Tag: Arminianism

On The Nature Of Grace (And Why It Matters)

SINCE GOD HAS TO GIVE GRACE TO BELIEVE THE GOSPEL…As even the leaders amongst the Arminians and Sacramentalists concede (as opposed to the Pelagians and most Semi-Pelagians, as often found in the pews): 1) It stands to reason that man, by nature, cannot believe without said grace. 2) If man cannot believe without said grace,…

New Page: "The Gospel Difference"

New Page: “The Gospel Difference” By Curt Wildy I’ve added a page that both defines the Gospel and covers the main arguments and counter-arguments associated with freewill counterfeits. I hope it is useful… the PDF option may be easier for some to read. May God strengthen and uphold all that are is. Sincerely, Curt

The True Importance of John Wesley

The True Importance of John Wesley By Curt Wildy Was John Wesley used of God? For over two centuries, many have vehemently debated this question. Though many rightly despised the religion of this man, many more loved both him and the theology that he proclaimed. Despite these mixed feelings and the length of time that has transpired, the question nonetheless remains: was…

Do You Worship A Counterfeit Christ?

Do You Worship a Counterfeit Christ? The following chart compares the True Christ, the Christ of the Bible, to the many counterfeits that are promoted in the vast majority of churches in our day. The number of congregations faithfully worshiping the biblical Christ is exceedingly small, representing but a remnant, a chosen few that God…

Some Thoughts On Doctrine

Some Thoughts On Doctrine Doctrine, transliterated as didaskaliva (Strong’s G1319), literally means: teaching, instruction, that which is taught, and precepts. Whether we are speaking of the doctrines of grace, the Doctrine of Christ, or the Gospel, we are speaking of the same essential precepts that God reveals to His elect concerning salvation. Those who say that…

God’s Will or Man’s Will?

God’s Will or Man’s Will? Throughout the history of Christianity, there has been a vigorous conflict between Christians (those who have been saved by the free will and sovereign grace of God), and those within Christendom who profess Christ, but who really partake in will-worship (as the Holy Spirit, through the Apostle Paul, calls it…