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Responding to Supernatural Part II: Free Will

Introduction:

It is imperative one reads the first blog of this series prior to continuing in order to understand my heart and purpose. In that blog responding to Heiser’s book, I covered the issue of sovereignty (God’s decree and plan.) In this blog, I will focus on the other issue Dr. 2,573 more words

Exegesis

The Bondage of the Will

Anthony Burgess
Treatise on Original Sin
Part 3, Chapter 4, Section 5.

Of the Natural Servitude and Bondage of the Will, with a brief Discussion of the Point of Free will. 14,847 more words

Article

Pollution of the Will by Original Sin

Anthony Burgess
Treatise on Original Sin
Part 3, Chapter 4, Section 4.

SECT. IV.

The Defilement of the Will in its Affections and Properties, or the sinful Adjuncts inseparably cleaving unto it. 8,759 more words

Article

The Corruption of the Will in All its Operations

Anthony Burgess
Treatise on Original Sin
Part 3, Chapter 4, Section 3.

SECT. III.

¶. 1.

The Corruption of the Will in all its several Operations. 9,691 more words

Article

The Nature and Capacity of Man's Will

Anthony Burgess
Treatise on Original Sin
Part 3, Chapter 4, Sections 1-2.

SECT. I.

The will is the proper subject and seat of all our sin. 4,598 more words

Article

The Bondage of the Will

John 1:12-13, But as many as received Him, He gave to them the ability to become children of God, to those who believe in His name, who were born not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but of God  197 more words

Lutheran

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

Biblical Doctrines