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A Conversation with an Antinomian Heretic | Repent of your Sins vs. Easy Believism Faith Alone | Jesse Morrell

This was a conversation I had recently with an “Antinomian Easy Believism Faith Alone” heretic who denies that you must repent of your sins to be saved yet contradicted his own position. Jesse Morrell: The word repent is so common … Continue reading

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FREE BOOK: Objections to Calvinism As It Is by Randolph S. Foster

Objections to Calvinism As It Is by Randolph S. Foster is a classic rebuttal to the doctrines of “Reformed Theology” from the 1800’s.  The false theology of Calvinism is refuted by the authors scriptural and rational arguments, plainly exposing the so-called … Continue reading

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On Original Sin, Prevenient Grace, & Free Will | Jesse Morrell

Arminians made up a false doctrine called “Prevenient Grace” whereby all men are granted a “free will” to believe or disbelieve the gospel when they hear it, because they don’t naturally have a free will. This doctrine is built upon … Continue reading

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False Doctrine of Limited Atonement Biblically Refuted by Jesse Morrell

Jesse Morrell biblically destroys the Calvinist doctrine of “Limited Atonement,” showing that it is actually a false gospel. Get a FREE Atonement book here: https://biblicaltruthresources.wordpress.com/2016/03/10/twenty-three-scriptural-points-about-the-vicarious-governmental-atonement-of-christ-jesse-morrell/

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Men Are Not Born Sinners | Babies Are Innocent | Philly Sermon by Jesse Morrell

_____________________________________________________ This newsletter has no copy-right.  Feel free to share it by forwarding it on or by printing it off.  _____________________________________________________   MEN ARE NOT BORN SINNERS A SERMON PREACHED IN PHILADELPHIA  Looking for a good sermon to listen to this weekend? … Continue reading

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Refuting the False Antinomian Gospel of Justification in Sin by Dead Faith | Jesse Morrell

There is a whole system of false doctrine that goes like this: 1. You don’t need to repent of your sins to be saved. That would be salvation by works of the law. 2. Because your sins have already been … Continue reading

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Why Wasn’t God “Sovereign” in the Parables of Jesus? Jesse Morrell Refutes Calvinism

Below is a post I made in my Facebook Group: Calvinism, Arminianism, Pelagianism, Wesleyanism, Finneyism ______________________________________ Why isn’t God “Sovereign” in the parables of Jesus? Luk 10:31 – And by chance there came down a certain priest that way: and when … Continue reading

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I Hate The Doctrine of “Justification In Sin” or “Simul Justus Et Peccator”

New Video False Doctrine: Justification In SIN by DEAD FAITH | Refuted by Jesse Morrell DISCUSSION TOPICS: 1. Do you think that the Calvinistic doctrine of Justification In Sin, or Justified While Sinning, contributed to the felonious DUI of R. C. … Continue reading

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Is Salvation An Offer for Man to Choose? Jesse Morrell Refutes Calvinism

A Calvinist recently on Facebook said: “Salvation is not an offer. So stop offering it.” Talk about hindering and discouraging evangelism! I responded: Luke 14:17 uses “κεκλημένοις” which means to call or invite.  John 1:12 uses “ἔλαβον” which means to take, … Continue reading

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Debating “Saved By Grace” in the Open Air | Jesse Morrell Street Preacher

What does “saved by grace” REALLY mean? Does it mean that we are saved while we continue in our sins? Or that we are saved from our sins? Does it mean that we can keep sinning in the future or … Continue reading

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