Christ came to this earth to bring salvation to humankind, to provide the means by which we could be reconciled to God Almighty, the Lord of Hosts, and the Father of all. He also came as part of that to establish his church. He died that you and I might have life â€œand have it more abundantly.â€ In the course of this and in following the plan that was set forth by his Father, he chose certain men who became the backbone of the church, the starting point of its teaching, and center of its beginning as a godly assembly.
I read the other Bible blogs on a daily basis. I have enjoyed some of the theological discussions concerning Calvinism and Arminianism. However, I have found myself in “no man’s land.” As I read through the tenets of Calvinism, I know I am not a Calvinist. The tenets of Arminianism are also non biblical, so I know I am not Arminian. I guess I will have to settle for being just a Christian. I am not bothered by the lack of a label. I like going against the majority grain away.