Andrew, our youngest son, is graduating from high school in May. This means it is time for Laura and me to put some words on paper to be printed on his senior page. In doing so, we have written the following sentence: May you continue to love God and your neighbors. However, upon further consideration, … More Seeking to Fathom the Unfathomable
As believers, we have all the forgiveness we will ever need. Christ’s gracious and sacrificial work on the cross is one and done. He paid for all the sins of all the elect for all of their lives. There remains no more sin for which to pay. No more blood is needed from Christ. No penance or probation or partnership is … More Grace that is Greater than All our Sin
The doctrine of predestination is one that troubles many a soul. To a segment of Christendom, predestination is a misrepresentation of God and Scripture. To them, one ought not present a Deity who sovereignly selects, before the beginning of time, to deliver justice to some and mercy to others. Therefore, many in anti-predestinarian camps disagree with … More Everyone has some Doctrine of Predestination, What is yours?