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What is repentance by Catherine Booth.

PART I: ENTERING THE HIGHWAY CHAPTER ONEWhat is Repentance? IN the mouths of three witnesses–John the Baptist, Jesus Christ and the Apostle Paul–this word shall be established, that repentance is an indispensable condition of entering the Kingdom of God. People

Posted in Repentance, Salvation, William and Catherine Booth.

Are you a Disciple?

If you dont love Jesus more than everyone you cannot be a disciple. If you dont carry your cross you cannot be a disciple. If you dont give up everything you have you cannot be a disciple. One must be

Posted in Anabaptist Theology., Articles by Jamie RA Gerrard., Christian character, Discipleship, Salvation

A charge against those who say we teach “Works Salvation”.

A charge against those who say we teach a “Works Based Salvation”. Today, we who deny original sin, total depravity and the Tulip are falsely accused of teaching a works based salvation. But this could not be further from the

Posted in Articles by Jamie RA Gerrard., Doctrine, Original sin., Reformed Theology, Repentance, Salvation

Short summary on Salvation.

Salvation is a process. We see in the Bible the, New Birth. A testing period. The Adoption of Sons. Then finally after one has endured to the end, entering the Kingdom of God.

Posted in Articles by Jamie RA Gerrard., Doctrine, Salvation

The definition of Faith according to the Bible.

Faith; the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen (Hebrews 11:1).   What is the substance and evidence spoken of in the verses thereafter???   …a more excellent sacrifice. …the preparing of an ark …sojourning in

Posted in Anabaptist Theology., Christian character, Discipleship, Doctrine, Obedience., Salvation

Synergism as a Model for God’s Glory

Originally posted on Arminian Perspectives:
Several common accusations we hear from Calvinists are that a Synergistic view of faith (as opposed to regeneration) ‘robs God of the glory.’ “It’s man-centered,” they say, “and gives man room to boast in saving himself!”…

Posted in Free-Will, Reformed Theology, Salvation

Regeneration does not precede faith, and about DEPRAVITY

Originally posted on Bjorkbloggen:
Regeneration in the Bible “Regenerate” and “regenerated” are not found in the KJV Bible. Not in the NIV either for that matter. Neither is “regeneration” found in the NIV but it’s found twice in the KJV. “Regeneration” is a translation…

Posted in Doctrine, Reformed Theology, Salvation