The Relevance of Irresistible Grace

Question Dear Tim Stratton (fantastic first name! ūüėČ ), I happened across your argument against irresistible grace, and I was curious if you’d be interested in interacting with me about it.¬†As you know, the argument looks like this:

“The Bible Trumps Logic!”

Like clockwork, whenever I offer logic-based arguments or syllogisms that deductively conclude¬†a certain worldview is false (like this one), those who presuppose otherwise come out of the woodwork to express their disdain. It never ceases to amaze me how some are so blindly committed to a certain view that they reject opposing conclusions based on … Continue reading “The Bible Trumps Logic!”

T.R.U.M.P. (5-Point Molinism)

MAKE GOD MAXIMALLY GREAT AGAIN Do not be fooled, God is a maximally great being by definition. He always has been and always will be maximally great (Psalm 145:3). With that said, however, for nearly¬†500 years many Christians have believed that God is not maximally great! One of the most viewed and controversial articles I … Continue reading T.R.U.M.P. (5-Point Molinism)

Why Divine Determinism is False

One significant debate in the church today involves God‚Äôs sovereignty and human responsibility. At face value, these two concepts might appear¬†to be mutually exclusive, and thus, many churchgoers feel the need to “pick a side.”¬†This debate usually divides the Church¬†into two opposing forces: Calvinism vs. Arminianism. Calvinists are quick to affirm¬†the exhaustive providence of God; … Continue reading Why Divine Determinism is False

Molinism Saves Marriages!

I have the best wife in the world! Tia Stratton¬†is smart, she loves Jesus, she goes out of her way to bless me, she has a great sense of humor, and she is so SMOKIN’ HOT it is not even funny!!! Seriously, she is way out of my league, but for some reason, she freely … Continue reading Molinism Saves Marriages!