Monthly Archives: August 2011

Predestination and Election

  Is the Doctrine of Election Biblical? John MacArthur Among the most hotly contested and persistent debates in the history of the confessing church, the doctrine of election is perhaps the greatest of all. The question goes like this: Does … Continue reading

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Roman Catholic Worship of Mary

Sovereign Grace Apologetics You ever have a Catholic tell you they don’t worship Mary? Well according to Vatican II they do. 12 minutes ago ·LikeUnlike ·   Sovereign Grace Apologetics From Vatican Collection Volume 1, Vatican Council II, The Conciliar … Continue reading

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Covenant Theology

Reformed Covenantal Inconsistency – Barry Horner “If the land promise in the Abrahamic covenant was conditional (that is, based on an unspecified degree of obedience), then does the same principle of conditionality equally apply to the fulfillment of other aspects of … Continue reading

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Dan Fortner on Particular Redemption

For Whom Did Christ Die? Posted on July 30, 2011 by Greg Coleman 3 And they sung as it were a new song before the throne, and before the four beasts, and the elders: and no man could learn that song … Continue reading

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Baptizing Children

From Reformed Baptist  Blog.com  At what age should children be  baptized? Robert Truelove May 04, 2011 Recently I responded to a woman on The Reformed Baptist Page (Facebook) who was asking if she should seek to have her 9 year … Continue reading

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