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Zechariah and Elizabeth were not totally depraved

The Reformed like to say that there is no one who does good. No one. Here is the latest in our series of disproofs. In the days of King Herod of Judaea there lived a priest called Zechariah who belonged

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Posted in Apologetics, Calvinism, Protestantism, Sin

Job is a problem for “total depravity”

The Reformed say, largely based upon Romans 3, that literally every human being who has ever lived has sinned and deserves damnation (Of course, they make an exception for the Lord Jesus, but we will pass over this as a

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Posted in Apologetics, Calvinism, Obedience

Total Depravity?

The Reformed like to quote from Romans 3 in defense of a view of humanity that is not shared by many of their peers. You can look up Romans 3 yourself if you like, because that isn’t terribly relevant here.

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Genesis 26: Scattered Thoughts on Righteousness and Tradition

In Genesis 26 we read this: I will make your descendants as many as the stars of heaven, and I will give them all these lands; and all the nations in the world shall bless themselves by your descendants in

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Posted in Calvinism, Scripture, Veritatis Splendor

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