Can you discuss the issue of election and free will?

  1. Can you discuss the issue of election and free will?
  2. Can you discuss the doctrine of unconditional election?
  3. Can you explain the phenomenon of being “slain in the Spirit”?
  4. Was the creation of the world also the beginning of time?

This Week

2 Kings 23:22-25:30

2 Kings 23:22-25:30
Josiah was a good king, and influenced Judah for good; but as soon as he was out of the picture, the people fell back into their old evil ways.
Josiah was a good king, and influenced Judah for good; but as soon as he was out of the picture, the people fell back into their old evil ways. show less

Romans Introduction

Romans 1:1
Dr. McGee gives us an introduction to one of the most important of the epistles of Paul. He explains salvation, sanctification, and the security of... show more
Dr. McGee gives us an introduction to one of the most important of the epistles of Paul. He explains salvation, sanctification, and the security of the believer. Paul was writing to the church at Rome, which was a large body of Christians who were about to suffer great persection under some of those Caesars. show less

Romans 1:1-4

Romans 1:1-4
Some of the most important doctrines of the Bible; the deity of Christ, and His all-surpassing resurrection from the dead. Paul declares himself to be... show more
Some of the most important doctrines of the Bible; the deity of Christ, and His all-surpassing resurrection from the dead. Paul declares himself to be a called apostle of this very Christ, and staked his life upon these truths. show less

Romans 1:3-13

Romans 1:3-13
Paul describes how the faith in Jesus was being spread abroad, and founded upon the importance of the resurrection of Christ. This section also... show more
Paul describes how the faith in Jesus was being spread abroad, and founded upon the importance of the resurrection of Christ. This section also indicates that Paul was the founder of the church at Rome. show less

Romans 1:14-20

Romans 1:14-20
Paul considered himself a debtor to everyone, that he should pay a debt to give them the Gospel of Christ. Even today, we owe every person an... show more
Paul considered himself a debtor to everyone, that he should pay a debt to give them the Gospel of Christ. Even today, we owe every person an opportunity to be saved. We will owe that debt "until everyone has heard." show less

Can you discuss the issue of election and free will?

Can you discuss the issue of election and free will? ... show more
  1. Can you discuss the issue of election and free will?
  2. Can you discuss the doctrine of unconditional election?
  3. Can you explain the phenomenon of being “slain in the Spirit”?
  4. Was the creation of the world also the beginning of time?
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An Inventory of Self

Romans 4:1-5
Doctors encourage us to have annual check-ups, but they can only measure our physical well being. What about our spiritual wellness? Dr. McGee... show more

Doctors encourage us to have annual check-ups, but they can only measure our physical well being. What about our spiritual wellness? Dr. McGee provides us with the measuring rod by which we should measure ourselves in light of God’s Word.

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