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Love Outside Eden’s Borders

By Jeff Mallinson

Is he the one? Is she the one? These are age old questions that some college students still ask today. 1,569 more words

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THE ABSURDITY OF FALLEN MAN'S 'FREE-WILL'

THE ABSURDITY OF FALLEN MAN’S ‘FREE-WILL’

C.H. Spurgeon

It has already been proved beyond all controversy that FREE-WILL IS NONSENSE. Freedom cannot belong to will any more than ponderability can belong to electricity. 259 more words

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LUTHER, ERASMUS AND ‘THE BONDAGE OF THE WILL’

LUTHER, ERASMUS AND  ‘THE BONDAGE OF THE WILL’

“There are few books which written over 400 years ago are still applicable today; Martin Luther’s masterpiece, The Boncage of the Will, is one of those books. 512 more words

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Gluten Free: Poison for the Soul

By Cindy Koch

Once upon a time, I ate pizza and enjoyed every bite of it. My favorite part, of course, is the crust. Hot, buttery, perfectly tender, melt in your mouth pizza crust. 647 more words

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Drowning to Live

By Scott Keith

Most of my teenage and adult life, I have been a certified lifeguard; though my certifications have now expired. I was first certified in 1987 when I was 15 years old, and last certified in 2007 at the age of 38. 910 more words

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Free Ebook- Man's Will Free Yet Bound by Walter J. Chantry

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In this booklet, Walter Chantry explains the Biblical view of man’s will. He notes at the very beginning that, “A proper understanding of the content of the gospel and the use of God-honoring methods in evangelism are dependent on one’s grasp of this issue.” Using Matthew 12:33-37, in easy-to-understand terms Chantry carefully lays out the case under four headings: 1) man’s will has a certain freedom, 2) man’s will is not sovereign, 3) man’s will is in bondage to sin, and 4) man’s will is not his hope. 60 more words

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A Strange Freedom

By Paul Koch

The other day I was driving with my wife listening to talk radio, which depending on my mood can often be a very interactive experience. 1,417 more words

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