Tag: Semi-pelagianism

What Did John Wesley Believe?

The following “sermon,” so-called, does not represent my biblical/Gospel view; in fact, it is diametrically opposed to all that I believe. I post it only to (1) evidence what John Wesley believed and preached and (2) to evidence how far he fell from biblical, Gospel, truth. Mr. Wesley deeply, passionately, and without remorse held to…

Why Remain Amongst Them?

Why Remain Amongst Them? By Curt Wildy True Christian faith does not amount to merely reading the Bible, even those portions that pertain to free and sovereign grace, and agreeing with it. True Christian faith is something that you experience by God’s grace, in light of the finished work of Christ, through the effectual working of…

Can You Identify Your True Family?

Can You Identify Your True Family? Or, “The Absurdity of Calminianism” By Curt Wildy Imagine a child saying “Maybe you’ve met my father; his name is Joseph and he is five feet tall, eighty-five pounds, has gray hair, has black eyes, and walks with a pronounced limp.” Then imagine that same child a few weeks,…

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

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…