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Why God Did Not Elect Calvinists Lecture

“Election, elect, chosen” (and the derivatives) are terms that have nothing to do with one’s eternal destiny. Scripture does speak at length of “the elect” and “the chosen” but these terms are devoid of the Calvinistic sense of someone who has been chosen to receive eternal life. The term elect and its derivatives therefore are not salvific in meaning but ... Read More »

Book Douglas

Douglas is an internationally recognized and sought after speaker. He is an outside of the box thinker and brings a fresh and unique perspective of the Word of God based on years of research utilizing his knowledge of Hebrew, Greek, and Aramaic which he gained while studying at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He has produced four books and numerous articles and ... Read More »

The Creation of Evil, Free Will, and the Image of God

Why did God place the tree of the knowledge of good and evil in the garden when eating from it would result in our first parents experiencing death and separation? Being created in the Image of God appears to entail one more aspect: the ability to choose. While God created everything good (that is without any defect whatsoever) and the ... Read More »

Why God Did Not Elect Calvinists: The Biblical Concept of Election Never Means Predestined to Salvation and Commonly is a Reference to Israel

The biblical usage of “election” has absolutely nothing to do with salvation contrary to the teaching of Calvinism. Calvin summarizes this foundational doctrine in his book Institutes of the Christian Religion (Book 3 chapter 21): “Of the eternal election, by which God has predestinated some to salvation, and others to destruction.” He qualifies his summary by stating:   The predestination ... Read More »

Part Seven: The Sons of Seth and Daughters of Cain Theory Refuted

The Bible is replete with evidence that the sons of God in Genesis 6:1-4 are fallen angels (demons). All of the ancient Jewish and Ante-Nicene Christian commentators believed the “sons of God” to be referring to demons (fallen angels).   Augustine of Hippo The first, as far as we can see, to definitively deny the sons of God as being ... Read More »

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