The Loss of Salvation view has been most ably defended in recent times by Scot McKnight. This interpretation … is the classical Arminian position.
Two participial clauses follow the statement “to renew them to repentance,” expressing the cause or reason why there can be no renewal to repentance: “crucifying again” and “exposing.”
“My greatest concerns are that we have leaders in our churches who do not understand our history, who do not understand who we are as Baptists, and that we’ll fall prey to every wind of doctrine rather than being lashed to the cross” — H. Ray Newman.
Someone asked Rayson how many Bibles his church needed, and he said they could use 300. Of course, my mind did the math: 300 x 6.70 =$2,010. This poor missionary doesn’t have that kind of money, but I thought I could help raise enough to buy at least 100 Bibles.
Rogers advocates for a corporate view of election from Romans 9 … by interacting with exegesis of Romans 9 by Calvinist commentators such as John Calvin, John Piper, John MacArthur, G. C. Berkouwer and Oliver Buswell.