By David Arns
that of even if humans also have a loose will to settle on their
eternal future. humans debate one another with—shall we
say, religious fervor—and humans on either side of the debate
offer Scriptures to help their viewpoints. at the one hand, we have
people who think that God bargains us a call to voluntarily repent and turn
to Him. however, we now have those that think that God is sovereign,
and that sovereignty unavoidably signifies that God determines the eternal
destination of everybody, without regard to our offerings. they cannot either be
correct, simply because they are saying jointly specific issues. and really, the Bible
is remarkably unambiguous in its teachings; examining Scriptures in context and
thinking approximately how Scriptures relate to one another make it abundantly clear
which of those is really the Biblical position.
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