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What is the Biblical basis for Synergism?

The Greek word συνεργεῖν (synergein) means "to work together" or "to cooperate". The following passages in Scripture demonstrate that there is synergy or cooperation between God ...
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How can God be loving and just whilest creating people for His wrath? I cannot wrap my head around Calvinism!

"Please help me understand how God can be characterized as merciful, just, and righteous within the Calvinist framework." I will do my best, for I have studied Reformed/Calvinistic theology ...
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What was the Early Church's (ante-Nicene period) view of the interplay between free will (or lack thereof) and salvation?

Some of the modern vocabulary of the determinism/free will debate is not found in the writings of the Ante-Nicene Fathers, but within their writings there is clear & consistent support of the view ...
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According to Arminians, why do they find Calvinism distasteful or inaccurate?

Calvinism is not a demonic lie, but... I was really hoping this question would disappear because it is not edifying or helpful to dwell on particular pieces of hurtful rhetoric which have been ...
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According to Arminians, why do they find Calvinism distasteful or inaccurate?

A danger with this important question is that the issue of 'free will' might be raised, like a red flag to a bull, and arguments start. Although that is certainly involved in disagreements between ...
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Is Judas liable for his betrayal sin?

Is Judas liable for his betrayal sin? Absolutely! We could actually let Our Lord speak for himself on the subject of Judas: "The Son of Man indeed goes, as it is written of him: but woe to that ...
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Is Judas liable for his betrayal sin?

Is Judas liable for his betrayal sin? Is betrayal a sin, a mortal sin? Yes and No, it depends on whom you betrayed, as Jesus qualifies what kind of betrayal must be condemn. In Matthew 26:23–25, ...
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