreting Romans 9

, posted by Kevin Jackson

Romans 9 is often the “go to” text for Calvinists. They hold that it is about individual election to salvation — that God unconditionally chooses to save certain individuals, and that he unconditionally rejects and…

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Romans 9 in the Wider Context of Pauline Thought

, posted by murrayvasser

In a recent essay, I argued that John Piper fails in his attempt to reconcile the doctrine that God desires all to be saved with the doctrine of unconditional election. However, one may reply that…

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James Morison, Commentary on Romans 9-10

, posted by SEA

Please click on the attachment to view James Morison, Exposition of the Ninth Chapter of the Epistle to the Romans: A New Edition, Re-written, to which is Added an Exposition of the Tenth Chapter (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1888).

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Thomas McCall, “I Believe in Divine Sovereignty”

, posted by SEA

This article critiques a popular Calvinistic view of God’s sovereignty as represented by John Piper and can be applied to the standard view of Calvinism, i.e., exhaustive determinism, which includes God’s unconditional decree of all sin and evil.

Please click on the attachment to view Thomas McCall, “I Believe in Divine Sovereignty”, Trinity Journal 29/2 (Fall 2008) 205-226.

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David Pawson – Audio Series on Romans 9-11

, posted by Kevin Jackson

Here is a good audio series on Romans 9, 10, and 11 by historian / preacher David Pawson. The series is not specifically about Calvinism or Arminianism, however, the subject of the nature of election…

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Dennis McCallum, Exegesis of Romans 9 and Romans 9-11

, posted by bossmanham

Lead pastor of Xenos Fellowship Dennis McCallum has presented what many consider a fascinating and very well done exegesis of Romans 9. Material that can be found on his church’s website: “Romans 9: Predestination“Romans 9: Predestinat…

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