An Actual and Effective Atonement

The atoning work of Christ on the cross was a miraculous display of love, grace, and wrath, all in one eternal and divine act. The Son of God condescended to become a man, living a life of perfect obedience to the whole law of God, His own law, suffered and died on a cross, was […]

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Calvinism and Arminianism on Predestination

The Calvinist and Arminian view on the doctrines of grace in relation to predestination is articulated in the doctrine of election and reprobation. J.L. Dagg defined election as “all who will finally be saved, were chosen to salvation by God the Father, before the foundation of the world, and given to Jesus Christ in the […]

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My Book on Divine Simplicity

Who is God? That’s the most important question anyone could ask. Over the last few years, and especially over the last month or so, there has been controversy among Reformed Christianity as well as the broader evangelical community concerning the doctrine of God. Perhaps the answer to “Who is God?” seems obvious enough. “God is the […]

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Chosen in Christ: A Response to Wagner and Flowers

Chosen. It’s kinda got a ring to it doesn’t it? The word, eklegomai in the Greek, can also be rendered selected, or elected. The apostle Paul uses the term often in his New Testament epistolary writings. Usually, he uses the term in reference to God choosing a particular people for Himself. However, the nature of this selection or election is rather […]

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