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I watched this video too by John MacArthur. A Q&A session found on his site. I highly recommend you listen first to the video and challenge your “testing of the spirits” and “proving all things”, see if you pick up where his answers do not line up with God’s Word. Then read this blog…

Notes From A Retired Preacher

Free Grace Theology and “Easy Believism”:

Is There Really Any Connection?

by Bruce Bauer

 A Harmless Non-derogatory Term?  You be the judge. 

“Easy Believism”  At first glance and in one’s initial thoughts, the term might seem innocuous enough to the average Christian.  After all, he might say, it should be easy to believe; it shouldn’t be difficult to become saved.  Christ died on the cross for our sins, he was buried and on the third day he rose from the grave—believe this gospel, believe in this Jesus of the Bible and you’ll be saved!  Take caution, however, for some in the evangelical world employ the term “easy believism” to mean something completely different than you might think.

For the advocate of Lordship Salvation teaching, the appellation “easy believism” takes on an entirely different connotation with strikingly defamatory undertones.  Listen to the way that John MacArthur utilizes the designation…

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