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Examining Contemporary Revivalism
Written by E. Calvin Beisner
Theology isn’t like geometry. When a theology insists on deducing its conclusions from one premise, theological disaster is sure to follow. Much of contemporary revival theology has embraced such a logically forced systematics. By deducing everything from a narrow notion of human freedom, this theology jettisons the core of Christian faith: original sin, the imputation of Christ’s righteousness, the substitutionary atonement, and the omniscience of God.
Even John Wesley acknowledged, " All who deny this, call it 'original sin,' or by any other title, are but heathens still, in the fundamental point which differences Heathenism from Christianity.
Paperback, 156 pages, notes
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