Entries by Andrew Dunstone

Why do Calvinists often omit words from some verses?

Today we studied Ephesians 1:15-23 and in doing so, we looked back at verses 3 to 6 as we want to always ensure each passage in Ephesians is read in context and we are clear on who the different parties are who are mentioned. If you look at verse 3 ‘Blessed (be) the God and Father of […]

Biblical truth versus calvinist doctrines

I have often put forward what the bible says on certain Christian doctrines to calvinists on my facebook page. Many of them like to post what sounds like a biblica truth, and usually quoted by a well known calvinist such as Paul Washer or John MacArthur or Sproul or Piper, etc. I firstly find it […]

Calvinists born again before they are saved

Calvinists teach that regeneration must come before we are able to believe and be saved. That is, calvinists teach that we must be born again before we can believe and be justified (made right before a holy God, that is, saved). As the article below from monergism.com states, we are born again before we are saved, or […]

False gospels

When this website and facebook page was being setup, I had a number of Christians who were concerned about the site being used to put down ‘respected’ teachers and authors. The aim of course never being to do that. The aim is to ensure lies are exposed and truth is put out there. Ultimately, to […]

Test all things

Just looking at some verses in Matthew 23 and 24. Jesus said, “O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, you that killed the prophets, and stoned them which are sent to you, how often would I have gathered your children together, even as a hen gathers her chickens under her wings, and you would not!” ………..”For I say to […]

Music in churches

Over the past week I have been thinking about the music style we have in many churches these days. I grew up attending a fairly conservative church, with conservative music. However, most of those I attended youth group with, had a preference for what we called Christian rock back then in the early 90’s. I […]