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The Jews Are the Elect, Election is Not Salvation (Why God Did Not Elect Calvinists)
The biblical usage of "election" has absolutely nothing to do with salvation contrary to the teaching of Calvinism. Calvin summarizes this foundational doctrine in his book Institutes of the Christian Religion (Book 3 chapter 21): "Of the eternal election, by which God has predestinated some to salvation, and others to destruction." He qualifies his summary by stating:
The predestination by which God adopts some to the hope of life, and adjudges others to eternal death, no man who would be thought pious ventures simply to deny...By predestination we mean the eternal decree of God, by which he determined wit... Read more »
Explaining Calvinism to Calvinists (and Others)
Many Calvinists ... why a Calvinist could not pray for someone to be elect. Many of them equated “election” with “conversion” or “salvation.” That’s false to true Calvinism. Of course, if all they mean is that any person can express a wish to ...
WHOSOEVER WILL: Another view of the biblical doctrine of election
Calvinists formulated their doctrine of election without distinction between Israel and the church. Thus, they did not allow that God might deal differently with Israel as a special people and the individual elect ... Salvation Election succinctly, and why ...
Did Jesus Die for All or for Only the Elect? Two Theologians Debate
For whom did Jesus die ... "For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life." The term, "the world," is clearly defined in John's Gospel, and it cannot mean the elect ...
Chosen for Life – The Case for Divine Election
Sam Storms' book Chosen for Life: The Case for Divine Election has been considered a classic and a must read by many. I am embarrassed to say that I had not read this `classic ... question reduces to this: Does God elect people *because* they believe ...
Luther vs. Calvin on assurance of salvation
For he trusts in and builds on something of his own, namely, a gift which he has from God ... doubting one's own election? It must be admitted that it does not. Lutherans believe in perseverance of the elect, but they do not, as Calvinists do, believe ...
Addressing the Top Five Misconceptions of Calvinism
 By far, the most uttered complaint against election is that it’s not fair. And yet, every Christian acknowledges they don’t deserve God’s mercy and His salvation ... of why I think this is the easiest teaching of Calvinism to believe, see ...
Salvation and the Mission of God: A Panel Discussion Worth Your Time
We think that conversations like this matter—people need more theological discussion, not less. In fact, The Gospel Project 2014-15 winter study for adults and students is titled "The God Who Saves" and explores the biblical doctrines of election ...
Do Christians, Muslims and Jews worship the same God?
Yale Divinity School theologian Miroslav Volf recently edited a book titled “Do We Worship the Same God? Jews, Christians, and Muslims in Dialogue.” In the introduction, Volf explained why ... not behavior, is the essential measure of salvation.
Southern Baptist group counters Calvinism
Extreme Calvinists interpret the phrase in John 3:16 “God so love the world” to mean not every person but only those predestined to be saved, Geisler said. “According to five-point Calvinism ... elect, Jesus doesn’t love him.” John Calvin himself ...
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