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A Long Faithfulness

McKnight Scot ☆ 3 review

A clear and captivating discussion about securing the way to eternal life the role God plays the role we play and the key Bible passages that illuminate the mystery of salvationMcKnight recounts his own journey of biblical study from his early years of Calvinist conviction to his deep work studying and teaching from the Hebrews Warni. WeightyThese are some incredibly tough thing is to have to wrestle through This is not something to take lightly or think that you understand after reading the short essay Scot is an incredible author and theologian and his words should be taken seriously This would have profound pastoral implications if what he is arguing for is true

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Can we choose and un choose God Or does he choose and un choose usIn A Long Faithfulness The Case for Christian Perseverance theologian Scot McKnight examines what the Bible says about human salvation Inspired in part by a resurgent Calvinist movement and its particular emphasis on God's meticulous sovereignty McKnight invites us to. Can a follower of Christ turn away from Jesus and lose his promised inheritance of resurrection life YesA case against “once saved always saved” based on the book of Hebrews I have been convinced based on scripture empirical realities and reasoning for a while that it is indeed possible to walk away from God after having received his Spirit Though God remains faithful it is possible to move from non faith towards faith and than back towards non faith These warnings are very real and must be heeded

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Ng Passages There he faces the dominant theme in Calvinism today that of meticulous or exhaustive sovereignty and his exegetical conclusions about these key passages both set him free from the ideas of determinism and kindle a greater sense that the church needs to summon Christians to the necessity of faithfulness for final redempti. Solid imo convincing argument re one’s freedom to forfeit one’s once genuine salvation Would love to read a point by point response by a hard core Calvinist tackling the same passages that McKnight focuses on in this essay


5 thoughts on “A Long Faithfulness

  1. says:

    Can a follower of Christ turn away from Jesus and lose his promised inheritance of resurrection life? YesA case against “once saved always saved” based on the book of Hebrews I have been convinced based on scripture empirical realities and reasoning for a while that it is indeed possible to walk away from God after having received his Spirit Though God remains faithful it is possible to move from non faith towards faith and than back towards non faith These warnings are very real and must be heeded


  2. says:

    WeightyThese are some incredibly tough thing is to have to wrestle through This is not something to take lightly or think that you understand after reading the short essay Scot is an incredible author and theologian and his words should be taken seriously This would have profound pastoral implications if what he is arguing for is true


  3. says:

    Solid imo convincing argument re one’s freedom to forfeit one’s once genuine salvation Would love to read a point by point response by a hard core Calvinist tackling the same passages that McKnight focuses on in this essay


  4. says:

    Huh?I struggled with what exactly the author was trying to communicate perhaps I lack the depth of theological study necessary I came away confused than when I started


  5. says:

    Compelling If you’re intellectually honest this book will — whether you agree or not with the author’s conclusion — make you thinkAnd maybe even tremble


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