Everlasting love, Everlasting love, Everlasting love, Be my hope and my light.
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This song began as a melody with a completely different lyric — written by a fantastic writer called busbee, who may not be familiar to that many people, but in the last couple of years has become an enormously successful writer of pop songs for some of the biggest artists in the business. I absolutely love the melody, and mutual friend of ours suggested I have a go at writing a lyric — which busbee was very gracious about! I sometimes find church life can become very complicated — lots of activity and busy programs, lots of strategic thinking and intricate planning.
Exploring the priceless gift of God's love to us This song began as a melody with a completely different lyric — written by a fantastic writer called busbee, who may not be familiar to that many people, but in the last couple of years has become an enormously successful writer of pop songs for some of the biggest artists in the business. Apple iTunes Amazon Google Play. The Journey.
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Sorry, I don't have links to any other version of this song. Funny, but listening to Calvinists rail against him, I would reflect fondly on a "Dave Hunt" I read as a younger man. Surely not the same guy. I recognized Hunt's bald dome on the back cover immediately! Small world. Calvinist I've been running in Reformed circles for a few years now. Calvinists are universally annoyed with Hunt.
I can see why. It's fun reading, but it won't change any minds. Ultimately, I found What Love to be a mixed bag. It's often unfair, sometimes fallacious, but other times thought-provoking. If my reformed brothers can look past the crabby tone, Hunt raises some legitimate concerns. Notes: Personal note: Calvinists are universally annoyed with Hunt. Is he fair? Does he accurately represent calvinism? He that believeth Mark Then cometh the devil, and taketh away the word out of their hearts, lest they should believe and be saved Acts For by grace are ye saved through faith Ephesians Mercy can only be shown to the guilty on a righteous basis; and if not, then justice has been corrupted" Personal note: Traditionalists should press the free will point.
I listened to a debate between James White and Hunt while reading this. White won the day, but the deck was stacked against Hunt he never should have agreed to the debate under those terms. White used an analogy. In it he said that God owes no one rescue. The ones he does rescue are deserving of death. I agree, but Calvinists are vulnerable here.
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Problem is "Compatiblist" freedom. They hold that God decrees the motivation from which man acts. Personal note: Analogy on compatiblism.
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My daughter loves when I push her on the swing set. I push, and she enjoys. She concurs with the force of my push, and we are in alignment with her will. But there is no sense in which she is in control. If something goes wrong, and she falls, everyone would rightly blame me. That proposition, again, would make God the author of evil. The phrase, "freewill offering" is found nine. Those numbers, however, do not tell the full story.
What is restraining him so that he can't decree what he desires?
Personal note: Calvinists rightly point out that if God allowed everyone to die in their sins, that would be perfectly just. I agree. The problem is the abundance of scripture that seems to indicate God's desire to save everyone. Neither can it reject Him Personal note: I don't think Hunt's interpretation of predestination as simply referring to concomitant blessings goes through The sinner's acceptance of Christ no more gives the blood of Christ saving power then the son's acceptance of the one million would give it monetary value "A merchant advertises, 'Giant sale!
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All merchandise half price. When they complain that the ad read 'all merchandise', the merchant says, ' I didn't mean all without exception, but all without distinction. All kinds of products are indeed on sale, but not every item of every kind. Pharaoh hardened his heart, and then God hardened his heart.
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The former meaning that God 'strengthened" it so that pharaoh would have the courage to carry out his plans "If pharaoh was totally depraved, why did God have to harden his heart? Ananias had in view "all kinds of men"? Leads to absurdity. Hunt misunderstands the Calvinist understanding of the gospel.
He's not dealing with the best reformed arguments cast in the best light. We get so used to our interpretations that we stop challenging them Hunt stumbles in his exegesis of John 6 Genetic fallacy. Even if Hunt succeeds in defaming Calvin, it doesn't advance the discussion Book could have been shorter and tighter with better editing. Hunt repeats himself, circles back to the same topic over and over, arguments are unfocused Good section on persuasion Jan 21, Clare rated it it was amazing Shelves: borrowed , non-fiction , belief. Blistering demolition of Calvinism - demonstrates why it is such a repulsive doctrine.
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One of the worst refutations?!? I give one star because I cannot give less. Mar 19, Caspar Bonfig rated it it was amazing. Dave Hunt masterfully shows why Calvinism is heresy and misrepresents God. A must read for all Christians. Jan 05, tsatp rated it it was amazing. MUST read for anyone who calls themself a Christian.
Jul 04, Julie Ruch rated it it was ok Shelves: christian , theology. Needs a good editor This is not a review of theological conclusions, it is simply a review of the presentation format. After reading How Close Are We? I found the first book an exciting read, its points easily accessible and memorable. This book, however, felt like it was written by a different author, and, more than anything, it begs the attention of a good editor. I found it to be almost impossible to follow, due to th Needs a good editor This is not a review of theological conclusions, it is simply a review of the presentation format.
I found it to be almost impossible to follow, due to the format. Hunt quotes extensively from other sources, who are often quoting other sources themselves. From paragraph to paragraph, it is difficult to discern who is speaking. Meaning that after reading halfway through a page, I had to go back and start over again. Again and again. I am a voracious reader, rarely having trouble understanding any level of intellectual argument.
And I was an honors student in college, receiving top marks in the honors liberal arts classes. I don't say this to brag, but to make the point that if this book was over my head, it may be inaccessible to many other readers. I noticed, from the book listing at the end of this book, that Hunt has at least two other books out on this topic. I am going to try one of them next, hoping to get a better grasp of his argument.
If you're looking for the most detailed refutation of Calivinism you can possibly find, then this book should fit the bill nicely.
If, however, like me, you don't find all that predestination stuff even remotely convincing to begin with, then reading this book in its entirety amounts to nothing less than extreme overkill. The topic is interesting, but Hunt is a fairly lackluster writer and thorough almost to a fault. Hunt doesn't just beat a dead horse: he beats it, skins it, smokes it, chews it If you're looking for the most detailed refutation of Calivinism you can possibly find, then this book should fit the bill nicely.
Hunt doesn't just beat a dead horse: he beats it, skins it, smokes it, chews it up, spits it out, buries it, digs it back up, stomps on it, brings it back to life, and beats it again for good measure.
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After reading the first two hundred pages, I said, "You know, Dave, I think I get the point," and then I put the book back on the shelf. View 2 comments. Jul 02, Mary rated it really liked it Shelves: research-helps-for-my-own-book. This may be more than a beginner would want to swallow, but this is a well researched and important book on the subject of human will.
Feb 21, Bill rated it it was amazing.