The Tumbling "L" of Total Human Depravity
A fresh examination of Biblical Atonement: Dr. Robert Congdon offers a biblically sound understanding of unlimited atonement by inductively considering the 70 instances that the English word,"atonement," appears in the Bible. Interestingly, it is found 69 times in the Old Testament and only once in the New Testament. Most Calvinists base their teaching of a limited atonement on this single New Testament verse. Join Dr. Congdon as he carefully analyzes this word in both the Old and New Testaments and arrives at a biblically sound understanding of its purpose in God's plan that clearly shows why it is unlimited.
As the previous two videos demonstrated, each doctrine that tumbles reveals Calvinism to be a false system of theology. Learn why the "L" is tumbling and how this is vital to our Christian faith that was once delivered to the saints (Jude 3).
The Tumbling "T" of Total Human Depravity
This video compares Calvinism's definition of "Total Human Depravity," the "T" of Calvin's TULIP, with the Bible's definition of human depravity. Because the "T" is foundational to the other four points of Calvinism, if the "T" tumbles, so does the entire system of Calvinism. Learn why the "T" is tumbling and how this is vital to our Christian faith that was once delivered to the saints (Jude 3).
Israel: the Key to Unlocking History
Throughout history there have always been tensions within and between the nations of the Middle East. However, regardless of the events that have triggered these many crises, the finger of blame always seems to point at God’s special nation of Israel.
Why is this tiny nation, representing only 4% of the population of the Middle East, constantly the focal point of world controversy?
This DVD presentation will answer this question and help you to understand God’s plan for history and why Israel is the key.
The Tumbling "U" of Total Human Depravity
In this video, Dr. Congdon explains why Calvin's definition of Unconditional Election clearly teaches that God elects or chooses individuals who will go to heaven. Individuals He has not chosen are clearly destined for hell.
He then compares Calvin's understanding of "elect" with God's purposes for three elect groups in the Bible: the elect angels, the elect nation of Israel, and the elect church. This analysis determines what election actually means and if Calvin's definition agrees with it.
Dr. Congdon goes on to explain why the biblical context of words such as "elect," "election," and "predestined" must be considered in order to understand their meaning. He points out that these words are never used to indicate salvation of individuals. They are always used in a plural context of groups that have been designated, or set apart, for service to God. He then offers an alternative view that explains how individuals who freely choose to accept Christ's offer of salvation become a part of the elect church that God is conforming to the image of His Son. Learn why the "U" is tumbling and how this is vital to our Christian faith that was once delivered to the saints (Jude 3).
The Tumbling "U" of Calvin's TULIP
The Tumbling "L" of Calvin's TULIP