When God sovereignly saves a sinner, does he drag them kicking and screaming into the Kingdom?
Are we in such dire need of God’s grace operatively working in us, that we are utterly hopeless unless God sovereignly works?
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?
Most Christians recoil in horror at the sovereignty of God in salvation. They bow at the idol of free will.
Sometimes, Calvinists make the mistake of absolutizing sovereign grace truths to the point of becoming unbiblical in our expressions.
Did Jesus accomplish redemption or only make it possible?
But, is it unjust for God to save only some? To have mercy on some and not all?
The closer we come to truths about God, the more mystery there is. Embrace the mystery.
If we only understand the ends being foreordained but not the means, then we rob God of his glory.