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A Biblical and Traditional Defense of Limited Atonement

Christ died for our sins. This sacrifice is efficacious to us upon faith in Him. So, everything else is an intellectual disagreement.

Catholics reject limited atonement, as do most people that call themselves Christians. 833 more words


@Rgallaty: Rick Warren:
Our culture has accepted 2 Huge Lies.
1. If you disagree with someone’s lifestyle, you have to fear or hate them. (1/2)

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@Ligonier: We cannot call that which God has called sin, not sin. —RC Sproul

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: “He died not for men, but for each man. If each man had been the only man made, He would have done no less.” ~ #CSLewis

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We Must Fear God

John Calvin, from his commentary on Daniel (Daniel 6:22 specifically):

“Fear God, honor the king.” (1 Peter 2:17.)
The two commands are connected together, and cannot be separated from one another.

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Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert

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Conversion put me in a complicated and comprehensive chaos. I sometimes wonder, when I hear other Christians pray for the salvation of the “lost,” if they realize that this comprehensive chaos is the desired end of such prayers…. 268 more words

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Heidelberg Catechism, Lord's day 26

26. Lord’s Day

Q. 69. How art thou admonished and assured by holy baptism, that the one sacrifice of Christ upon the cross is of real advantage to thee? 241 more words