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All articles & reviews tagged with sovereignty-of-god

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January 1999
Articles > Biblical/theological

Hard questions: predestination and the gospel

From time to time the Editors receive letters which pose difficult questions. The correspondents often disagree sincerely with the position taken by Evangelical Times on important issues of doctrine or concern. In this occasional series, we intend to air these matters and seek to provide some biblical answers to 'hard questions'. The problem of…

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July 1997
Articles > Biblical/theological

What have we done wrong?

John and Mary were twenty-five years old when they were married. That was twenty-five years ago and they have just celebrated their silver wedding anniversary with their two children, twenty-three-year-old Jack, and Martha who is twenty-one. In many respects the celebrations were a happy occasion with relatives and close friends from their church coming…

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October 1995
Articles > Biblical/theological

The true God

Concerning the character of God, what gross mistakes men make! I believe it is a mistake about God himself which has been the root and foundation of all the mistakes in theology. My conviction is that the free-will theology of today makes God to be less than he is. The professors of that system…

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September 1995
Articles > Biblical/theological

Arminians need the gospel, too

'But I don't believe Jesus did die for everyone,' I said. The words hung for a moment as if there was some reluctance to hear them. 'Are you a Calvinist?' my friend enquired cagily. 'Well,' I said, 'I believe a lot of things John Calvin be1ieved.' 'What about John 3:16, then?' He went on…

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July 1995
Articles > Biblical/theological

War

Conflicts have raged between nations down through the centuries. In spite of efforts to bring about world peace, men continue to fight old battles and new ones begin. Somewhere, conflict rages in the world every moment. People continue to die when nearly everyone wants to have peace. Why are there wars? Fighting starts when…

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June 1995
Articles > Biblical/theological

Jesus paid it all

King Herod enjoyed playing to an audience, though the part he played was brutal and murderous. He executed James, brother of the apostle John. This pleased the Jews, so Herod went after Peter too. But God had said, 'Touch not mine anointed' (Psalm 105:15). The Lord Jesus warned that whoever offended one of these…

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June 1995
Articles > Ecclesiological & Pastoral

All sorts, diversity and variety

'For who maketh thee to differ one from another? and what hast thou that thou didst not receive? now if thou didst receive it, why dost thou glory as if thou hadst not received it?' (1 Corinthians 4:7). The apostle Paul wrote these words because of divisions in the Corinthian church. It was a…

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