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Bible Gateway's Top Verses of 2013; God Healed My Abortion; Synergism/Semi-Pelagianism |
Morning Roundup 1/27/14
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Cheer Up, John 3:16: The World's Top 10 Bible Verse Searches of 2013Kate Tracy

OK, I'm a nerd, but I find this fascinating.

How God Healed Me from My AbortionKevin DeYoung

Moving story from Kevin DeYoung's blog.

Is Synergism Necessarily Semi-Pelagian?Nathan Finn

I've written about a stream of arrogant Calvinism that concerns me. It basically says that there are Calvinists and there are Pelagians (heretics). Well, that's just not good theology. Nathan Finn explains why.

Pastor, speaker, author and former NFL linebacker Derwin Gray joined me in studio to share his story of coming to faith in Christ, how God called him to plant a multi-ethnic church and his first book Limitless Life. In this clip, Derwin shares his thoughts on what multi-ethnic ministry looks like. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Related Topics:Abortion; Arminianism; Bible
Posted:January 27, 2014 at 7:00 am

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