Romans 9 is an interesting and often difficult passage. I’m going to very briefly sketch the way I am inclined to read it, particularly to note the way I don’t think it supports the Calvinistic doctrine of unconditional election, but rather undermines it. Contextual setup: Paul has been defending his Gospel of justification by the faithfulness … Continue reading "Romans 9 in 500 Words or Less"
These are the notes I made when preaching a sermon on Romans 8:28. All things work together for good. We are used to hearing this, but much of the depth of it is usually left out. How this happens, what it means, to whom it applies, and what difference it should make is often ignored. … Continue reading "The Expansive Grace of Romans 8:28"