Monthly Archives: July 2013

“If We Love a Person”

“If we love a person, we like to think about him. We do not need to be reminded of him. We do not forget his name, or his appearance, or his character, or his opinions, or his tastes, or his position, … Continue reading

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John Calvin’s Abrupt Call

Calvinism is a bad word in today’s world, even in some Christian circles.  John Calvin is reduced in the minds of most to a man who espoused the difficult doctrine of election, leading  to a sort of hopelessness and anti-evangelistic … Continue reading

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