Category: Calvinism

John Calvin: In His Own Words
Article II: Reprobation

Ron F. Hale He has served as Pastor, Church Planter, Strategist (NAMB), Director of Missions, and Associate Executive Director of Evangelism and Church Planting for a State Convention, and now in the 4th quarter of ministry as Minister of Missions.     People take pleasure in rooting for the underdog.  I’ll never forget the boys […]

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Ronnie Rogers responds to selected comments from his recent posts.

As I have read the comments regarding my interview and a portion of my book, a few things deserve a response from me. First, I am greatly heartened by those comments, agreeing or not, that sought to interact with my actual words in a gracious manner. Being human, I know how hard that is, and […]

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A Biblical Critique of Calvinism Part 2a:
Old Testament Scriptures Teaching the Optional Nature of the Gospel Invitation

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

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Perseverance or Preservation?

By Rev. Bill Harrell, Senior Pastor, Abilene Baptist Church, Martinez, Georgia. A native of Tifton, Georgia, Rev. Harrell came to Abilene in January of 1981. He is married to the former Carolyn Gibbs, also of Tifton. They have three daughters. Recently, while in a discussion about the pervasive influence of Calvinism in our Southern Baptist Zion, […]

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Calvinism is Heretical: A Plea for Unity?

By Dr. Brad Reynolds Vice President for Academic Services Truett-McConnell College Were I to make the statement “Calvinism is heretical” and then claim “Traditionalists and Calvinists need to work toward unity and cooperation in the Southern Baptist Convention,” my Calvinist brethren could rightly question my sincerity concerning unity and cooperation. There are certainly some non-Calvinists […]

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