Category: Salvation

BEYOND CALVINISM AND ARMINIANISM:
TOWARD A BAPTIST SOTERIOLOGY

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BEYOND CALVINISM AND ARMINIANISM:
TOWARD A BAPTIST SOTERIOLOGY

Eric Hankins is the Pastor of First Baptist, Oxford, Mississippi This is part one of a four part series. These posts are adapted from Eric Hankins’s article “Beyond Calvinism and Arminianims: Toward a Baptist Soteriology,” published in the online Journal for Bapist Theology and Ministry, Spring 2011, Vol. 8, No. 1, and may be accessed here. […]

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Why Your Faith Is Secure, Part 6:
What the Bible Teaches about Apostasy

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Why Your Faith Is Secure, Part 6:
What the Bible Teaches about Apostasy

by Steve Lemke, Provost, Professor of Philosophy and Ethics, McFarland Chair of Theology, and Director of the Baptist Center for Theology and Ministry at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. We have been examining reasons for the security of the believer from Ephesians 1 and other Scriptures – that persons who are genuinely saved are saved […]

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What Are You Waiting On?

By Joe McKeever, Preacher, Cartoonist, Pastor, and retired Director of Missions at the Baptist Association of Greater New Orleans. May I ask you a personal question? Do you ever plan to humble yourself before Almighty God and accept Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior? If you do, could I ask one more? What are […]

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Why Your Faith Is Secure, Part 5:
It is Based on an Unchanging Relationship Status

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Why Your Faith Is Secure, Part 5:
It is Based on an Unchanging Relationship Status

by Steve Lemke, Provost, Professor of Philosophy and Ethics, McFarland Chair of Theology, and Director of the Baptist Center for Theology and Ministry at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. We have been examining reasons for the security of the believer from Ephesians 1 and other Scriptures – that persons who are genuinely saved are saved […]

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Why Your Faith Is Secure, Part 4:
It Is a Logical Necessity

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Why Your Faith Is Secure, Part 4:
It Is a Logical Necessity

by Steve Lemke, Provost, Professor of Philosophy and Ethics, McFarland Chair of Theology, and Director of the Baptist Center for Theology and Ministry at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. We have been examining reasons for the security of the believer from Ephesians 1 and other Scriptures – that persons who are genuinely saved are saved […]

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