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Freedom of the Will

While there are many definitions of free will, the Humanist view is the most common understanding of free will in society, and within the church. Free will is defined as the ability of an individual to make choices spontaneously. 1,952 more words

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A Review of The Bondage of the Will by Martin Luther

Review by Kyle Rapinchuk

In honor of the 500th anniversary of the 95 Theses, I decided to post an old review I wrote of Luther’s classic work, … 3,155 more words

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Dangerous Assumptions

By Paul Koch

We all do it. We all assume things. We assume things about our friends and family, about strangers and perceived enemies. Assumptions function as a sort of lazy shortcut so that we don’t have to do the hard work of actually engaging in the details of an argument or the context of a statement. 769 more words

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THE HINGE ON WHICH ALL THEOLOGY TURNS

THE HINGE ON WHICH ALL THEOLOGY TURNS

“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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BELIEVERS NOT SAVED BY THEIR DECISION

BELIEVERS NOT SAVED BY THEIR DECISION

preacher Gary Shepard

Believers are not saved by their “decision.” No, they are saved because God decided upon them, chose them in Christ and blessed them with all spiritual blessings in Him before the world began. 356 more words

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The Waiting Is the Hardest Part

By Bob Hiller

The waiting is the hardest part. 

Every day you see one more card. 

You take it on faith, you take it to the heart. 

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Gospeling Souls Right Into Hell

By Scott Keith

I recently heard a preacher say that it is possible for preachers and teachers to “Gospel souls right into hell.” I really don’t wish to mischaracterize or impugn what the preacher was trying to communicate, but, needless to say, I was a bit shocked. 1,058 more words

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