Category Archives: The Gospel

Beyond Five Points

Beyond Five Points By: David Mathis Don’t limit your understanding of God’s absolute sovereignty to five points in a mnemonic device (TULIP). Do start there, or at least cover that terrain in due course, but know that there is so … Continue reading

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Resurging Calvinism

This is a repost from TheResurgance.com. The Message of the Resurging Calvinism Jonathan Dodson – Acts 29 Pastor – Austin, Texas I recently had the privilege of guest lecturing at the University of Texas on the topic of the Resurgence … Continue reading

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Believing is the Evidence of the New Birth

There is nothing more that I can add to this truth. God commands you believe and God enables you to believe. Amen.

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Spurgeon’s Thoughts and Wisdom – part 1

“A DEFENSE OF CALVINISM” From C. H. Spurgeon’s  Autobiography, Volume One Some persons love the doctrine of universal atonement because they say, “It is so beautiful. It is a lovely idea that Christ should have died for all men. It … Continue reading

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Do You Know God?

Powerful words from the Word by John Piper.

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The Doctrines of Grace

An excellent summary of the Doctrines of Grace. Originally posted at the Desiring God Blog. Rebuilding Some Basics of Bethlehem: The Doctrines of Grace Otherwise Known as the 5 Points of Calvinism or TULIP By John Piper September 25, 2009 … Continue reading

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Divine Sovereignty and Human Responsibility by Phil Johnson

Divine Sovereignty and Human Responsibility. Again. Acts 27 is that great chapter where Luke chronicles Paul’s journey to Rome and describes how he was shipwrecked along the way. Two verses in that chapter make an interesting contrast. In verse 22, … Continue reading

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