Is “Calvinism” Biblical? (pt 5)

WHAT THE BIBLE TEACHES ABOUT ELECTION: The Bible is one BIG document...consistent in all it's parts. A wonderful document with many difficult passages, and each passage works to clear up misunderstandings about another, allowing us to see a consistent theological theme presented. Election unto salvation must proceed salvation for God is the one who chooses. … Continue reading Is “Calvinism” Biblical? (pt 5)

Christ’s testimony was final.

Spurgeon, His was the last testimony, the last revelation that ever will be given to man. After Christ, nothing. Christ comes last, he is the last stepping-stone across the brook of time. All who come after him are only confirmers of the testimony of Christ. Our Augustines, our Ambroses, our Chrysostoms, or any other of … Continue reading Christ’s testimony was final.

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)

(FREE ePub/eBOOK) The Proper Distinction between Law and Gospel

C.F.W. Walther believed the most important doctrine for a Christian to understand is justification by faith and the second most important was the proper distinction between the Law and Gospel. I really enjoyed this work and have picked away at it online over the years so without further introduction I present Walther's work in epub … Continue reading (FREE ePub/eBOOK) The Proper Distinction between Law and Gospel

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 Baptists. … Continue reading Calvinism Chart