Before we fired up the RFG theme today I addressed the open letter that has been sent to Beth Moore about her views of homosexuality. I did so because it seems others (noted on the program) seem to be attempting to run interference for her so as to keep her from having to take a stand on one of the most definitional issues of our day. Then we fired up the RFG and addressed Leighton Flowers' attempt to obfuscate his own horrific "choice meats" analogy by accusing me of ripping that statement out of its context. I documented, to the nth degree, that I did no such thing, and that the context is exactly what I insisted it was by not only playing his own video, but transcribing the words themselves. We then looked at another clip between Flowers and Roger Olsen that demonstrates the radical nature of Flowers' commitment to absolute autonomy.
Choice Sermon After all these years I thought I â€˜twas a Baptist, little did I know that I was choice meat.
Antony NZ (6/20/2019)
Great Sermon! A universal will of salvation of God to man. This already lowers the idea of sin, because this is really a rebellion against the idea that God is merciful & just & yet selects only some to be saved. "The fundamental presupposition of such an assumption (that God's mercy must be poured on all alike)is no other than that God owes all men salvation,that is to say,that sin is not really sin & is to be envisaged rather as misfortune than as ill-desert" B B Warfield quoted by Cornelius Van Til in Evil and Theodicy.
James White is the director of Alpha and Omega Ministries, a Christian apologetics organization based in Phoenix, Arizona. He is a professor, having taught Greek, New Testament Textual Criticism, Church history, and various topics in the field of apologetics. He has authored or...