“Peter had a true faith concerning Christ, that is, a saving, and not a hypocritical, though he imagined through mistake, … Continue reading Crossless Christianity
In a certain book I possess (I have since forgotten which book that is) the author quotes the God-hater John … Continue reading Herman Witsius on Annihilation
“being regenerated, not by corruptible seed, but incorruptible, through the living Word of God, and remaining forever. Because all flesh … Continue reading Invincible Ignorance?
In a previous post the unbelieving Witsius made reference to Psalm 133. “Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren … Continue reading Communion in Light
Witsius writes (not an endorsement or promotion of Witsius as a true Christian; paragraphing mine): “It is necessary, however, to … Continue reading Pleasant and Arduous
“Then Simon Peter having a sword drew it, and smote the high priest’s servant, and cut off his right ear. … Continue reading He was Heard
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?