The Calvinist 
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COMMENT ON CALVINISM

A comment about believing or not believing in Calvinism.

THE FIVE POINTS OF CALVINISM

A brief look at the five points of Calvinism. It is short and sweet but has plenty of scripture references.

PREDESTINATION:

A paper giving a strong case for predestination. Also covers the Eternal Covenant, Total Depravity, Free Will, the Affects of Sin on Man's Free Will and includes a section answering objections. Lots of Scripture references.

ALL MEN SAVED:

A paper on answering the question, "If God predestines people, then why are there verses that say God wants all men to be saved?" You might be surprised by the answer which is, to say the least, intellectually stimulating. Lots of Scripture references.

 ROMANS 9 AND PREDESTINATION

A paper on Romans 9:9-24. Paul answers many of the objections to predestination with a powerful insight into God's divine sovereignty. There is also a test you can take that is built right into the biblical text. Read this paper and see how you do.

COVENANT

This paper examines what a covenant is, its patterns, and some of its manifestations in the Bible. I believe without understanding God's covenant pattern in dealing with Man, you will not be able to have a proper theological understanding of the Bible.
THIS AGE AND THE AGE TO COME:
A paper dealing with the Millennium. The dominant evangelical view is that the millennial reign of Christ is yet to come. But when you examine the biblical evidence concerning "this age" and "the age to come" some interesting information develops. Lots of Scripture references.
ABSOLUTES:
This is not for the faint of heart. Don't tackle this one unless your brain is fresh. It is a short and simple outline of conclusions drawn from God's three main attributes: omnipresence, omniscience, and omnipotence. Hopefully, I show good logic and "prove" that God is in absolute and sovereign control...sorry Arminians.
EXPERIENTIAL CALVINISM AND THE CHARISMATIC GIFTS:
This paper briefly examines the issue of whether or not the charismatic gifts are alive and for the church today. Unlike most Calvinists, I believe the charismatic gifts are for today. Lots of scripture references.

Guess who else moved in the spiritual gifts?

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