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God's Choice vs. Man's Choice (2 of 2)

(Continued from yesterday)

Yesterday we examined 3 out of 4 combinations of God’s choice versus man’s. Let’s look at the last one today:

4. God bypasses the person, but he chooses to receive Christ: 504 more words


God's Choice vs. Man's Choice (1 of 2)

Q. Seems to me that allowing men to choose does not eliminate God’s sovereignty. God in His sovereignty allows man to exercise his free will in the matter of accepting Christ, just like He allows man to decide things in his every day life. 737 more words


Future Calvinist Documentary Predestined to Receive 5 Points from Christianity Today

Port St. Lucie, FL – Les Lanphere’s Kickstarter campaign to fund his “Calvinist Documentary Film” quickly raised more than enough funds to make his movie with many days to spare. 151 more words


Paul and the Christian life (6) Tara Beth Leach

The penultimate chapter in The Apostle Paul and the Christian Life: ethical and missional implications of the New Perspective is by Tara Beth Leach on ‘A Symphonic Melody: Wesleyan-Holiness Theology meets New-Perspective Paul’ 698 more words


If Calvinists were Consistent they would be Arminians or Antinomians

By Jesse Morrell


This was a post I made in my Facebook theology discussion group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheologyDiscussionGroup/

I wrote:

Even apart from the scriptures that teach such, the doctrine that salvation can be forfeited through sin is a logical conclusion of the necessity of repentance from sin as a precondition for forgiveness. 230 more words

What is an Arminian?

Arminians and Calvinists have coexisted in the Southern Baptist Convention from its inception in 1845. While individuals from both camps have not always played nicely with each other, the general cooperation among the majority has been arguably quite productive over seventeen decades. 562 more words

General Musing

Southern Baptists, Arminians, and Calvinists

Within Southern Baptist churches there exists a variety of people who claim to be Arminians or Calvinists. In my experience, many of these individuals do not actually affirm many of the propositions that are included in the historic theological systems represented by those names. 408 more words

General Musing