Category: Doctrine

Line By Line Through Romans 9 | Part One

Leighton_Flowers

The fulfillment of God’s Word has never relied upon the faithfulness or morality of the individuals chosen to carry it out (Rom. 3:3-4). Neither brother would be justified apart from grace through faith in God, even though they are direct descendants of both Abraham and Isaac. Salvation is by the covenant of grace through faith in the call of God, not the covenant of law through works.

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Homosexuality “Loving the Homosexual to Healing with Truth” | Part Two

Ronnie Rogers is senior pastor of Trinity Baptist Church in Norman, Okla.

A number of people claim that homosexuality is predetermined by one’s biology, genetics. This is said so frequently that it is quite often accepted as scientific fact, and to disagree with such pronouncements is considered evidence that one is a homophobic Neanderthal.

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Can You Lose Your Salvation? Once Saved Always Saved?

Leighton_Flowers

Many of us have gone through similar insecurities in dating relationships. We know how we feel about that significant other, but we are not quite sure how they feel about us. What has to happen? The “DTR!” The “Defining of the Relationship.”

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Why Can’t We All Just Get Along?

DonnieFox

Our inability as humans to get along with each other on the issue of Calvinism, no matter what one believes, is apparent. Although, God’s Word does point out to us that we should be able to get along with each other no matter what one may believe about this issue…

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Corporate Election = Impersonal Election?

Leighton_Flowers

So, both Calvinists and non-Calvinists agree that God chooses individuals to be “in Him.” Calvinists believe the individual is unconditionally chosen before he/she is “born or had done anything good or bad,” based on their erroneous interpretation of Romans 9:11. While the non-Calvinist believes God’s choice is intimately personal because God is choosing to save someone who is admitting how bad they really are right in the midst of their shame and guilt…

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