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What is this page about?

by Scott Price

Some call it "High Grace" or "High Calvinism" while others wrongly call it "Hyper-Calvinism". It is the issue that goes beyond the basic truth of the doctrines of grace and takes the reader into other related issues. Many people who come across these issues are scared off by the misinformation or characterization from others who, either, are bias or don't know any better. These issues delve into God's character attributes, God's intent, His decrees, purpose, will and His glory.

The major issues on this page will be as follows:

Is grace common or only particular?

Is the gospel an offer or a declaration?

Is predestination single or double?

What is the difference in Lapsarian doctrines (Infra or Supra) or, in other words, how should one view the order of God's decrees?

This page will favor the minority view, which is particular grace, the gospel declaration, double predestination and that of Supralapsarianism. The part most find with refreshing about our ministry is a zeal for evangelism and showing the consistent view of God using the gospel as a means in, both, conversion and regeneration, which is another minority view. Our position will easily show we are not fatalists nor Hyper-Calvinistic in our view of the purpose of the gospel.
Look at these issues without fear and keep an open mind while studying prayerfully.

This page has nothing to do with the timing of Justification. There is much confusion about lumping different Lapsarian positions depending on their view of Eternal Justification or Justification by the Imputed Righteousness of Christ in the context of Regeneration and Conversion. Most who hold to Eternal Justification are Infralapsarian.

The last note is a disclaimer -  I cannot guarantee that all the authors on these links to articles are consistent in all that they say in the featured articles or their other material on their own site. 

Absolute Sovereignty
Particular, Effectual & Sovereign Grace,
The ONLY Kind There Is

"And all the people of the earth are counted as nothing; and He does according to His will in the army of heaven, and among the people of the earth. And none can strike His hand, or say to Him, What are You doing?"    Daniel 4:35
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Sovereign Reprobation by Gise Van Baren

The Place of Reprobation in the Preaching of the Gospel  by Herman Hoeksema

God's Sovereign Elective Grace
by George Ophoff

The Riches of God's Love by William Twisse

The Sovereignty of God in Reprobation
by A.W. Pink

The Decrees of God by Hugh Binning

The Fall of Man was Both Necessary and Wonderful  by Theodore Beza

The Causes of Salvation and Damnation
by William Perkins

Grace Uncommon by Barry Gritters

Common Bounty or Common Grace?
by David Engelsma

Common Grace Considered
by Herman Hanko

The Myth of Common Grace
by Garrett Johnson

Jesus Savior and the Evil of Hawking Him
by Herman Hoeksema

Is Denial of the "Well-Meant Offer" Hyper-Calvinism?  by David Engelsma

Janus Alive and Well: Dr. R. Scott Clark and the Well-Meant Offer of the Gospel
by Sean Gerety

Calvin vs. Hyper-Spurgeonism

Preaching and Missions without a Debilitating Offer by Thomas Miersma

Reexamination of the So-Called Well-Meant Offer by R. Blacketer

A History of Hypo-Calvinism

The Banner of Truth Versus Calvinism

The "Free Offer" and Conditionalism

The History of the Free Offer
by Herman Hanko

What is this “Non-Justice” of which RC Sproul writes?  by Mark McCulley

If Our Sin Keeps God From Blessing Us, Then It’s Not Christ’s Death which Blesses Us 
by Mark McCulley

Spurgeon Assumes He’s Correct, Even If It Means the Bible has Contradictions
by Mark McCulley

Non-Election is Not Conditioned on the Sinner 
by Mark McCulley

Rain of Grace or Reign of Grace?
by Scott Price

A New Book from the Andrew Fuller “Free Offer” School  by Mark McCulley

Packer “no ask no tell” on election, but J.I. Packer does talk about a false universal “offer”
by Mark McCulley

We Do Not Make One Side of the Exchange
by Mark McCulley

Candidates For Grace? An Offer But You’ve Got to Make it Personal For You?
by Mark McCulley

Different Purposes for the Atonement?
by John Kennedy

Engelsma on Psalm 73

The Blood By Which Christ was Sanctified
by Mark McCulley

The Five Points of Calvinism
by G.A. Chan