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Papist Whores & Their Theology

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by: Monty Collier
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Publication Date: August 7, 2018
Book Size: 5.83" x 8.26"
Pages: 170
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781642544350
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Book Synopsis
In this book, when I speak of Papist whores and their theology, I am not necessarily targeting a member of the Roman Catholic Church—but I am referring to nominal Protestants who are intentionally working to undermine Biblical Christianity. For example, I am referring to those nominal Protestants who reject Sola Scriptura (The Bible alone is the Word of God). I am also referring to any nominal Protestant who willfully repudiates Sola Fide (justification by faith alone), deliberately mixes Law and Gospel, and purposely opposes God’s Absolute Predestination, while teaching the free will of man.

In chapter one, I examine and refute Roger Olson’s book “Arminian Theology: Myths and Realities.” In chapter two, I refute the notion of Reformed scholasticism as taught in the book titled “Reformed Thought On Freedom.” In chapter three, I refute Oliver Crisp’s attacks on Reformed theology found in his book titled “Saving Calvinism.” In chapter four, I reject the notion that faith is active in justification and quote a host of Scripture, as well as Protestant Reformers, showing that our faith is only passive in justification. In the final chapter, which is chapter five, I refute those who mix Law and Gospel by wrongly claiming that one must join an institutional church to be saved.
Customer Comments
kirk dennis
Posted: November 17, 2018
Customer comment 0 star rating
This book by Monty Collier has been helpful. It lays out and argues from the Reformed viewpoint of the law and gospel distinction. By this distinction we see how Rome has krept into even those churches professing to be Reformed. This book is helpful for any Christian.
kirk dennis
Posted: November 17, 2018
Customer comment 5 star rating
This book by Monty Collier has been helpful. It lays out and argues from the Reformed viewpoint of the law and gospel distinction. By this distinction we see how Rome has krept into even those churches professing to be Reformed. This book is helpful for any Christian.
Anonymous
Posted: November 28, 2018
Customer comment 5 star rating
the antidote for today's sissy theology
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