Category: Salvation

Extensivism’s View of the Origin of Sin and God’s Offer of Salvation | Part One

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

Man is a free moral agent with the ability to choose to sin or not to sin, which means that he is the efficient cause of sin, and thereby avoids the intrinsic revelatory problems of Calvinism and compatibilism with regard to the origin of sin and God desiring people to sin or be in hell.

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Grace & Glory

Leighton_Flowers

Obviously, God does sincerely and self-sacrificially love even those who turn from His sacrificial provision, which is one of His most gracious, self-glorifying characteristics. A characteristic that many Calvinists are unintentionally undermining in an effort to promote their systematic interpretation.

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We Are Right and You Must Agree

WilliamHarrell

Question: Is agreement on Calvinism really worth all the vitriol and division that this unnecessary family argument is bringing? What is going to be accomplished if Calvinists succeed?

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Calvinism, God’s Goodness, and Assurance

VernCharette

I was in danger of finding out that in the end I was not saved, not due to my misunderstanding or misappropriation of the gospel, or even my very own self deception, but rather, it was God who was responsible for the whole thing.

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Does Regeneration Precede Faith?

Leighton_Flowers

Calvinists insist that man is born dead in sin and therefore “corpse-like” in his abilities to respond to God’s life giving truth. Therefore, according to their logic, God must bring the corpse back to life so that he will certainly believe God’s revealed truth.

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