John MacArthur - God is passive with the reprobate

Discussion in 'Calvinism & The Doctrines of Grace' started by Herald, Sep 26, 2007.

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  1. etexas

    etexas Puritan Board Doctor

    AS A NEBIE Presbyterian! Back to the original post ?, HELP me here, OK, in "effect" what would the difference be? :detective::detective::detective::detective:
     
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  2. holyfool33

    holyfool33 Puritan Board Freshman

    That's sad to hear that just a couple months back I learned Macarthur didn't believe in Limited Atonement until 1995 (or where abouts)
     
  3. raekwon

    raekwon Puritan Board Junior

    Does this make him not Calvinist enough or something? I don't understand.
     
  4. holyfool33

    holyfool33 Puritan Board Freshman

    Not really just inconsistent.
     
  5. raekwon

    raekwon Puritan Board Junior

    If it's indeed true that he only came to believe in Limited Atonement in 1995, he's consistently believed it for the past 13 years, yes? It might be different if he came to believe in it last week, but 13 years isn't exactly a short time.

    (I apologize if I appear argumentative. I just don't understand why it matters.)
     
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