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Saving Grace Conference

Saving Grace Conference

, posted by SEA

Saving Grace Conference | Oakland Baptist Church, Corinth, MS January 9th & 10th, 2015 For whose sins did Jesus die? Who are the elect?  Is the sinner’s prayer biblical?  What exactly is T.U.L.I.P.?  These are…

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Fred Sanders

Fred Sanders, “Salvation and the Mission of God”

, posted by SEA

In this 2 part article, Wesleyan-Arminian scholar Dr. Fred Sanders talks about what Scripture says regarding the order of salvation and the atonement (part 1) and evangelism and cooperation in ministry (part 2). Please click on the…

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Seedbed

12 Bible Verses for the New Year

, posted by SEA

Happy new year! Whether you’re preparing a midnight church service, meditating on Scripture with your family, or entering your prayer closet, here are 12 bible verses for the new year. We pray that 2015 would…

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Thorns

God’s Exploitation of the Devil’s “Thorns”

, posted by SEA

God’s sovereignty should never be seen as unilaterally determining or decreeing the evil actions or intentions of free agents (human or demonic) before the foundation of the world. Rather God’s sovereignty is best understood as…

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H. Orton Wiley on Prevenient Grace

, posted by drwayman

H. Orton Wiley on Prevenient Grace Extended quotation provided by SEA member Roy Ingle PREVENIENT GRACE Before taking up the discussion of prevenient grace, it may be well to call attention to the fact that…

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God’s Sovereign Choice

, posted by drwayman

“You Arminians deny the sovereignty of God and you want all the credit for your salvation. You want man to play his part so that God doesn’t get all the glory.” These are common arguments…

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Child Evangelism and Calvinism

, posted by drwayman

This post taken from SBC Today addresses the need to help children of Calvinists who are confused about The Gospel. For example, it shares: “A tween who had renounced her former profession of faith was…

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