Matthew Henry commenting on Acts 10:34 (regarding Cornelius). “He never did, nor ever will, reject or refuse an honest Gentile, … Continue reading An Explicit Regard
The quote cited below is from the damnable heretic Jonathan Edwards’ Miscellanies (some paragraphing mine; caps are original at the Jonathan Edwards … Continue reading A Cryptic Consideration
William Cowper (1731-1800) writes something that appears to be consonant with the gospel-denying, Christ-dishonoring doctrine called “inclusivism.” Ten thousand sages … Continue reading Ten Thousand Sages
Jerome Zanchius (Girolamo Zanchi) writes the following: “OF REPROBATION, OR PREDESTINATION AS IT RESPECTS THE UNGODLY. FROM what has been … Continue reading Zanchius’ inclusivism
I’ll begin with a couple of quotes on this Reformed Confession: “The Second Helvetic Confession is on some accounts to … Continue reading Second Helvetic Confession (1)
Inclusivism briefly defined, is the position that states that while salvation by Christ is ontologically necessary, it is not epistemologically … Continue reading Inclusivism: The Calvinist Consensus?
The following is my transcription of Gordon H. Clark’s guest lectures at Gordon-Conwell Seminary. In March of 1994 the late … Continue reading Gordon Clark lecture, “Is Christianity a religion?
Was Cornelius a saved man before he met Peter? I conclude that Cornelius was a saved man before he met … Continue reading Cornelius
The following is from the WCF Chapter 10, section 3 (“Of effectual calling”): III. Elect infants, dying in infancy, are … Continue reading W.G.T. Shedd on WCF 10:3
Here are some excerpts from a sermon that John Piper preached on Cornelius. My comments interspersed. -C-Dunc The Story About … Continue reading John Piper on Cornelius