Monthly Archives: July 2011

A Biblical Response to “Free Grace Movement”

This is a long article, but well worth your time !   A Biblical Response to the Teachings of Zane Hodges, Joseph Dillow, and the Grace Evangelical Society (Called the “Free Grace” Movement) © Copyright by Phillip L. Simpson – … Continue reading

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Q & A Friday: Are you a Dispensationalist? Very much on the same page, theologically speaking. Read Matt Weymeyer’s article, too. February 16, 2007 in Q&A Friday with 41 Comments Labels are often difficult. It is usually better to define … Continue reading

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Phil Johnson Nails It

Unleashing God’s Truth One Verse at a Time Why I Am a Calvinist, Part 1             Code: A341  Why I Am a Calvinist, Part 1 . . and why every Christian is a Calvinist of sorts.   Part I: Is Arminianism … Continue reading

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Free Will ?

“The Need for Grace Does Away with Free Will Altogether”To teach that the natural man has a free will overthrows the gospel … it is precisely because man is in bondage that he needs Christ to set him free. (John … Continue reading

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From “Monergism.com”

…the first effect of the power of God in the heart in regeneration is to give the heart a Divine taste or sense; to cause it to have a relish of the loveliness and sweetness of the supreme excellency of … Continue reading

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From Michael Vlach’s new blog

Saturday, July 2, 2011 How Does Historic Premillennialism Differ from Dispensational Premillennialism?   With this post I want to address how Historic Premillennialism differs from Dispensational Premillennialism. I have found that there is some confusion on this matter. Sometimes at … Continue reading

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Good Stuff from Old Truth.com

Altar Calls In The First 1800 Years Of The Church One may read thousands of pages of the history of the Christian Church without finding a single reference to the ‘old-fashioned altar call’ before the 19th century. Most Christians are … Continue reading

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