This is a series of articles from Middletown Bible Church which refutes the "L" of the heretical doctrine of TULIP called Limited Atonement.
Here is an excerpt from one of the "objections" Calvinists use against unlimited atonement (Christ died for all)
Some Common Objections Answered
"Christ did not pay the penalty of sin for those who reject Him, because if He did then they would not have to pay it themselves in hell."
Dr. Charles Smith in his booklet Did Christ Die Only For the Elect? deals with this objection:
If Christ died for all men, then why must, or how can men be required to pay for their own sins in hell?....Due to the infinite value of His Person, He bore a penalty which was more than equal to the penalty that could be paid by all humans throughout all eternity. Exact equivalence of punishment was unnecessary and impossible. The infinite God paid a greater price in those moments on the cross than all men could ever pay. He did not pay the payment which we would otherwise be required to pay. He made a greater payment which may be applied to our account instead of the penalty that we would have to pay. Though an adequate payment was made on behalf of all, the payment is not credited to our account until we respond in faith to the Spirit’s work in our hearts in calling us to Himself (pages 13-14).
betterhalfofhos: I probably won't post much - I don't really bring a lot to the table in these types of debates, but I will definitely be watching, reading and learning.... in the shadows..... like a ninja
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Winman: I like the Recent Threads/Posts links under Threads and Posts, shows you where everyone has posted recently
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lindar: I like the new banner design....of the dead TULIP
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Dr James Ach: I got banned from Baptist Board LOL GOOD RIDDANCE
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heirofsalvation: Outstanding!!!!! Just witnessed your banishment Dr. J! Ah, how my heart SWELLS with pride at your successful banishment!
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genuinefaith: Love ya Dr. J and can't stand the management of BB, but...man...I read what happened in this incident...ah, bad day? Eh?
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Dr James Ach: Gee, thanks I think, HOS LOL
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Dr James Ach: Nah, it wasn't a bad day, it was a good day:) That's when I say the stuff that is normally bold enough to get me banned anywhere LOL
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heirofsalvation: Agreed....Baptist symposium should be a good one! It's brand new. A former member of B.B. started it. He plans to have MUCH better moderation and no tom-foolery.
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Dr James Ach: Elisha, if you are going to approve new members, you have to check your inbox old man!
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leastofthese: Hello, I will post my testimony 03/06/14 Blessings.
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Dr James Ach: I have added a new section at the bottom of the categories for IFB discussions that are not related to Calvinism
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Dr.Weismann: Thinking about banning that Ach youngster
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standingfirminChrist: Dr. Weismann, when is lambing season in Israel? goole returns conflicting answers. Thanks in advance!
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