Posts Tagged ‘exegetical fallacies’

Motyer’s Mistakes in Isaiah 53 / David Allen, PhD

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Even Paul clearly indicates in Eph. 2:1-3 that the believing elect he is addressing were under the wrath of God until they believed.

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Why I’m a Baptist (w/a big ‘B’) / Ron F. Hale

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There is no mention of infants and young children being baptized in the NT because it was impossible for them to respond to the Gospel.

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Calvin’s “Temporary Faith” for the Reprobate

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Calvin seeks to explain the assurance of salvation for the elect in this section of the Institutes, but he digresses to the extreme in dealing with the reprobate.

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Layman & former Calvinist notes E. Hankins’ ‘Election’ essay

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If our Calvinistic brethren have to resort to this kind of objection, then it is a good indication that they are running out of biblical arguments.

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Review, part 2: “From Heaven He Came and Sought Her.”

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These chapters also fail to note the salient fact that not once in the Old or New Testament is there a direct statement that says Christ died only for the elect.

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