Interestingly there is no “whosoever” whatsoever in John 3:16.
Dr. James White illustrates the fact that “Pas ho pisteuwn” does not equal “ 173 more words
I am currently in Seminary and I thought it would be interesting to post my responses to this week’s assignment questions or “discussion board posts.” I have another blog post that I want to write but I have not yet find the time to do it. 738 more words
For the past couple of months I have been slowly working through George Zemek’s book A Biblical Theology of the Doctrines of Sovereign Grace. I have been encouraged by the careful scholarship of the author. 96 more words
The doctrine of election should humble us like no other doctrine. It is evident from the following two passages that Jesus imparted life only to those to whom the Kingdom is given, as only those would have ears to hear to understand the meaning of the parables. 353 more words
I introduced yet another theological term at our January Key Team Meeting. “Cooperative Grace” is the idea (not really a doctrine) that we use to describe how we work with God in advancing the reign of Jesus in our lives, the lives of our friends and on our campuses. 434 more words
It is a gift of God’s grace that the good news of His grace never stays silent for long. There have been several “dark ages” in the past where the light of His grace appears to have been snuffed out by those who would lead us to believe that salvation comes with our cooperation and obedience to the law. 890 more words