God doesn’t merely predestine our salvation, he also predestines our sanctification and preservation.
“Why the talk lately about Thomas Aquinas? It’s because Theonomy and Postmillennialism are rooted in the authority of the Bible to govern all of man’s activities. Aquinas held a very different view that has deeply influenced western theological thought. The flashpoint? Put down Aquinas and learn about Cornelius Van Til.” – John White
Let’s take a moment and clear a few things up.
In the Biblical Gospel, the savior (Jesus) pays for individuals’ debt with his own life. In the Democrat’s Gospel, the savior (State) pays for individuals’ debt with someone else’s livelihood.
On one side there is the ditch of the “Social-Gospel.” However, Christians must avoid the temptation of overcompensating and crashing into the other ditch of “Pietism.”
The Bible plainly teaches that there really are two kingdoms. But here’s how many theologians get it wrong.
Our nation will tolerate your private devotion to Christ… for now. But what they are terrified of is Public Faith.
In this episode of Theology Applied, Pastor Joel is joined by Gary DeMar to discuss the Dispensationalism, Premillennialism, and the Man of Lawlessness described in 2 Thessalonians 2:1-12.
It is finished. Christ is seated at the right hand of God.
It’s easy to coast downstream. But if we’re following Jesus, we should expect resistance.