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Archive for September, 2012

Is there such a thing as “the Baptist belief”?

SBC PRESIDENT’S ADDRESS SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION San Francisco, California, 1962 HERSCHEL H. HOBBS (d.) served two terms, from 1961 to 1963, as president of the Southern Baptist Convention. Considered one of the most influential Southern Baptists of the 20th Century, Hobbs chaired the committee that wrote the 1963 Baptist Faith and Message Statement. A prolific […]

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The Last Squeeze

“It is amazing how God worked in a country where we were not allowed to openly share the gospel. Our mouths may have been shut but God worked through our actions. He provided everything we needed including the time, place, and the means with which we were able to present the gospel. The enemy did […]

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Is there a ‘secret will” of God?

A Selective Review and Critique of Whomever He Wills – Part 3H Dr. Tom Ascol’s chapter “Calvinism Foundational For Evangelism and Missions” byDavid L. Allen Conclusion. Dr. Ascol concludes his chapter “Calvinism Foundational for Evangelism and Missions” by stating: Both the biblical and historical records demonstrate that those doctrines that are commonly known as Calvinism, […]

Leonard Woods – “…he wills that all men should be saved.”

A Selective Review and Critique of Whomever He Wills – Part 3G Dr. Tom Ascol’s chapter “Calvinism Foundational For Evangelism and Missions” by David L. Allen In the waning pages of the chapter under the heading of “Testimony of History,” Dr. Ascol treats Adoniram Judson and Luther Rice. Ascol implies that their Calvinism was commensurate with […]

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Limited Atonement Is A Hindrance To Missions and Evangelism

A Selective Review and Critique of Whomever He Wills – Part 3F Dr. Tom Ascol’s chapter “Calvinism Foundational For Evangelism and Missions” by David L. Allen Carey’s work on the mission field would have been virtually impossible were it not for the indefatigable labors of the pastor/theologian Andrew Fuller. Ascol appeals to Fuller in an effort […]