The issue of election is quite the hot topic. It is fiercely debated within denominations, across denominations, and even across religions. One objection I commonly hear is that election means God is arbitrary. The argument often goes something like this: The Argument. “If election means that God ultimately decides who will be saved, then God […]
Stick With The Stuff
I have friends who are Catholic, some of whom I am convinced are my brothers and sisters in Christ based on our common affirmation that people are rescued from the just penalty of sin by grace alone through faith alone in Christ alone (Protestant Reformation-esque–? Odd…). What’s more, there are apparently (I have never attended […]
What Is Reformed Theology?
The Intro. I’m glad the title didn’t scare you off too quickly. Â I also debated calling this post, “Why Martin Luther Brought the Theological Thunder,” or, “Lex Just Thought He Was The Toughest Luther,” but, “What Is Reformed Theology?” won out in the end. Why This Post? I’m not mainly interested in a neat history […]