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Ms. Pam

We gathered together on Friday night of Reformation weekend last year to hear our pastor speak on the subject of Sola Scriptura. Each year he takes one of the five solas of the Reformation to consider for the entire month of October. He had preached on previous Lord’s Days on the necessity and sufficiency of […]

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Total Depravity, the Highest View of Man (part two)

Pulitzer prize winning author Marilynne Robinson says of total depravity that it is the “counterweight to Calvin’s rapturous humanism.” In the previous post I sought to make the point that total depravity is actually the highest view of man. I know it sounds paradoxical (and makes for a provocative title I might add), but it […]

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Total Depravity, the Highest View of Man (part one)

It is often said of the Calvinist that his view of God is high and his view of man is low. Of course, in a sense this is true but in another it is not. The Calvinist actually has the highest view of man. From the days of Thomas Aquinas the Roman Catholic Church has […]

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