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Archive for September, 2012

Five motives for evangelism and missions found in Scripture

A Selective Review and Critique of Whomever He Wills – Part 3C Dr. Tom Ascol’s chapter “Calvinism Foundational For Evangelism and Missions” by David L. Allen Referring to my comments in Whosoever, Dr. Ascol states, “The fact that our Sovereign has commanded us to preach the gospel is reason enough to do the work of evangelism. […]

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“God will indeed save all of the people He has chosen
and for whom Christ has offered up His life as a propitiation””

A Selective Review and Critique of Whomever He Wills – Part 3B Dr. Tom Ascol’s chapter “Calvinism Foundational For Evangelism and Missions” by David L. Allen 2. Testimony of Scripture (271-79). Dr. Ascol comes to the defense of John Macarthur’s statement that Jesus was a Calvinist. He thinks we have missed MacArthur’s point, namely, that Calvinism […]

Review: Dr. Tom Ascol’s chapter
“Calvinism Foundational For Evangelism and Missions”

A Selective Review and Critique of Whomever He Wills – Part 3A Dr. Tom Ascol’s chapter “Calvinism Foundational For Evangelism and Missions” by David L. Allen In Part 3 of my review of Whomever He Wills (hereafter WHW) I will cover Chapter 9, “Calvinism Foundational for Evangelism and Missions: A Biblical and Historical Survey” by […]

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Are there any corrections, deletions, or additions?

By Franklin L. Kirksey, Pastor, First Baptist Church of Spanish Fort, Alabama, and author of Sound Biblical Preaching: Giving the Bible a Voice. These expositions by Dr. Kirksey are offered to suggest sermon or Bible study ideas for pastors and other church leaders, both from the exposition and from the illustrative material, or simply for […]

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Brook Hays: 1959 President’s Address

PRESIDENT’S ADDRESS BROOK HAYS 1959 Southern Baptists fell at home in the great and historic city of Louisville and in the State of Kentucky, where the churches have so energetically carried forward our program. For the first time in thirty-two years, we assemble in this home of two of our most important institutions, the Southern […]

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