1. Garry Williams on Definite Atonement in Theological Perspective

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    • Carl Trueman on Definite Atonement in Church History

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      • Jonny Gibson on Definite Atonement in the Bible

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        • God's Sovereign Freedom (Romans 9:6-29)

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          There are two perspectives by which to understand the world: God's perspective and man's perspective. As a result some things are a paradox, such as God's sovereignty and man's free will. Paul discusses God's sovereign freedom in choosing people for salvation (i.e., predestination, election), but does so from the divine perspective. How should we understand this? What is God's perspective? What is our perspective?

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          • Five Keys to Spiritual Growth Q&A session #1

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            From the 2005 Ligonier National Conference with Mark Dever, Ligon Duncan, R.C. Sproul, and R.C. Sproul Jr

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            • The Power and the Glory Q&A session #2

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              From the 2003 Ligonier National Conference with John MacArthur, Robert Godfrey, Douglas Wilson, Sinclair Ferguson, and R.C. Sproul. Moderated by Paul Sailhamer.

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              • Is There Life After Death? Q&A session #2

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                From the 2009 Ligonier West Coast Fall Conference with Michael Horton, Alistair Begg, and R.C. Sproul

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                • Tough Questions Christians Face (Scottsdale) Q&A session #2

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                  From the 2008 Ligonier Fall Conference with John MacArthur, Ligon Duncan, & R.C. Sproul, John Duncan moderating

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                  • I Love Calvinists, But Hate Calvinism

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                    TWEET THIS: http://clicktotweet.com/p7UPC If you want to comment please feel free to comment on this video on my website at: http://www.honortheson.com/home/calvinism/214-i-love-calvinists-but-hate-calvinism.html Description: Many Calvinists have confused my disdain for their false belief system with hatred for them personally. I teach against Calvinism and Reformed theology because of my love for Calvinists and Reformed people. I want them to come to belief in the truth and faith in Jesus Christ alone. I love them and my prayer is for them to know Christ and to bring Him glory.

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                    • For Whom Did Christ Die? (Selected Scriptures) John MacArthur

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                      http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/90-363 We come tonight to a wonderful theme in the Scripture, again the atonement of the Lord Jesus Christ. And for those of you, most of you, who are with us in our study of the gospel of Luke, we have been looking closely at the record of Luke, the historical record, as well as comparing the account of Matthew and Mark and John on the death of the Lord Jesus Christ. We have looked at the details of His dying. Tonight we want to talk a little about the theology of His death and ask the question and answer it from Scripture, "For whom did Christ die?" This is a very, very important question. Now I know you people very well and you are noble Bereans. You search the Scriptures to see if these things that I say are so. And I also know that if I don't cover every verse that weighs on this subject, you will line up afterwards to ask me about that verse. So in dealing with a subject like this, if I can borrow a French phrase, this needs to be somewhat of a tour de force(?), I need to cover the ground extensively so I can put your mind at rest because you are so incurably biblical. That, in case you didn't know, is a great commendation. I expect that, I rejoice in that. To begin with, what I want to say is what I am going to teach you tonight about this application of the atonement, answering the question, "For whom did Christ die?" is the view that has reigned supreme in the true church since the New Testament. It, along with the other essential doctrines of Reformed Theology, or Augustinian, or Lutheran or Calvinistic theology, has been affirmed by the church since its inception. What I am going to show you tonight is essentially what the early church believed, of course, because you'll see it coming out of the New Testament. It is what was affirmed in the fifth century as being a true representation of New Testament teaching under Augustine against Palagius. It was again affirmed during the time of the Reformation by Luther in his conflict with Erasmus and further affirmed by Calvin in his conflict with Arminius. It has come down to us in our heritage which is Baptistic through the London Confession of 1689 and the Philadelphia Confession of 1743, being the substantial foundations for Baptists in America. And that is our tradition, our ecclesiology is baptistic rather than sacramental and Reformed. That's why we baptize adults who believe and not infants....

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