Was Jesus’ atoning death on the cross necessary? Or, was there another way God could have made atonement for sins?
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?
I’ve begun the research and writing for a new book, hopefully to release this year, but it may take me into 2022. I’m not ready to reveal the content or title yet, but I’ve pictured some of the books I’m researching for this project. Oh, and I should have included the Bible in my research […]
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?
All Christians believe in a sovereign God. But what do they mean by that?
Mark’s Reformed…but is he Reformed enough?
We never leave Romans 7. The “Romans 7 Christian” is not a defeated Christian; she is a fighting Christian.