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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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Calvinist Contradiction: Double Jeopardy

CALVINIST CONTRADICTION: DOUBLE JEOPARDY By Jesse Morrell http://www.OpenAirOutreach.com Calvinists charge Arminianism with a “double jeopardy”: Custance said: “No man can be held accountable for a debt that has already been paid for on his behalf to the satisfaction of the … Continue reading

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Jesse Morrell Responds to Matt Slick of CARM on the Atonement & Double Jeopardy

Matt Slick said on Facebook:, “The LEGAL SIN DEBT is cancelled! Who did he cancel it for? Everyone or just some? If everyone, then no one can go to hell because their entire sin debt is cancelled. Legally, this necessitates … Continue reading

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Penal Substitution vs. Vicarious Governmental Atonement | Jesse Morrell

This was my response that I made through My Facebook to a post a Calvinist made challenging the doctrine of unlimited or general atonement. “The issue is this: Christ’s death was effectual. It actually ACCOMPLISHED something. It appeased God’s wrath … Continue reading

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