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The unequal yoke -Part 1

I have been very blessed by the ministry of Sermon Audio. There are many good reformed resources on the Sermon Audio website. There are sermons by stalwarts of the faith including Owen, Spurgeon, Lloyd-Jones, and Pink. 703 more words

The Perseverance of the Saints

“I give them eternal life, and they will never perish, and no one will snatch them out of my hand.” (John 10:28, ESV)

This statement reminds me of a conversation I once had with my best friend in high school.  316 more words

Gospel Of John

Why doesn't God answer our prayers for world peace?

Before we begin in earnest, let me present you with a paradox: why should we pray for God to move the hearts of many hardened political leaders in such a way as to orchestrate world peace, if we are among those who insist that our same God cannot move the heart of an individual in such a way as to orchestrate their acceptance of Christ? 3,349 more words

Christian

God's Purpose According To Election: Paul's Argument in Romans 9

Steven M. Baugh

The doctrine of predestination has fallen on hard times. Not that it was ever very popular. Given today’s theological climate, most Christians probably think that predestination – to the extent that they think about it at all – is an abstract, philosophical notion invented by a few cranks in the past.1 In reality, though, most of the famous adherents of the biblical doctrine of predestination, besides not being cranks, held to this belief because they were convinced that the Bible clearly teaches it.2… 3,662 more words

Why Some Arminians and Calvinists Need to Calm Down

I’ll be honest. Wading into the murky quagmire that is the debate between Arminians and Calvinists is about as exciting to me as getting my wisdom teeth pulled. 1,127 more words

Religion

I was brain washed with lies of the Arminian heresy for the first 32 years of my life. It  deeply embedded its self in to me.   688 more words

Arminian

Free Will and Moral Responsibility

by John M. Frame

There are two theories of free will that are often discussed in relation to ethical responsibility. The first is usually called “libertarianism,” and it is typical of Arminian theology. 1,470 more words