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The Reformed Doctrine of Predestination Chapter X-Total Inability-3- The Defects in Man's Common Virtues

The Reformed Doctrine Of Predestination

Chapter X

Total Inability

3. THE DEFECTS IN MAN’S COMMON VlRTUES

The unregenerate man can, through common grace, love his family and he may be a good citizen. 1,351 more words

Gospel

Calvinism or Reformed Theology

Putting the “I” in TULIP

IRRESISTIBLE GRACE (or Efficacious Grace) is when God calls his elect to salvation, they simply cannot resist.  Calvinists believe God offers the gospel to all people, but only the elect obey it. 6 more words

Reformed (Calvinist)

Calvinism or Reformed Theology

Putting the “U” in TULIP:

UNCONDITIONAL ELECTION (otherwise known as Unconditional Grace) is made up of two types of grace, namely:

1. Common Grace  100 more words

Truth

The Reformed Doctrine of Predestination Chapter X-Total Inability-2-The Extent and Effects of Original Sin

The Reformed Doctrine Of Predestination

Chapter X

Total Inability

2. THE EXTENT AND EFFECTS OF ORIGINAL SIN

This doctrine of Total Inability, which declares that men are dead in sin, does not mean that all men are equally bad, nor that any man is as bad as he could be, nor that any one in entirely destitute of virtue, nor that human nature is evil In Itself, nor that man’s spirit is inactive, and much less does it mean that the body is dead. 2,682 more words

Gospel

The Reformed Doctrine of Predestination Chapter X-Total Inability-1-Statement of the Doctrine

The Reformed Doctrine Of Predestination

Chapter X

Total Inability

1. Statement of the Doctrine. 2. The Extent and Effects of Original Sin. 3. The Defects in Man’s Common Virtues 4. 196 more words

Gospel

The Reformed Doctrine of Predestination-The Five Points of Calvinism

The Reformed Doctrine Of Predestination

The Five Points of Calvinism

The Calvinistic system especially emphasizes five distinct doctrines. These are technically known as “The Five Points of Calvinism,” and they are the main pillars upon which the superstructure rests. 385 more words

Gospel

John 3:3 in the Lexham English Bible

The Lexham English Bible translates John 3:3 very well by correctly translating the word

3 Jesus answered and said to him, “Truly, truly I say to you, unless someone is born…

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Exegesis