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Who is Worthy to open the Book

And I saw in the right hand of him that sat on the throne a book written within and on the backside, sealed with seven seals. 537 more words

Journal

But Does God Have An Elect People?

A foundational principle in a formal debate is that the person who can frame the argument and define the terms will generally prevail. This principle applies to spiritual debates as well. 1,464 more words

Apologetics

Guest post: Lutheran versus Presbyterian denominations

My sincere thanks to reader John J Flanagan, who has kindly taken the time to discuss his experiences in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church (OPC) and the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod (LCMS). 582 more words

Protestant

Pre-Calvinism Debate: Defining the Terms

See the YouTube Video Message for Dr. James White: HERE  OR: Listen to the Podcast of the same message: HERE.

As many of you already know, I will be debating… 982 more words

Posts

Unconditional Election

Today I will be starting back my series for theology Thursday. I know I haven’t written a post in a few weeks and I do apologize for that. 2,665 more words

Calvinism

Man in the Covenant of Grace

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2015 Book Reading Series:
Book: Summary of Christian Doctrine
Author: Louis Berkhof (1873 – 1957)
Man In Relation to God
Chapter XIII: Man in the Covenant of Grace… 2,856 more words

Reformed Theology

The Doctrine of the Trinity

Trinitarianism is the belief that God is a triune being, that is, eternally existing as three co-equal and distinctive persons. Trinitarianism is strictly monotheistic (meaning that there is only one singular god in all of existence). 1,191 more words

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