Great Sermon! Pastor Renihan I just wanted you to know how much I enjoyed your sermon. I am going to listen to the rest of them when I have time. I do believe in the Reformed Faith and the atoning work of Jesus for His people that God has chosen to save and given to Him as a gift
to keep to life eternal.
I live far away in Hot Springs, Arkansas but have relatives that live in Spencer, Mass I that I visit. So when I do visit I want to come and visit your church.
I have not found a Reformed church in my area at all so have been listening to different pastors on SermonAudio.com
Thank you again for this wonderful sermon and I will listen to the rest of them especially the ones you discuss concerning the atonement and reconciliation.
God bless you in your service for Jesus.
Very Helpful I haven't finished listening to this series yet. But, after having listened to the first two parts, I believe that it has been the most helpful and very gravely careful dealing with the subject that I've heard. I am afraid that I have been, in some ways, bewitched by the (however well-intended) somewhat Legalistic treatments of the subject.
I am glad and thankful to God, and to Mr Renihan as the human means, for this series. May the Lord bless you, older brother.
Useful. Good explanation of the Servetus affair in their historic context. It is very important ti know the exact role of Calvin in this, not the false exaggerations which some of his opponents affirm.
Great Sermon! Thank you for speaking on a subject that is so needed and timely for our churches.
I know this issue of courtship is being used by satan to destroy fellowship between believers and to split the body of Christ.
God bless you.
Liberty from false teaching. Good presentation of Paul's refutation of the teachings of the false teachers in Ephesus. What a great thing that God saves not through asceticism and that we have not a gnostic "gospel"! His Word saves and frees us.
Good presentation. Good presentation of Calvin's life until the publication of the first edition of the Institutes, in the context of his times. Good explanations. I detected an error: Calvin met not Servetus in Paris. Calvin went to the appointed meeting, but Servetus came not.