Part 6 of a series explaining TULIP, an acronym representing the calvinistic view of soteriolgy. Mr. Wright reconciles how we are "once saved, always saved," and how we will be damned if we do not persevere.
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Part 1 of a series explaining TULIP, an acronym representing the calvinistic view of soteriolgy. Pastor Stephen opens the series with a call to have a properly weighty view of God, and an exposition of several of the most important verses that reveal God's sovereignty in salvation.
Part 36 of an exposition of systematic theology. Pastor Stephen wraps up our 36-week study by reiterating the history and purpose of systematic theology.
Part 34 of an exposition of systematic theology. Mr. Wright teaches on the belief that Roman Catholics, Mormons, and Baptists all believe in: the second coming of Christ. He gives several reasons why Christ has chosen to come to earth twice, rather than simply having taken his people home at ...
Part 33 of an exposition of systematic theology. Pastor Stephen discusses what the Bible teaches about life, death, and life after death, also touching on subjects such as purgatory, reincarnation, and the history of the belief of the afterlife.
Part 32 of an exposition of systematic theology. Mr. Brogden teaches us about the history of the Lord's Supper and how it is a means of grace for the Christian.
Part 31 of an exposition of systematic theology. Mr. Brogden explains the Baptist view of Baptism, another means of Grace, teaching the history and flaws of paedobaptism, but more importantly the significance of this ordinance and what it teaches us about salvation.
Part 30 in an exposition of systematic theology. Mr. Wright elevates God's Word as our primary means of Grace, from which all other means flow.