Many pay lip service to the Reformation, but do they truly hold to the same theology and gospel of the Reformers? Is modern mainstream Protestantism really ‘Protestant’ at all? How dangerous are the anti-Calvinist views of a so-called ‘Free Will’? How dangerous is Jerry L. Walls, co-chair of ‘A Reforming Catholic Confession’, and his view of purgatory?
What is Molinism? Where does it stand on the issue of Free Will? Where did the Jesuits stand on the issue of Free will? Does William Lane Craig know his view of God’s Sovereignty comes straight from the Jesuits? How significant is this fact? Are the Jesuits dangerous? Should we learn and study under the Jesuits? Were the Jesuits friends or enemies of the Reformation? On this show, in addition to these topics, some concerns are raised about the Acts 17 Apologetics ministry of David Wood.
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In this show Paul continues to look at the dangerously liberal theology of William Lane Craig and examines how Craig muddies the water between Rome and Bible-based Protestantism.
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