Monthly Archives: November 2011

R.C. Sproul on Pelagianism in the Church Today

The Pelagian Captivity of the Church by R.C. Sproul Shortly after the Reformation began, in the first few years after Martin Luther posted the Ninety-Five Theses on the church door at Wittenberg, he issued some short booklets on a variety … Continue reading

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Arminianism and Semi Pelagianism

Differences between Semi-Pelagianism and Arminian Beliefs     Jacobus Arminius Semi-Pelagianism While not denying the necessity of Grace for salvation, Semi-Pelagianism maintains that the first steps towards the Christian life are ordinarily taken by the human will and that Grace … Continue reading

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The Meaning of Supersessionism

Supersessionism, the Holocaust, and the Modern State of Israel Written by Michael Vlach Perspectives concerning supersessionism have been seriously affected by two twentieth-century developments—the Holocaust and the establishment of the modern state of Israel. These events have pushed questions and … Continue reading

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Valuable and Helpful for Readers !

Four Temptations: How Internet Habits Can Cripple Book Reading   View at WTSBooks Below are some excellent thoughts from Lit! by Tony Reinke. More on Christian Reading & Literature  Christian Imagination: The Practice of Faith in Literature and Writing by … Continue reading

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You Might Be a Calvinist …

You might be a Calvinist if….. If you send your mother tulips on Mother’s Day. If you purchased an MP3 player for the sole purpose of downloading sermons. If you adjusted the default settings at Biblegateway from “NIV” to “ESV”. … Continue reading

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