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2008.11.05

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Todd Burus

Contrary to what many Reformed persons may say, Calvinism does not rest on or demand that regeneration precede faith.

Ian,
This is true, and many Calvinists, such as John Piper, agree that faith and regeneration are concomitant. The question then is, what causes faith/regeneration. For a Calvinist this is easy, it is the effectual call. But for the non-Calvinist, what do you do?

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