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Holy Spirit: In Sanctification (Part 2)
Many in Christendom believe that sanctification, that is man being made holy, is accomplished by a direct operation of the Holy Spirit on the mind of man, the human heart. Calvinists believe that sanctification begins with irresistible grace (which leads … Continue reading
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In The News: Dennis Prager
Dennis Prager is a wise man. I enjoy his weekly Fireside Chats. Rarely do I miss viewing this weekly program. His Rational Bible Commentary series on the Torah contains some good thoughts. However, no one should be blindly followed. All … Continue reading →