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Soul Winning is Foolishness

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This will probably be the shortest post I have ever written and many of you may sigh a sigh of relief because you are not particularly fond of long and drawn-out posts.

During my habitual surfing of certain Christian blogs (some of them claim to be Christian but are not), I read of a certain pastor who wrote to another certain pastor that “soul winning” is foolishness. Yes, you heard me correctly. SOUL WINNING IS FOOLISHNESS, he said with unashamed boldness. The person who said this either hates the Gospel of God or is completely ignorant of what the Gospel (Good News) entails.

Calvinism, The Greatest God-Sent Delusion of all Time

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There is a way that seems right but the end thereof are the ways of death – TULIP

I  am deeply and sincerely convinced that Calvinism, also known as Reformed Theology, entrenched in the acronym T U L I P, is one of the best top ranked and most dangerous deceptions God Himself has sent to judge those who believe in its vile doctrines. Paul announces God’s judgment on all those who dare to misrepresent his Gospel of salvation in 2 Thessalonians 2 verses 8 to 12.

And then the lawless one (the antichrist) will be revealed and the Lord Jesus will slay him with the breath of His mouth and bring him to an end by His appearing at His coming.

The coming [of the lawless one, the antichrist] is through the activity and working of Satan and will be attended by great power and with all sorts of [pretended] miracles and signs and delusive marvels—[all of them] lying wonders—

And by unlimited seduction to evil and with all wicked deception for those who are perishing (going to perdition because they did not welcome the Truth but refused to love it that they might be saved.

Therefore God sends upon them a misleading influence, a working of error and a strong delusion to make them believe what is false, In order that all may be judged and condemned who did not believe in [who refused to adhere to, trust in, and rely on] the Truth, but [instead] took pleasure in unrighteousness. (AMP)

God’s Will (According to Calvinism)

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The following video is a telling example of the blasphemous atrocities of the Calvinists’ view of God’s will. They are attributing the works of Satan to God. (Matthew 12:31).

Think carefully when you watch this video. It may convince you to abhor, detest, loath and hate Calvinism for what it really is and repent in dust and ashes of your appalling sin to believe that man is a free-will-less creature whom God causes to sin for his own glory. The Bible says that Jesus came to the earth to destroy the works of the devil (1 John 3:8). If God in stead of Satan causes man to sin, because man allegedly has no free-will, then Jesus must have come to destroy the works of his Father. That’s the logical conclusion we will have to come to if God and not Satan causes man to sin.

Think again: If God causes man to sin, He is indeed causing man not to believe in his Son Jesus Christ because the essence of sin is not to believe in Jesus Christ.

And when he is come, he will reprove the world of sin, and of righteousness, and of judgment: Of sin, because they believe not on me; . . . ) (John 16:8-9)

Calvinism is blasphemy in its extreme and should be hated with the hatred it deserves. You cannot love God and Calvinism at the same time. You will either love the one and hate the other; to love both at the same time is spiritual scizophrenia.

Does God Hate Sinners?

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In their zeal to defend God’s sovereignty many blogists have joined renowned Calvinists in their campaign against the so-called non-elect by emphatically declaring that Christians should hate non-believers (non-elect sinners). Before you read this article I suggest that you first read an open letter John Pedersen wrote to one of these more renowned Calvinists questioning his view on 2 Corinthians 5:21. Christ was not made sin in the sense of becoming a sinner or taking on Himself the character of a sinner. It simply means  that He, being without sin and perfectly spotless, was treated like a sinner by his Father. Their explanation of this passage reminds one of the Word of Faith preachers’ blasphemous remark that Jesus took on Himself the character of Satan. Mr Pedersen eventually received an answer from the Calvinist who teaches that Christians (Calvinists) should hate the non-elect.

I received an answer from  . . . . . . . . .  :

Dear Mr Pedersen,

Enjoy yourself. I hope your delusions give you great satisfaction.

. . .

Free Will Under Attack (Again?) – Part 2

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FreeWillism Free Will Under Attack (Again?)   Part 2Free will is permissible when Calvinists judge others’ beliefs but forbidden when others evaluate Calvinism in the light of Scripture.

Calvinists are skilfull at discerning the Word of Faith Movement as being an idolatrous, blasphemous and God dishonouring teaching, and I wholeheartedly agree with them (see here). Nonetheless, it is always a good thing to remove the beam out of your own eye before trying to remove the mote out of someone else’s eye. (Matthew 7:5). This may come as a surprise to many but the Word of Faith Movement and Calvinism have several things in common. Indeed, Calvinism cannot boast to be any better than the Word of Faith Movement. The two major commonalities between them are:-

1) their views on the function and role of the mind
2) and the role of prayer in salvation

Free Will Under Attack (Again?) – Part 1

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FreeWillism Free Will Under Attack (Again?)   Part 1To be (free will) or not to be (no free will), now that aint such a tough question after all, is it?

The question whether man has a free will to choose for or against God and decide for himself whether he wants to resist and reject or accept and receive the message of the cross of Christ as the only means for his salvation (1 Corinthians 1:18), has been a bone of contention for many centuries. Calvinists in particular must of necessity and at all cost uphold their anti-free will doctrine because the slightest admission that God has endowed all men with the freedom of choice and the ability to choose between good and evil will immediately and permanently destroy Calvinism.

I had the pleasure of meeting a few eminent Calvinists at a debate between William Lane Craig and a so-called “Nuwe Hervormer” in Pretoria a few years ago, who are by far some of the most outspoken against free willism in South Africa today (They hate my guts for loving His Truth). Their extreme bludgeoning  ideas have incited them to associate free will with the beast in Revelation 13.

They believe:-