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You Are His

“But to all who did receive him, who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God,” – John 1:12… 1,040 more words


Saved by works and not by faith alone--James 2 and a response to Shameless Popery

Catholic apologists (as well as Jehovah’s Witnesses, Eastern Orthodox, Mormons, and other works-salvation groups) will use James 2 as evidence that we are saved by works, and not by faith alone. 1,933 more words


The Person and Purpose of Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ (3 of 3)

Do you fear that this Jesus Christ, upon Whom all depends, would turn you away should you approach Him in repentance? Is He just too holy and perfect to countenance a sinful person such as you? 536 more words

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The Attributes of God

2015 Book Reading Series:
Book: Summary of Christian Doctrine
Author: Louis Berkhof (1873 – 1957)
Chapter VI: The Attributes of God

The Attributes of God… 2,376 more words

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Safe in the Arms of God

The Theological Basis for Eternal Security

  1. Salvation is of the Lord and not of man.

In Scripture, we are told that personal salvation begins with God (Jonah 2:9; Rev. 3,456 more words

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Some Thoughts on Predestination

When we come to difficult subjects in the Bible it is easy to avoid them and focus more on what we clearly understand. Unfortunately, the downside to this approach is that we miss out on what God may be saying to us in these difficult subjects. 5,086 more words

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Great videos on confessionalism and the WCF

Reformed Theological Seminary posted the videos from their ReForum on confessionalism and the Westminster Confession of Faith (WCF). Dr. Howard Griffith, Associate Professor of Systematic Theology and Academic Dean, hosted the event. 157 more words

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