There is good support for an unlimited atonement that applies only to those who believe. There is good biblical evidence and theological evidence from other doctrines that support this position.
I believe the Reformation does have value for those of us who aren't Reformed, including those who are believers in dispensationalism, free-grace, fundamentalist, and Baptist. The five "alones" of the Reformation are great expressions of truth, even if they aren't enough and even if later believers have added certain things.
An introduction to the issue of the relationship of the Church to the New Covenant in Dispensationalism and some links to articles about the topic.
A quote from Dr. Andy Woods about the sanctity of our lives as Christians as opposed to mere quality of life.
Today, on my 30th birthday, I would like to offer some personal and theological reflections on my first 30 years of life, especially my Christian life. I share about my salvation, my early years, my years of struggle, and my years of growth. I conclude with my hopes for the future.
Today, I would like to share some thoughts on Free Grace theology and its relationship to the requirement of holiness. What am I referring to when I say "free grace theology"? Put briefly, free grace theology is marked by a firm defense of salvation through simple trust in Christ alone and the protection of that … Continue reading Free Grace Theology and the Requirement of Holiness