Tuesday, February 26, 2008

ROBERT ELLIOTT: "THE IMPORTANCE OF THE TULIP: The Immeasurable Value of the Doctrines of Sovereign Grace"

MP3 Available Here

ROBERT ELLIOTT, pastor of Reformed Baptist Church of Riverside, CA, will address the theme: "THE IMPORTANCE OF THE TULIP: The Immeasurable Value of the Doctrines of Sovereign Grace".

Pastor Elliott was born in Glasgow, Scotland. Though he was raised in a Christian family, it wasn’t until his mid-teens that he embraced the Lord Jesus as His Savior. Upon becoming aware of the call to preach, and being encouraged by his church to do so, Robert attended seminary at the Free Presbyterian Theological Hall in Northern Ireland. He married Janice, whom he had known for many years in the summer of 1985 and since then they have been blessed by God with three daughters.

Robert has taught at Reformed Baptist Church of Riverside, CA since July of 1995. He desires that God would glorify Himself through building a community of believers who honor Him by worshipping in spirit and in truth. Robert believes that the local body should be composed of members who love God, one another and who are committed to passionately maintaining and presenting eternal gospel realities to the world.

Today Robert will discuss how "The Five Points of Calvinism" (Total Depravity, Unconditional Election, Limited Atonement, Irresistible Grace & Perseverance of the Saints), are an invaluable aid to help us more fully understand how we sinners are completely dependent on our holy, righteous and sovereign God.

During this broadcast we will also be promoting next week's 5-DAY RADIO DEBATE, Monday, March 3rd - Friday, March 7th, between DR. LARRY CARRINO of The Omega Institute and DR. F. LaGARD SMITH, author of Troubling Questions For Calvinists on "The Doctrines of Sovereign Grace: Biblical Truths or Dangerous Fallacies".

1 comment:

Douglas Kofi Adu-Boahen said...

Great show! Where the MP3s for the five day debate posted for download?

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