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Define the doctrine of eternal security. Salvation in three tenses
The Christian has the promise of God that no one can separate him from God. 1. The Christian has been saved from the guilt and penalty of sin. 2. The Christian is being saved from the habit and dominion of sin. 3. the Christian will be saved at the Lord's return. True.
What was the significance of the council of Dort and it's impact in defining he system referred to as Calvinism Define Grace O.T. men were saved as they are in the N.T. by faith. O.T. expressed their faith by obedience to the law of God What is T.U.L.I.P.
Held in 1618 in the Netherlands, determined that Arminianism was hersey, reaffirmed the reformed teaching of John Calvin, and stated their conclusiion in the five points known as TULIP
The good pleasure of God extended to save an undeserving sinful man. True.
Salvation is a dynamic quality of life, not just a passive point. Who is the founder of Arminianism How do Arminians redefine the original sin?
Jacob Hermann. A man becomes a sinner only when he consciously and voluntarily sins, thus appropriating the sin nature of Adam. The idea that Christ wold save and then allow a convert to lose what he did not merit nor achieved in repentance, causes one to question not only His work, but also His character. Means that God first decreed to save the elect, then He decreed that Christ would die and provide salvation for them. Means the decree to save came after a person had sinned and after Christ had died for him. God decreed who would be saved (the elect) and the act of salvation in the same decree. John Wesley, John Fletcher, Francis Asbury, Charles Grandison-Finney.
How does the Arminian system depreciate the completed work of Christ by the denial of the security of the believer? Supralapsarian
Total depravity. Unconditional election. Limited atonement. Irresistible grace. Perseverance of the saints. Means a turning to God from sin on the part of the sinner. It is the human side while regeneration is the divine side.
What is conversion How is conversion distinguished from regeneration? Define repentance How does repentance affect intellect? How does repentance affect emotions How does repentance affect the will of man? What is faith? What is justification?
Means to change one's mind about sin. It changes our thoughts.
It changes our feelings, makes one have genuine regret. It is an actual forsakiing of sin and an actual turning to God. (most vital) The substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. An act whereby God declares a person righteous when that person accepts Gods word. Makes man perfect in God's sight, it's not that man has become perfect, only that god has declared him righteous and therefore he stands perfect in the sight of God.
List other church leaders that popularized the "Arminian doctrinal system. What tests that are used to verify theological truths
1. Consistency 2. Correspondence 3. Priority of data 4. Cohesiveness 5. Thoroughness Separation.
What does sanctification mean
What is regeneration?
The work of God through the Holy Spirit, of placing in one who has faith, a new nature capable of doing the will of God. The Holy Spirit.
Bibliography is the theology of scripture Theology proper is the theology of God Christology is the theology of Christians Pneumatology is the theology of the Holy Spirit Anthropology is the theology of History What is total depravity? What is unconditional election? What is limited atonement? What is Irresistible grace? What is perserverance of the saints? What is the basis of faith?
What is the agent of regeneration according to scripture...