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A Super Overabundant, So Great Salvation: Romans 5:1-11

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In my studies of Romans, I have often enjoyed Paul’s enthusiasm for his topic. This is evident in that Paul ends his sections with climaxes. For instance, after Paul’s personal introduction in Romans 1 he triumphs by saying, “For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one […]

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The False Logic of Inclusivism

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            Inclusivism claims that while the provision of Jesus Christ is the only means of salvation, explicit faith or knowledge in him is unnecessary for salvation. In other words those who have never heard the gospel are not exempt from God’s mercy, providing they respond to natural revelation. The position finds its attractiveness from the logic it uses: the wideness […]

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FIVE VERSES – Unlimited Atonement (2)

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The subject of limited atonement is tremendously vital to refute, for it is in fact a heresy that has arisen to be “common Christian doctrine” to many, when it is actually far from Scripture. And to prove its lack of basis, we have looked at five verses that clearly show why it cannot be considered as true. But we are […]

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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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