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LBM Podcast 0017 – Doctrines of Grace (Calvinism) – Perseverance of the Saints

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In this episode Jason continues the series that discusses the Doctrines of Grace. We begin this episode with a discussion of the terrorist acts in France and the inability of the secular worldview to deal with this. We then go into a discussion of the the doctrine of the Perseverance of the Saints. This doctrine teaches that God will persevere all of his elect to the end. It teaches that the elect of God will continue in the faith till the end of their life because their faith is a gift from God and Christ is mediating and interceding for them.

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http://logicalbelief.org/2015/09/25/is-calvinism-biblical/

http://logicalbelief.org/documents/Perseverance_of_the_Saints.pdf

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LBM Podcast 0016 – Doctrines of Grace (Calvinism) – Irresistible Grace

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In this episode Jason continues the series that discusses the Doctrines of Grace. In this episode we first discuss presuppositional apologetics and a recent Christian/Atheist Debate and then we focus on the doctrine of Irresistible Grace. This doctrine says that when the Holy Spirit regenerates the heart of the individual that God has foreknown and elected to salvation that individual will without fail come to Christ in faith. The regenerated person will always believe and trust in Christ alone for his salvation because he has been given a new heart with new desires. The regenerated person has been given a new spiritual nature that both desires to and can please God.

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Epic Debate Over God’s Existence

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LBM Podcast 0015 – Doctrines of Grace (Calvinism) – Limited Atonement

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In this episode Jason continues the series that discusses the Doctrines of Grace. In this episode we focus on the doctrine of Limited Atonement (Particular Redemption). This doctrine teaches that the atonement of Christ on the cross was intended for and applied to the elect of God. It means that Christ completely saved certain individuals at the cross. The atonement was particular in its intention and effect but sufficient for all. This doctrine does not teach that Christ’s sacrifice was incapable of saving all people but that it was not intended for all people.

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http://logicalbelief.org/2015/09/25/is-calvinism-biblical/

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LBM Podcast 0014 – Doctrines of Grace (Calvinism) – Unconditional Election

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In this episode Jason continues the series that discusses the Doctrines of Grace. In this episode we focus on the doctrine of Unconditional Election. This is the doctrine that God has predestined and elected before time began a particular people for salvation that is not based on anything that they have done.

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http://logicalbelief.org/2015/09/25/is-calvinism-biblical/

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Is Calvinism Biblical?

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What is Calvinism? Calvinism is the term that has taken on the meaning that God is sovereign in salvation. Sometimes it is referred to as Reformed Theology, the Doctrines of Grace, Augustinianism, Wyclifism, Pauline Theology, etc. Throughout the history of the Christian Church one form or another of these doctrines have been taught. There have been slight nuances between the different perspectives but the primary tenets of the doctrines have been consistent. Calvinism is named after the Geneva, Switzerland Reformer John Calvin (1509-1564). This is unfortunate as those who have read Calvin know that were he alive today he would be appose to having these doctrines named after him. He was much too humble of a man to have accepted such an honor. Most of those that impugn the character of Calvin have not read any of what he has written.

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