Tag Archives: Predestination

Who does God choose to be His?

It’s common for us evangelical Christians to quote John 6:44, “No one can come to Me unless the Father who sent Me draws him,” to say that no one can come to God on their own. Amen. But does this mean that God is … Continue reading

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The Potter’s cooperative process with the clay

God works with us much like a potter does with clay. But do we understand what that actually means? If you have a deterministic view of God, you will see it as proof that God meticulously controls, molds, and shapes us, without … Continue reading

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Thoughts on predestination

There are some deeply entrenched beliefs, or assumptions, that people hold about about God that actually keeps them from Him or make them doubt His intentions and even demean His character. In this regard, I would like to share a … Continue reading

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