The Absolute Sovereignty of God Deacon/Lay Leader Joshua Justice 10 January 2016
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artist: Joshua Justice
title: The Absolute Sovereignty of God
album: Joshua Justice
year: 2016
genre: Bible Study (id None)
We say we believe God is all powerful and all knowing, but beyond these agreements, much of the history of the church shows a great debate on just what that means, especially in who is saved, how they are saved, and whether or not the idea of "once saved, always saved" stand or falls in Scripture.  The main understanding is there are things we must believe, and then things we can believe.  Much of the argumentation is over the "can believes", but there are some very basic "must believes."  Deacon Josh poses questions and delves into the various beliefs, philosophies, and denominational choices that have become a part of the Christian conversation over the last two thousand years, and delineates the "must believes" so that we all have a foundational starting point for our discussion of all the rest.


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