Monthly Archives: May 2015

Can Someone Be Born Again and Have No Fruit at All? (Further Examination of This False Teaching)

Again, some (not all) within the “Free Grace” movement believe something that is not taught in the Bible. Some have embraced the notion that it’s possible for a born again believer to never bring forth any fruit during the course of his or her … Continue reading

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The Parable of the Seed and the Sower: How the Word is Received in the Heart (Part 2)

God draws and softens the stony heart, and when this is happening, then the hearer is able to receive the word by inclining his or her ear to listen to the word. Without God’s drawing, inclining the ear to hear and receive … Continue reading

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The Parable of the Seed and the Sower: How the Word is Received in the Heart

Many Christians today believe that salvation can be lost. They believe that a born again believer not only should, but must maintain a certain level of fruit (good works) in order to inherit the kingdom of God. And if he … Continue reading

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Can Someone Be Born Again and Have No Fruit at All? (A Split in the “Free Grace” Movement)

This post is a prelude to a study i’ll be posting soon about the Parable of the Seed and the Sower. Believe it or not, there are some (not all) in the “Free Grace” movement who believe that a man or … Continue reading

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Why So Many Denominations Exist: The Refusal to Be Objective

Have you ever wondered why there are so many Christian denominations today? I don’t know what the official Christian denomination count is in America today, but i know it’s in the thousands. Why? Why can’t Christian pastors come together in doctrinal harmony? … Continue reading

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