Haden returns to the conversation of being by nature guilty because of Adam’s sin and what we can gleam about this “original sin” in Romans 5:12-21. Support Help Me Believe Advertisements
Yes, I’m returning to this topic. Last time, I ended up receiving a well thought-out response that I much appreciated from a reader. For those unfamiliar, I reject the idea… Read more Why Romans 5:12-21 Does NOT Say We Are Born Guilty →
I posted a Facebook status the other day on why I don’t believe human beings are born guilty before God (probably not the best idea I’ve ever had). The notion… Read more Postulating a “Sin Nature” is Unnecessary →
In this episode, Haden talks to Dr. David Allen, Dean of the School of Preaching at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, about his book The Extent of the Atonement: A Historical and Critical Review. For whose sins did Jesus die? Did Jesus die for the sins of the elect only, or the whole world? Support our Ministry (Patron-Only eBook Included): https://www.patreon.com/helpmebelieve Podcast: https://helpmebelieveblog.com/podcast-2/ Blog: https://helpmebelieveblog.com/ The Extent of the Atonement: https://amzn.to/2R4wXPk Lukan Authorship of Hebrews: https://amzn.to/2VmxN8r Dr. Allen’s Website: http://drdavidlallen.com/
If someone suffers, does it necessarily mean they have sinned and deserve it?
Here is a good article that examines whether or not it is sinful to have doubts by my friend, and professor, Dr. Travis Dickinson. I’ve mentioned some of his work… Read more Furtick, Strachan, and whether Doubt is Sin →