The Roman Catholic Church’s salvation plan is in stark opposition to the Holy Scripture’s teachings.
“It is so full of misunderstandings and theological bloopers that one does not know where to begin … I don’t, however, expect a Lutheran pastor to reject this teaching or to misunderstand it in such a spectacular way. In what sense, I wonder, can he still consider himself a Lutheran?” ~ Gene Veith, on Dan Denzell’s un-Lutheran views
How is it possible that irresistible, a term intended to besmirch and caricature the concept of a grace that eventually prevails over all opposition, has been taken up and championed by those it was meant to portray unfavorably?
If everyone believes in predestination, why do we say Reformed Christians believe differently from others? The answer is this: Reformed Christians believe that God predestines. The non-Reformed believe that man predestines himself.
A study on 2 Peter 3:9. Like a just human judge, God does not delight in sentencing the wicked to eternal punishment, but because he is holy, he is at the same time pleased that his righteousness is satisfied.
“According to Calvinists this means that the reason God chooses to damn some people is because his glory shines through more fully as a result, and God’s glory is God’s supreme concern.” – Randal Rauser, a seminary professor who can’t fathom God’s sovereignty in election.
Greg Laurie believes in predestinationâ€”but one in which man predestines himself! He is the one who “changes his own life” by seeking God on his own will “to find eternal life.” Listen also to Mike Horton as he answers the question, “Who Saves Who?”