By Robert Shank
During this complete therapy of all pertinent Scripture passages facing election, Dr. Shank demonstrates that Calvin's doctrine of the unconditional election and the reprobation of specific humans is with out starting place within the Scriptures. He demanding situations using yes "proof passages" and exhibits that their software during this demeanour calls for circumventing probably the most explicitly specific affirmations of Scripture.Dr. Shank demonstrates that the election of grace doesn't rule out the salvation of any guy, that God really wills all males to be stored. The move is obvious because the point of interest of election and the development during which time and eternity locate their real standpoint.
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The validity of His death as a sacrifice and ransom for men derived from the virtue of His life as in Himself righteousnesstested, proved, and perfected. In the life He lived and the death He died, Jesus was the Elector, electing men to salvation and the kingdom of God. There is one God, and one Mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus, who gave himself IV. A Ransom for All. An integral part of Calvinism's system of theology is the doctrine of limited atonement. Advocates of limited atonement, however, are divided into two schools: those who hold the position of Calvin, and those who hold the position posited in the Westminster Confession of Faith.
There is one God, and one Mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus, who gave himself IV. A Ransom for All. An integral part of Calvinism's system of theology is the doctrine of limited atonement. Advocates of limited atonement, however, are divided into two schools: those who hold the position of Calvin, and those who hold the position posited in the Westminster Confession of Faith. Representative of those who hold the Westminster position is John Murray, Professor of Systematic Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia.
Fulfillment corporately (certain): Eph. 5:27, Christ will present the ekklesia to Himself hagia kai amomos. Fulfillment individually (contingent): Col. 1:23, He will present us hagious kai amomous before Him-if we continue in the faith grounded and settled and be not moved away from the hope of the Gospel. The fact that the election is corporate and comprehends individuals only in association with the elect body is reflected in many passages of Scripture. For example, in Romans 11 Paul declares that the corporate election of the Israel within Israel remained unimpaired, though some of the branches were broken off because of unbelief.
Elect in the Son , A Study in the Doctrine of Election. by Robert Shank