The Dangers of Reformed Theology

by George Zeller

Introduction - Reformed Theology
1. The Danger of Teaching that Christ Died Only for the Elect
2. The Danger of Teaching that Regeneration Precedes Faith
3. The Danger of Teaching that Faith is the Gift of God
4. The Danger of Adding Additional Requirements to Saving Faith
5. The Danger of Teaching that the Believer Does Not Possess an Old Nature
6. The Danger of Denying the Literal Thousand Year Kingdom.
7. The Danger of Not Understanding the Bible in its Literal, Normal Sense
8. The Danger of Teaching that All or Most Prophecies Were Fulfilled in 70 A.D.
9. The Danger of Covenant Theology
10. The Danger of Putting Believers Under the Law
11. The Danger of Teaching the Erroneous Doctrine of “Vicarious Law-Keeping”
12. The Danger of Teaching that the Savior Bore Our Sins Prior to Calvary’s Cross
13. The Danger of Neglecting the Heavenly Ministry
14. The Danger of Neglecting the Heavenly Position
Conclusion - Reformed Theology

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