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The Primitive Doctrine Of Election

Or An Historical Inquiry Into The Ideality And Causation Of Scriptural Election

by George Stanley Faber

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

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    Number of Pages508
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    Open LibraryOL10575319M
    ISBN 100548309469
    ISBN 109780548309469

    Jun 06,  · Chosen by God by R. C. Sproul is the go-to book on the classical understanding of the doctrine of election. Sproul writes in a logical fashion, working through all that the doctrine entails, and building a solid biblical case for it. If you are familiar with Sproul’s preaching, you . Jan 02,  · Question: "Unconditional election - is it biblical?" Answer: Unconditional election is a phrase that is used to summarize what the Bible teaches about the predestination—or the election—of people for salvation. It represents the second letter of the acronym TULIP, which is commonly used to enumerate the five points of Calvinism, also known as the Doctrines of Grace.

    Jul 18,  · Dr. Cornelis Venema speaks about the doctrine of election. His book, Chosen in Christ: Revisiting the Contours of Predestination, is available in Mentor’s Reformed, Exegetical, and Doctrinal. SERMONS ON IMPORTANT SUBJECTS SERMON X DOCTRINE OF ELECTION by the Rev. CHARLES G. FINNEY. EPHESIANS i. According as he hath chosen us in him, before the foundation of the world, that we should be holy, and without blame before him in love, having predestinated us unto the adoption of children, by Jesus Christ, to himself, according to the good .

    Unconditional election (also known as unconditional grace) is a Reformed doctrine relating to predestination that describes the actions and motives of God in eternity past, before he created the world, where he predestined some people to receive salvation, the elect, and the rest he left to continue in their sins and receive the just punishment, eternal damnation, for their transgressions of. By Akash Mishra, WBNUJS. Editor’s Note: This paper discusses the doctrine of election which is given in Section 35 of the Transfer of Property Act and also Sections of the Indian Succession Act. It goes on to discuss the exceptions to the doctrine and also the modes of election. INTRODUCTION. The doctrine of election is stated in Sec. 35 of the Transfer of Property Act alongside.

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Skip to main content. This banner text can have markup. The Primitive Doctrine of Election: Or, An Historical Inquiry Into the Ideality and Causation of Pages: The Primitive Doctrine of Election: Or an Historical Inquiry Into the Ideality and Causation of Scriptural Election by George Stanley Faber Overview - This scarce antiquarian book is included in our special Legacy Reprint Series.

Faber, George Stanley, The primitive doctrine of election: or, An historical inquiry into the ideality and causation of scriptural election, as received and maintained in the primitive church of Christ. The Doctrine Of Election By Erwin W. Lutzer | Before beginning a discussion on election, we want our intentions to be clear: since this doctrine has created so much controversy and has been frequently misunderstood, we do not want our understanding of it to be a means of division, but rather a means of unifying believers as we grapple with God’s sovereign purposes and plan.

It is like the doctrine of eternal punishment, in that it conflicts with the dictates of the carnal mind. It is repugnant to the sentiments of the unregenerate heart.

And like the doctrine of the Holy Trinity and the miraculous birth of our Savior, the truth of election, because it has been revealed by God, must be embraced with simple and unquestioning faith.

The following is a brief discussion of what I understand the biblical doctrine of election to mean. (1) Election does not mean that God merely knew who would believe and on that basis elected them.

Moody thought that election meant this: "God chose me for himself, but the devil chose me for himself. Nov 30,  · Which leads to a second pastoral thought about the effect of knowing the doctrine of election.

The doctrine of election has a strong tendency to make a church rigorous about the truth and about the Scriptures, and so keep it from drifting into doctrinal indifference and conformity to culture.

The doctrine of election tends to give firmness and fiber to flabby minds. The primitive doctrine of election; or, An historical inquiry into the ideality and causation of scriptural election, as received and maintained in the.

The doctrine that God did, before time, make choice of, or elect, a portion of the human race, and predestinate their salvation, is and has been a distinctive doctrine of the church all along the line.

The Primitive Baptists hold to this doctrine. Baptists believed. ‘The Primitive Doctrine of Election, or an Enquiry into Scriptural Election as received in the Primitive Church of Christ,’ ; 2nd ed.

‘The Primitive Doctrine of Justification investigated, relatively to the Definitions of the Church of Rome and the Church of England,’ Language: English. A classic by Arthur Pink, this is a short exposition of the Bible’s doctrine of election.

If you are familiar with other works by Pink you will know that he often goes over Calvinistic doctrines, show where it is derived from Scripture and also show its implication/5.

George Stanley Faber fashions his argument against predestination by examining the works and testimonies from the early Church. Taking issue with both Arminianistic and Calvinistic doctrines of election, Faber argues that predestination was first cited by St.

Augustine and not taught by the first fathers of the Church. Exploring the Old and New Testament, Faber’s exploration of free will and. learns that election is solely a matter of divine grace, hope is kindled in his heart: as he discovers, that election singled out some of the vilest of the vile to be the monuments of divine mercy, why should he despair.

It is a distasteful doctrine. One had naturally thought that a truth so God-honoring, Christ. Apr 01,  · The Reformed view of election, known as unconditional election, means that God does not foresee an action or condition on our part that induces Him to save, election rests on God’s sovereign decision to save whomever He is pleased to save.

In the book of Romans, we find a discussion of this difficult concept. INTRODUCTORY ESSAY Martin Luther described the doctrine of justification by faith as articulus stantis vel cadentis ecclesiæ—the article of faith that decides whether the church is standing or falling. By this he meant that when this doctrine is understood, believed, and preached, as it was in.

So the doctrine of election is biblical, but what does that passage really teach. I want to help you get a better grasp of that by pointing out what Paul teaches about election. If you are a believer, you can equip yourself for your next conversation on this topic.

Title: The Primitive Doctrine of Election: Or an Historical Inquiry into the Ideality and Causation of Scriptural Election, as Received and Maintained in the Primitive Church. May 24,  · "The doctrine of election isn't fair." "Doesn't God give us free will?" "What about John ?" "Why would God save some and not all?" These are just some of the questions and arguments that surround the doctrine of election.

But what does the Bible say about election? In his book and teaching series, Chosen by God, Dr. Sproul carefully explains the meaning of God’s .The primitive doctrine of election; or, An historical inquiry into the ideality and causation of scriptural election, as received and maintained in the primitve church of Christ.

Author: George Stanley Faber.Sep 19,  · John MacArthur teaching on the Doctrine of Election. How You Can Know You’re a Child of God, John Piper Sermon, Biblical Teaching, Christian Revival - .