Saturday, April 19, 2008
I don't really like the term "limited atonement". Even Arminians believe in limited atonement in a sense. The term is kind of vague, and I believe it doesn't adequately represent the doctrine of God completely saving certain people and not just merely making a plan or salvation a hypothetical possibility unless a person does whatever is in "the list." I prefer "definite atonement" or "particular redemption", but I put the title of this post as is because there is so much confusion surrounding that term. I also don't know how many times I've heard "Well, Paul Washer doesn't believe in all that Calvinistic stuff..." This sermon sheds light on both matters.
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