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    Was Anyone Saved At The Cross?

    Dr. James White's article on this theme had a profound effect upon me some years ago when I read it, and on this Good Friday, point people to it again. May we all glory in the cross-work of the Perfect Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ - found here. - JS

    Posted by John Samson on April 10, 2009 02:55 PM


    Having been saved while attending a Christian Church (CoC), I was drawn into conversation with some old friends about the "reformation" of my faith. The result of this conversation was a blog of my own, to answer as much as possible to as many as possible.

    Long story short, I sat down today to tackle an explanation of Limited Atonement, and lo, almost providentially this installment falls into my lap. Mr. White's article will be a favorite of mine now. Eloquently done, tackling the "four pointer" issue that I've personally argued against while in a Southern Baptist church very well.

    Thank you for this.

    It is quite amazing the Truth about quantity and quality on both sides.

    This is the first time it has been explained that Arminians also have a limited atonement in their rationale!

    Thanks JS for sharing this teaching!

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