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The Potter’s House: Sunday, November 25, 2012

Posted in Uncategorized by Paul M. Dohse Sr. on November 26, 2012

Gospel Review from Chapter One of, False Reformation: Four Tenets of Luther and Calvin’s Egregious False Gospel

Something new has happened at the Potter’s House. We have a set schedule leading up to the 2013 TANC conference which includes the publishing of two, maybe three books. However, because contentions from our Reformed friends closely relate to our present study in the book of Romans, Susan and I have decided to write a book that addresses our contentions in a more specific way. Lord willing, what will hopefully be more of a booklet than a book will be ready for print in, or about ten days. The first chapter of the book will serve as an apt review of what we have covered in Romans thus far. So, the message this morning will be a reading of the first chapter: “What is the gospel?”

PPT visitors can follow the progress of the book on our blog. An updated pdf file will be posted periodically. The book will delve deeply into what Luther and Calvin specifically wrote about the gospel. It will also make the case that present-day New Calvinists have a factual understanding of what the Reformers believed about the gospel. These are men who understand enough to be dangerous, and have ruined Luther and Calvin’s masterful nuances.

All prayers are greatly appreciated. With that, let’s take another look at the gospel from chapter one.

Click here on this link: False Reformation: Four Tenets of Luther and Calvin’s Egregious False Gospel 

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  1. paulspassingthoughts said, on November 29, 2012 at 3:10 PM

    Jimmy,
    So what? That isn’t what the Reformers believed, so why would that point interest me in regard to what I am writing? They clearly believed you could lose your salvation.

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  2. lydiasellerofpurple@yahoo.com said, on November 30, 2012 at 7:38 PM

    “It’s like asking me, “Total Depravity,’ who has ever said that?”

    Very good point. The whole total depravity/total inability concept is foriegn to scripture. AS if man has no choice but to murder, destroy, hate. I often wonder why all unbelievers are not maiming and killing. Calvinists have an answer for that: decreetal god throws out some common grace. Nice neat package that renders man useless and automans. If you take their doctrine to it’s logical conclusion, the cross was not needed.

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