The Trial, Burning and Murder of Michael Servetus by John Calvin

Introduction This article will discuss the historical events and people which surround the trial of Michael Servetus. Michael Servetus to some is a hero, a martyr, while to others he is a heretic. The trial of Servetus is frequently used by those who dislike Calvinism...

His Ashes Cry Out Against John Calvin

(The Murder of Michael Servetus) Article By Dan Corner All reference sources are listed at the end of this article. You are about to read an important part of church history from the Reformation period that has been so concealed in our day that very few people know...

Why I Am No Longer a Calvinist – A Facebook Debate

To See the full article please click here. Summary: Recently I contacted an old friend on Facebook (I only reluctantly created a Facebook account and only visit it once a month or so). Many years ago (a little longer than a decade ago) I  was a staunch 5 Point...

Can God Really Love Those He Does Not Save?

[This article is from John MacArthur’s book "The God Who Loves." John MacArthur is a moderate Calvinist, and while I disagree with some of what he teaches here, he does point out the problems those have that deny God loves those He does not save]...

Does God Love the Whole World?

[This article is take from John MacArthurs book "The God Who Loves." Calvinists differ amongst themselves as to the extent of God’s Love.  John MacArthur is a Calvinist, but he does not take the extreme view of some Calvinists who teach that God...

How Far Can Christians Go in Sinning? Faith and Works…

The Death Struggle with Sin The form that sanctification takes is conflict with the indwelling sin that constantly assaults us. The conflict, which is lifelong, involves both resistance to sin’s assaults and the counterattack of mortification, whereby we seek to drain...
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