Who are the dreaded Hyper Calvinists?

Accordingly, Hypers view God as being the author of sin AND they also believe that man has no responsibility before God for his sin. Hypers believe the Gospel should only preached to the elect and are therefore against the free proclamation of the Gospel to all.  Hypers belief you must agree with their soteriological positions as a prerequisite … Continue reading Who are the dreaded Hyper Calvinists?

Particular Baptist Profile – John Brine

Getting to know John Brine: John Brine (1703-1765) and his Contemporaries as Seen by Modern Revisionists Part I. Brine’s Life John Brine (1703-1765) and his Contemporaries as Seen by Modern Revisionists Part I. Brine’s Life       First, a few words of explanation. You might think there is more George Ella and our present contemporaries in … Continue reading Particular Baptist Profile – John Brine

The Calvinism Chart (again)

Calvinism Chart 1. Hyper-Calvinism Beliefs: God is the author of sin and man has no responsibility before God. The Gospel should only preached to the elect. i.e. duty faith. and anti-missionary Belief in the five points is a prerequisite for true salvation, also known as Neo-Gnostic Calvinism. Proponents: Joseph Hussey John Skepp and some English primitive … Continue reading The Calvinism Chart (again)

Gill on the use of means in the New Birth

[further information on this post can be found at the bottom] From: Pilgrimpub@aol.com Sent: Saturday, March 04, 2006 10:04 PM Subject: JOHN GILL ON MEANS IN THE NEW BIRTH [03/04--2006] JOHN GILL ON THE USE OF MEANS IN THE NEW BIRTH [03/04--2006] The following is an abridgment of Chapter 7 in my series of articles … Continue reading Gill on the use of means in the New Birth

Fuller’s Controversy with Booth [Letter VI]

[The footnotes are included in the letters. They are found in bracketed italics. Any links found in the article are my doing.]  SIX LETTERS TO DR. RYLAND  RESPECTING THE CONTROVERSY WITH THE REV. A. BOOTH.  LETTER VI. BAXTERIANISM. MY DEAR BROTHER, Jan. 22, 1803. MR. B. in his letter to you of Dec. 6, 1802, … Continue reading Fuller’s Controversy with Booth [Letter VI]

Fuller’s Controversy with Booth [Letter V]

[The footnotes are included in the letters. They are found in bracketed italics. Any links found in the article are my doing.]  SIX LETTERS TO DR. RYLAND  RESPECTING  THE CONTROVERSY WITH THE REV. A. BOOTH.  LETTER V. ON CALVINISM. MY DEAR BROTHER, Jan. 18, 1803. WHEN I had assured Mr. B., in my letter of … Continue reading Fuller’s Controversy with Booth [Letter V]