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Popular Myths About Grace

There is a lot of misinformation about the Doctrines of Grace available in the online world. I realize that in any theological discussion, there are often two people (or twenty) who agree on the main points, but disagree on minor ones. 650 more words

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None Is Righteous

I’ve read Romans several times in my life, but I have to admit that I’ve often read it quickly and without much consideration. It is a rather “wordy” epistle, with many phrases that seem to contradict one another, unless you pause to consider each one within context. 336 more words

Devotional Thoughts

Paul Washer: Declaring Truth

Paul Washer addresses the psychological manipulation involved in the “altar call.”


What Does the Bible Say?

I’ve had a few negative responses to my latest blog posts. Most people were kind and sincerely wanted to know what I believe and why. They came, not armed and ready for war, but in kindness and Christian love. 499 more words

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Theological Commitments of the Biblical Gospel: Preserving True Saints to the End

Preservation of the True Saints

This doctrine will have an impact when we come across a person (whether inside or outside of the church) who says that they received Christ as Savior at an earlier time, but that they have “backslidden” or lost their salvation and need to be saved again (or similarly, “rededicate my life to Christ”). 284 more words

Christian Living

What To Do When Your Husband Becomes a Heretic {Part 1}

You hear your husband utter the following words:  “Honey, I think that Calvinism might be the truth.”

Step 1: Pause to see if he might be joking. 823 more words

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What To Do When Your Husband Becomes a Heretic {Part 2}

Previously on Valerie Write Now: Part 1.

Step 8: Decide to do a bit of research on the topic of Calvinism before discussing it again. Obviously, your husband has been reading and studying the subject for some time. 1,179 more words

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