Let’s End the Election vs Free Will Debate

The years and years of debate between the seemingly polar-opposite doctrines of election and free will can now come to an end. Free coffee and donuts for all. 

I submit to you two words:

Divine Ireconcilibility

You’re welcome. 


Filed under Bible Study, Christian Unity, Christianity, God, Theology, Uncategorized

11 responses to “Let’s End the Election vs Free Will Debate

  1. I’ve always said if God can have ambiguous theology, why can’t we.

  2. Gee, where have I seen that before?? ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Most of us do not believe there are eternal truths bigger than our finite brain.

  4. Hey Anthony, have you seen the early signs of Adult Onset Calvinism (AOC)? Check it out. It’s too funny because it’s too true. http://theblazingcenter.com/2015/10/early-warning-signs-of-adult-onset-calvinism.html


    • That was awesome! I had to forward that on Facebook! Yes, there will be a friend or two who will try to engage in condescending banter. I am illiterate, you know. ๐Ÿ˜‰

      • I first saw it a month or so ago. I was just about to share it on FB, but it would have insulted a close friend or two who indeed have AOC. So, I never did. Go for it though! It’s too accurate.

  5. Many in this later day are egocentric and think as the world and the church has taught them- and THAT IS that they are ‘entitled’ to “blessings” mostly physical and that the spiritual blessings are of no interest to them because they are full of dead mens’ bones-
    So why would they think that GOD has a say in the matter whether they are chosen ( elect ) or NOT. They are going around saying and expecting that they can manipulate the LORD with their prayers and not praying in HIS WILL- there is much corruption in the institutional church and it is NOT just the corruption of souls with evil doctrine, but unfortunately many sincere true believers find themselves STUCK in nothing more than a social club that practice religious behaviors and practices that are not of the GOD, JESUS CHRIST OF NAZARETH.

  6. I was wrapped up in this debate for a long time. Even after I landed in a position, I still felt it necessary to convince others of my position. When I started living out the Great Commandment and Great Commission, however, I found that a lot of those debates didn’t mean as much to our calling as believers as I thought they did.

    I’ve written plenty about this and other topics at JimmyTurner.us

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