Law of Liberty

For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worth comparing with the glory that is to be revealed to us.

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The Noahic and Abrahamic Covenant

Covenants are extremely important in the Bible. Covenants are agreements between two parties. Sometimes they have conditions that must be performed by both parties, but there is also the unconditional covenant where one party declares that they will be faithful to their promise based without anything needed from the party they are in covenant with….

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Inspiration, Inerrancy, and Authority of Scripture

The Bible is a compilation of letters and books written by men whom God used in order to deliver his divine revelation concerning himself and the created world. The Bible is inspired by God meaning that its content is actually written by God himself even though men are the ones who pinned it. The Bible…

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Continuing Revelation?

I am a cessationist by default, because I have never seen any of the gifts concerning continuing revelation used in a way that adheres to the biblical description of such revelation. My sister has claimed to have this gift of prophecy. She claimed to have received a vision like message from the Lord revealing that…

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General Revelation & Special Revelation

General revelation is different from special revelation in that all humans possess it equally. It is the natural revelation that gather from the world that we are a part of. The revelation comes in part from our ability to understand that the world and all the things in it have been created by an incredibly…

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The Noetic Effects of Sin

The doctrine of the noetic effects of sin teaches that man’s mind and intellect has become corrupted and defective concerning our ability to know God according to truth. It all started in the garden of Eden, when Adam and his wife Eve ate from the forbidden tree of the knowledge of good and evil. This…

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The Doctrine of the Trinity

Through special revelation from the scriptures it is evident that God is triune, meaning that three persons share one essence. The beginnings of this doctrinal revelation originate in the book of Genesis. In Gen 1:26 God says, “Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness.” This shows that God is in fellowship…

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The Dichotomist View of Mankind

The dichotomist view of mankind holds that man is made up of two different parts. One part is the physical aspect commonly called the body, and the other part is immaterial aspect of man’s being called the soul or spirit. Some people believe that man is made up of three parts. They separate the soul…

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The Roles of Men and Women

In the Christian world there are two opposing views concerning the roles that women and men are supposed to play. Both of these views will dramatically change the way that the family operates in this fallen world. Egalitarianism is the belief that men and women are equals and should be in subjection to each other….

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The Dual Natures of Christ in Salvation

Christ has two natures that are essential for the salvation of man. The first is that Christ is God. If Jesus Christ was not God, men would never have an opportunity to be freed from sin because salvation requires a perfect sacrifice in place of the sinner. Jesus said in Luke 18:19 “No one is…

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John Calvin’s View on Limited Atonement

John Calvin the great Geneva reformer was born in 1509 at Noyon in Picardy, located in northern France. From the age of fourteen to the age of nineteen Calvin studied at Paris University in the pursuit of his father’s desire for him to become a Roman Catholic priest.1Nicholas R. Needham, 2,000 Years of Christ’s Power…

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