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God can handle our anger

So is being angry at God a sin?

I’ve come across this a couple times from some Christians, especially those from the Reformed/Calvinist end of the spectrum. 491 more words

Christianity

Does the Bible Teach Free Will? Jesse Morrell


A “reformed” woman just told me on My Facebook that she is:

“a Christian who actually believes every word of the bible and btw there’s no such thing as people having free will only God according to scripture”

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Book Review: PROOF

PROOF: Finding Freedom through the Intoxicating Joy of Irresistible Grace
Daniel Montgomery and Timothy Paul Jones
Zondervan, 2014, 224 pgs.

Preacher and writer Steve McCoy asked on Twitter what book one would recommend Christians should be required to read aside from the Bible, written in the last year. 753 more words

Bible

Silence, Absence, Changes and More

I have been conspicuously absent from the internet these days. I always got the feeling in the process or reading and writing blogs that I was sitting in an ivory tower telling all you people who are getting it wrong how to live. 1,179 more words

Christianity

Picketing a Place of Worship

A bunch of people plan to carry signs in a demonstration outside a Belleville, Washington church on Sunday morning. That’s hardly news. Heck, Fred Phelps was doing that for years. 413 more words

Church

Calvinism

I also tried Calvinism, he’s right, it doesn’t work.  Calvinism is disrespectful of God’s principles and character.   It’s a doctrine of devils.   God is a loving God, and would never elect certain people to be saved above others for no reason – that is an angry, vengeful God. 376 more words

Calvinism

Charles Hodge On The Doctrine Of Redemption

“The Scriptures teach us that the Son of God, the brightness of the Father’s glory, and the express image of his person, who thought it not robbery to be equal with God, became flesh, and subjected himself to the very law to which we were bound; that he perfectly obeyed that law, and suffered its penalty, and thus, by satisfying its demands, delivered us from its bondage, and introduced us into the glorious liberty of the sons of God. 135 more words

Reformed Theology