“I led him in prayer as he admitted his need for Christ’s forgiveness, his belief in what Jesus has done for him, and confessed he wanted Jesus to be Lord of his life.”
As you can imagine, the Calvinist’s explanation of how faith can be both irresistible and voluntary gets pretty technical. It ain’t no job for boys.
Many believers were baptized and churches founded during Blaurock’s season in Tyrol. However, Innsbruck authorities arrested Blaurock in 1529, sentenced him to death, and burned him at the stake on September 6, 1529.
The Bohemian reformer found himself caught in a labyrinth of lies as he entered Constance.
We are in the midst of history revision in which many people do not want to face the truth about American history and choose to be in denial related to our country’s godly heritage.