Limited Atonement and evangelism

Discussion in 'Calvinism & The Doctrines of Grace' started by satz, May 5, 2004.

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  1. satz

    satz Puritan Board Senior

    Hi all,

    Just wondering what are your thoughts on this issue.

    If we consider a particular friend or relative we might have, with regards to the fact that not all are elected, what kind of hope do we have for their conversion?

    Any scripture references would be espcially appreciated.

    thanks heaps
  2. satz

    satz Puritan Board Senior

    heh...thnx josh

    australia's great what you are saying that not all will come to Christ, but since we don't know who the elect are, and because there is a genuine offer in the gospel we preach and pray with hope ( though prehaps not certainty) that our friends may turn and be saved?
  3. satz

    satz Puritan Board Senior

    Thanks Josh!

    Got to go sleep now...will be think abt your replies
  4. sundoulos

    sundoulos Puritan Board Freshman

    Mark, I was looking at your signature and notice you are an Angelican. Is that a super-spiritual Anglican? :D
  5. Timothy William

    Timothy William Puritan Board Junior

    Sydney Anglicans are a bit different to all the others :lol:

    Perhaps they are more spiritual :pray2:

    And Mark, welcome. I used to be an Anglican myself.:thumbup:
  6. satz

    satz Puritan Board Senior

    er....what's a super spiritual angelican:puzzled:

    i wouldn't really can myself an angelican per se, but the church i attend is
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