Universal Atonement Doctrine Dishonors God John Gill


Universal Atonement Doctrine Dishonors God John Gill The first set of arguments shall be taken from hence, that universal redemption reflects highly on the perfections of God; and what is contrary to the divine perfections, cannot be true; for God cannot deny himself, nor do anything contrary to his nature and attributes. 1. The universal … Citește în continuare

Particular Redemption A Sermon Delivered February 28, 1858, by C. H. SPURGEON,


Particular Redemption A Sermon Delivered February 28, 1858, by C. H. SPURGEON, at the Music Hall, Royal Surrey Gardens, London, England „Even as the Son of man came not to be ministered unto, but to minister and to give his life a ransom for many.” Matthew 20:28 When first it was my duty to occupy … Citește în continuare

Does the Bible teach that Christ died for all men or only those who are or will be saved? Are some people predestined to be saved and others to be lost? Dr. Bobby G. Batson


Does the Bible teach that Christ died for all men or only those who are or will be saved? Are some people predestined to be saved and others to be lost? Dr. Bobby G. Batson Park Place Baptist Church Little Rock, Arkansas In answer to the questions “Does the Bible teach that Christ died for … Citește în continuare

A DEFENCE OF PARTICULAR REDEMPTION WHEREIN THE DOCTRINE OF THE LATE MR. FULLER RELATIVE TO THE ATONEMENT OF CHRIST, IS TRIED BY THE WORD OF GOD. BY WILLIAM RUSHTON,


A DEFENCE OF PARTICULAR REDEMPTION WHEREIN THE DOCTRINE OF THE LATE MR. FULLER RELATIVE TO THE ATONEMENT OF CHRIST, IS TRIED BY THE WORD OF GOD. BY WILLIAM RUSHTON, LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND, 1831 Zion’s Advocate Print, Luray, Virginia 1904. PREFACE Actuated by a desire to benefit the cause of truth, I publish and send forth this … Citește în continuare

For Whom Did Christ Die? by C. H. Spurgeon


For Whom Did Christ Die? by C. H. Spurgeon N ow, you are aware that there are different theories of Redemption. All Christians hold that Christ died to redeem, but all Christians do not teach the same redemption. We differ as to the nature of atonement, and as to the design of redemption. For instance, … Citește în continuare

FOR WHOM DID CHRIST DIE? John Owen


FOR WHOM DID CHRIST DIE? John Owen The Father imposed His wrath due unto, and the Son underwent punishment for, either: 1. All the sins of all men. 2. All the sins of some men, or 3. Some of the sins of all men. In which case it may be said: a. That if the … Citește în continuare