Potter's Freedom: A Defense of the Reformation and Reply Norman Geisler's Chosen But Free

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What is Dr. Geisler warning the Christian community about in his book, Chosen But Free"? A new cult? Secularism? False prophesy scenarios? No. Dr. Geisler is sounding the alarm about a system of beliefs commonly called "Calvinism." He insists that this belief system is "theologically inconsistent, philosophically insufficient, and morally repugnant." This book is written as a reply to Dr. Geisler, but is much more; it is a defense of the very principles upon which the Protestant...

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Overview

What is Dr. Geisler warning the Christian community about in his book, Chosen But Free"? A new cult? Secularism? False prophesy scenarios? No. Dr. Geisler is sounding the alarm about a system of beliefs commonly called "Calvinism." He insists that this belief system is "theologically inconsistent, philosophically insufficient, and morally repugnant." This book is written as a reply to Dr. Geisler, but is much more; it is a defense of the very principles upon which the Protestant Reformation was founded.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781879737433
  • Publisher: Calvary Press
  • Publication date: 8/22/2007
  • Pages: 338
  • Product dimensions: 5.38 (w) x 8.38 (h) x 0.75 (d)

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James White is one of the most prolific Christian apologists today. He has pubically debated cult members as will as heretical Christians sects.

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  • Posted August 4, 2009

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    Calvinism--Theory or Faith?

    Is Calvinism a theory? In choosing to accept this theory would that make a person's election theoretical?

    How close is the theory of Calvinism to genetic predisposition?

    Do you think God predestines an individual by arranging the genes that determine our physical and mental characteristics?

    Is there a gene or set of genes responsible for an individual to perceive that he/she is the recipient of God's election?

    I know that I have faith in Jesus Christ and that subjective faith is assurance that I have the salvation that He has promised all who believe. Objectively, my faith is grounded in the whole of God's plan of salvation in the Bible. Yes, God made it all possible, but He required me to grow and respond to His Love and Grace by accepting Him as my personal Savior. He first loved me so that I could freely respond in love and gratitude to Him for His eternal gift.

    It might be easy for me to believe that others do not have this spiritual opportunity because they are not programmed to respond positively. That would surely adjust my self-concept and my view of others. However, I choose to remain limited in my understanding of God's ways. That is, I will not pretend to know that others cannot have faith that changes their spiritual condition. I will not prejudge who can and cannot be elected. That would be wholly presumptuous and cause me to have an unrealistic view of my finite intelligence. The Bible is very clear that God in His love does not wish that any should perish but that all should come to repentance.

    What shall we do to be saved? We must be born again!

    Believer

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 4, 2002

    Outstanding!

    This book clearly shows the misconceptions that Armenians hold about Calvinism as well as the biblical errors or Armenianism. Geisler's 'Chosen But Free' bases a lot on assumptions about scripture that are taken out of context and misunderstood. With these gone, the rest of the bible's message about God's sovereignty becomes clear.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 21, 2000

    Wonderful book

    Brother White actually took the Bible and demonstrate the fallacies in Geisler's book. He merely laid the biblical evidence before the reader and allowed the reader to determine the truth. Very clear and concise.

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