Category Archives: Bondage of the unregenerate Will

On the Bondage of the Human Will – slaves of sin

Originally written in 2013 at Beggar’s All Reformation and Apologetics. (James Swan’s web-blog) (here with some editing and additions) This debate reminds me of Luther’s famous statement at the end of his work, The bondage of the Will, in answering Erasmus’ The Freedom … Continue reading

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Who puts philosophy before exegesis of the Text?

See to it that no one takes you captive through philosophy and empty deception, according to the tradition of men, according to the elementary principles of the world, rather than according to Christ.” Colossians 2:8 Pastor John Piper makes a great case for … Continue reading

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Augustine on the bondage of the will to sin

“But now, can that part of the human race to whom God hath promised deliverance and a place in the eternal Kingdom be restored through the merits of their own works? Of course not! For what good works could a … Continue reading

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On the Bondage of the Unregenerate Will

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