Though Paul is writing to his believing friends who are forever filled by the Holy Spirit, on this particular occasion he is not bashful to call them “fools.” He calls them such in verses 1 and 3. Here, the astonished Apostle uses the same term used by Jesus when speaking to a couple dull disciples … More My Foolishness Starts Where My Faith Ends
Hyper Grace is a glorious thing. For Hyper Grace, biblically understood, works. Now friends, please do not rush to conclusions about me and my theology. Do not put me in your theological camps quite yet. If you come to the conclusion that I am a licentious antinomian who treats sin lightly, you have misunderstood me. … More Hyper Grace, Biblically Understood, is a Glorious Thing
Can a good Calvinist encourage someone to “choose Jesus?” Yes, I know the Bible teaches that men are so horribly deprave that they will not — even cannot — call upon Christ on their own. No one seeks God. No one naturally and independently chooses him. I also know that God’s Word speaks of God’s … More Save Yourself?