In his 1999 book “Chosen but Free,” respected author and Bible teacher Normal Geisler tackles a controversy that has marked Protestantism for the past hundred years: “If God is absolutely sovereign, how can I have free will?”
Geisler’s research is thorough, but his conclusions don’t get us any closer to reconciling the opposing views. Pastor Harrison draws on Church history and biblical truth to reveal the inconsistencies in Geisler’s position.
When King David spoke in Psalm 69 about the “Book of Life,” he seemed to imply that a believer could be “blotted out” of the book, and thus lose his or her salvation. Do these verses, or the thought that you could lose your salvation, trouble you? Pastor Harrison examines Psalm 69 and provides a review of the biblical basis for eternal security
Would it suprise you to learn that “altar calls” have only been around since the early 20th century? This popular evangelical technique is without biblical precedent, and may have caused many of those who “went forward” to be falsely assured about the genuineness of their salavtion. See what the Bible says
continued from Part 1… Is the King James Version the only “official” Bible of the English language? Pastor Harrison examines the practical implications of the “King James Only” mindset