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"Limited Atonement" a/k/a "Particular Redemption" is taught through Boaz' redemption of Ruth.

Today’s devotion comes from Ruth Chapter 4.  Here is a link to this chapter – https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Ruth+4&version=NASB

I quote only the following verses.

“1  Now Boaz went up to the gate and sat down there, and behold,  the close relative of whom Boaz spoke was passing by, so he said, “Turn aside, friend, sit down here.”  And he turned aside and sat down.  935 more words

Are Calvinist Saved?

I was asked on Facebook if I believed that Calvinist were saved Christians or not.  I believe just like in any other group of professing Christians that there are some who call themselves Calvinist that are truly saved Christians and some who are not.  337 more words


Reason for this Blog.

It seems like everyone in Evangelicalism has a blog. It’s the “it thing” to do. So I decided since I’m a Christian I might as well join in on the fun too. 512 more words


Meet This Book: Stephen Williams on The Election of Grace

Stephen N. Williams is professor of systematic theology at Union Theological College, Belfast, where he has taught since 1994. His book The Election of Grace: A Riddle without a Resolution? 472 more words

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The Sabbath and the Conscience, Part 2

Yesterday I wrote about the Reformed view of the moral law. I summarized those points which are salient for our discussion of Sabbath and conscience as follows: 776 more words