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Examining Predestina tion. Calvinism. Consequences of Non-Biblical View of Sovereignty. T otal hereditary depravity U nconditional election L imited atonement I rresistible grace P erseverance of the saints (Once saved, always saved). Doctrine of Predestination Stated.

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Examining Predestination


Consequences of non biblical view of sovereignty
Consequences of Non-Biblical View of Sovereignty

Total hereditary depravity

Unconditional election

Limited atonement

Irresistible grace

Perseverance of the saints

(Once saved, always saved)

Doctrine of predestination stated
Doctrine of Predestination Stated

“The doctrine of election declares that God before the foundation of the world, chose certain individuals from among the fallen members of Adam’s race to be objects of his undeserved favor. These, and these only, He purposed to save … based solely on His own good pleasure and sovereign will … not determined by, or condition upon, anything men would do” (Steele & Thomas, The Five Points of Calvinism, p. 30).

“Those who were not chosen to salvation were passed by … It is not within the creature’s jurisdiction to call into question the justice of the Creator for not choosing every one to salvation…. The fact that He did this for some, to the exclusion of others, isin no way unfair to the latter group…” (Steele & Thomas, The Five Points of Calvinism, p. 31).

Bible teaching on predestination
Bible Teaching on Predestination

  • Bible teaches God chose to save those in Christ

    • Eph. 1:3-14God purposed or predestined where saved

    • Did not choose random individuals regardless of actions, but those meeting conditions by coming into Christ

    • Rom. 8:29-30God foreordained those He foreknew

  • God is no respecter of persons, but wants all saved

    • Rom. 2:6-11God judges by works; no respect of persons

    • Acts 10:34-35 No respect of persons; accepts on condition

    • Acts 10:42-43 Remission of sins open to all believers

    • 1 Tim 2:3-4God wants all saved & knowing the truth

    • Matt. 11:28fAll that labor & are burdened offered rest

    • Rom. 1:16-17Gospel is God’s power to save conditionally

    • 2 Pet. 3:9-14 God wants all to repent, obey & be saved

    • Rev. 22:17 Whosoever will may come

Since god wants all saved
SinceGod Wants All Saved

He Provide Atonement for All

  • 1 Tim. 2:4-6 Christ gave Himself ransom for all

  • Heb. 2:9 Jesus tasted death for every man

  • 1 Jn. 2:1-2 Propitiation for sins of whole world