If there were a biblical sub-title to Breaking Bad, it would be “none righteous, no, not one.”
Unbelief is OK?
Does the Arminian understanding of “elect according to the foreknowledge of God” provide a satisfying answer to the question of sovereignty and free will?
What do the confessions have to say about the sovereignty of God, and how did they deal with the apparent contradictions?
What does the Bible say about God’s sovereignty?
To say that God is sovereign over all is a given among Bible-believing Christians. What is not a given is what we mean by that. Dig deeper and you’ll find that there are differences in what various teachers mean when they affirm God’s sovereignty. In part 1 of this series, I wrote about how God’s […]
All Christians believe in a sovereign God. But what do they mean by that?
Mark’s Reformed…but is he Reformed enough?
“I think I’m Reformed.” My story of coming to the doctrines of grace.
How can we as Christians and the Church at large speak out against specific sins in the culture and yet not put up false barriers that keep sinners from even hearing the gospel message?