Archive for August, 2012

Rite of Passage Parenting:
iPhone: The New Pacifier

By Walker Moore I’m proud of myself because I’ve hit another mile marker. I’ve only had my iPhone for about six months and have already mastered turning it on, making a call and charging it up every night. Just don’t ask me about text messaging and video chatting. I think I have a few more […]

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A Biblical Critique of Calvinism
Part 2b: The Optional Nature of the Gospel Invitation

by Dr. Michael A. Cox, Pastor of First Baptist Church in Pryor, Oklahoma, and author of Not One Little Child: A Biblical Critique of Calvinism ————————————– This is the fifth of a series of articles by Dr. Cox, with a Biblical critique of Calvinism drawn in part from his book Not One Little Child. ————————————– A […]

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A Selective Review and Critique of Whomever He Wills – Part 2D

David L. Allen Matthew Barrett and Thomas Nettles, eds. Whomever He Wills: a Surprising Display of Sovereign Mercy (Cape Coral, FL: Founders Press, 2012), 401 pgs. (Ed.’s note: What follows below is Part 2D. This follows Part 2C that appeared on Aug. 15.)   6) The Efficacious Nature of the Atonement. On pages 85-90, Schrock […]

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A Selective Review and Critique of Whomever He Wills – Part 2C

David L. Allen Matthew Barrett and Thomas Nettles, eds. Whomever He Wills: a Surprising Display of Sovereign Mercy (Cape Coral, FL: Founders Press, 2012), 401 pgs. (Ed.’s note: What follows below is Part 2C. This follows Part 2B that appeared on Aug. 14.) 3) Non-Elect are not “Saveable.” In Schrock’s third paragraph of footnote 13, […]

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A Selective Review and Critique of Whomever He Wills – Part 2B

David L. Allen Matthew Barrett and Thomas Nettles, eds. Whomever He Wills: a Surprising Display of Sovereign Mercy (Cape Coral, FL: Founders Press, 2012), 401 pgs. (Ed.’s note: Dr. Allen’s “Part 2” is approximately 8,000 words in length. SBCToday will therefore publish Part 2 in 2,000-word (approximate) increments. These shorter installments will be signified thusly: […]

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