Tullian Tchividjian

See initial article on Billy Graham: “The Love of God is Absolute” Much to everyone’s surprise at 95 years of age Billy Graham just released a new book entitled The Reason for My Hope: Salvation. I received a complimentary advance copy from the Billy Graham Association with a cover letter from his son Franklin Graham. […]

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A remarkable movement toward pure grace is emerging from both the Arminian (freewill) and the Calvinistic (predestination) realms of the Body of Christ. Whether your bottom line for salvation is man’s freewill or God’s sovereign choice the conclusion is the same: anything that adds to the message that Jesus Christ has done it all is […]

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Does Billy Graham have anything to say on the topic of universalism?  He does as we will find out but I think before anyone judges him unfairly let me remind you of the landscape through which he has journeyed for 93 years and as the most well known evangelist of our time. We must understand […]

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It was Tim Keller who opened up the vistas for understanding the Gospel as so much more than a “personal relationship” with Jesus that insured a place in heaven when we die.  Keller brought a wide sweeping picture of the Gospel that could be traced from Genesis to Revelation.  It was a vision that engulfed […]

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Surprised by Tullian Tchividjian’s Grace!

by Phillip on March 10, 2012

Tullian Tchvidjian’s book, Surprised by Grace “took us by surprise” as we read his passionate statements regarding God’s relentless pursuit of His lost image-bearers.  That is because Tullian, the grandson of Billy Graham, resides on the other side of his grandfather’s theological tradition of free-will and has embraced the Calvinist God of predestination and absolute […]

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