I'm becoming more and more interested in doing research on Calvinism and Arminianism.
I'll basically, real quick, review some things I may have gone over in previous blog posts.
From what I've read, in Calvinism there is what is known as 5 Point Calvinism and in Arminianism there is what is known as 5 Point Arminianism. I've figured out that when many people say Calvinism, they mean 5 Point Calvinism and when many people say Arminianism, they mean 5 Point Arminianism.
The Lord is my shepherd, I lack nothing. Psalm 23:1
The books of Psalms here gives us an insight into the role God is playing in our lives, that of a shepherd. It is a role that no other person or god can play, and that is why God is so unique and unparalleled in His attribute. It is the duty of a shepherd to care and provide for the sheep at all times. Come rain, come shine He must see to their welfare without any complaints.
God is our shepherd and He had never denied
I'm continuing to do research on Arminianism.
From what I can tell, the similarity in the words Armenian and Arminian is purely coincidental.
I'm still working on upgrading my Old Testament knowledge.
I think I've got quite a way to go on this one.
I've been attempting to do research on Irish history.
I now know that Ireland isn't a single island. It's made up of multiple islands, with one
Updated Jun 29th 2013 at 04:49 AM by gringo300
Christians need to regroup and actually see who in the group is in need. When they find that none of those in the group are in need... that means EVERYONE else IS potentially in need!
So why do they NOT REACH out to those who are in need?
Is it because those in need aren't in their "group"?
Christ reached out to anyone, EVERYONE!
Especially the lost... who are in need of... HIM!!!
Originally Posted by ProDeo
Originally Posted by Chimon
As you might imagine, people have been debating this topic for thousands of years. There are different schools of thought about free will within Christianity. Personally, as a Christian, I don't believe in free will. I don't think the Bible teaches that anyone has ever had free will. Some Christians disagree with me, and that's fine, we interpret the Bible differently. I am not going to argue for why we don't have free will, that has been done to death already. (If you're curious where, in the Bible,