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Too Amazing

I’ve been working on an essay for college on a guy called Nicodemus who appears in John’s Gospel. Jesus and Nicodemus have a conversation and what Jesus says totally baffles Nicodemus that he ends up exclaiming “How can this be?” … Continue reading

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More on Limited Atonement

My doctrine class at college has reminded me of the limited atonement issue that I started but never finished discussing at the start of the year. So when it comes to the atonement it can be said that generally unless … Continue reading

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Puzzles

This last week is preached on preached on John 4:43-54. One of the great surprises that came out of it for myself is that upon reading the bible again and again, not everything is as it appears. In this passage, … Continue reading

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Belief and Practice in YM

I thought I would share an essay I wrote for college back in first year. It was for my youth ministry course. The question was: How important is the balance between belief and practice in youth ministry? From your own … Continue reading

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Indulgences and Purgatory

Having just read Calvin on this issue, I have been alerted to the reintroduction of this doctrine to the Roman Catholic Church, which was removed during the reforms of Vatican II in the 60’s. To be honest this concerns me … Continue reading

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Unlimited Limited Atonment

To start things off here is a quote from Driscoll in Death by Love (p. 172). This comes from a letter addressed to his youngest son, Gideon. By dying for everyone, Jesus purchased everyone as his possesion, and he then … Continue reading

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Unlimited to Limited Atonment

As posted before I have been reading Driscoll’s latest offering; Death By Love. It has been an emotional and revealing journey with much to think about, much to consider in my own life and the ministry I do. It will … Continue reading

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