Tag Archives: Calvinist

A. W. Tozer on the Atonement & Finished Work of Christ | Universal Unlimited Atonement | Synergistic Free Will Salvation

A. W. TOZER on the ATONEMENT of CHRIST! “Redemption is an objective fact. It is a work potentially saving, wrought for man, but done independent of and exterior to the individual. Christ’s work on Calvary made atonement for every man, … Continue reading

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The Logic of Penal Substitution, Limited Atonement, Universalism

Why is wrong with this syllogism? Major Premise: Jesus took the punishment for our sins. Minor Premise: God cannot justly punish the same sins twice. Conclusion: Everyone Jesus died for is saved from punishment. This is the same syllogism that … Continue reading

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Does John 3:16 Teach Limited or Unlimited Atonement? Jesse Morrell | Theology

“For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” John 3:16 Calvinists try to argue that John 3:16 does not actually teach an unlimited … 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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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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Theological Inconsistencies of Calvinist R C Sproul | Mercy & Atonement | Double Jeopardy | Jesse Morrell

This is a post I made in my Facebook group Calvinism, Arminianism, Pelagianism, Wesleyanism, Finneyism, Lutheranism… “God is never obligated to be merciful to a rebellious creature. He doesn’t owe us mercy.” R.C. Sproul Actually, the Calvinist view of the nature … Continue reading

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Does Dead In Sin Mean No Free Will?

If the Calvinist understanding of “dead in trespasses and sins” were true, the prodigal son would never have returned home. The prodigal son would still be a prodigal because he would have no ability to do anything at all, since … Continue reading

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Is Jesse Morrell an Arminian?

This was an email I received today: Hi, just found your site while researching “original sin”. I see you are against Calvinism and wondered (maybe I just didn’t see it) if you consider yourself Arminian in belief?  They (and me … Continue reading

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Why do Calvinists Witness at All? Jesse Morrell

It’s true that there are some Calvinists street preachers but does their theology justify their efforts? Can their perspective on the issue of salvation account for the necessity for urgency in evangelism? The answer is no. Just like atheists will … Continue reading

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If Calvinists were Consistent they would be Arminians or Antinomians

By Jesse Morrell http://www.OpenAirOutreach.com This was a post I made in my Facebook theology discussion group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheologyDiscussionGroup/ I wrote: Even apart from the scriptures that teach such, the doctrine that salvation can be forfeited through sin is a logical conclusion … Continue reading

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