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FIVE VERSES: Unlimited Atonement – Part 1

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Limited Atonement is the third premise for Calvinism’s TULIP acronym, and it is the belief that Christ’s blood was only shed for the elect and that there is no provision made for the reprobate to be saved, since he has been elected to Hell, which in the Calvinist’s mind begs the question “Why would Christ ‘waste’ His blood on those […]

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The Importance of the Finished Work

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As the Lord expired on Calvary, after appointing Mary a “son” to care for her, after receiving the bitter wine, the Lord cried triumphantly “FINISHED!” and bowed His thorn-crowned head and dismissed His spirit. No doubt this cry was mightier that any other, and to us it should mean more than most others because of its implications. That cry was […]

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