Here Dan Corner shows us how to smoke any Calvinist such as Robert Morey, Paul Washer, John Piper, John MacArthur, CARM, et al. Learn how to refute this license to sin called the doctrines of grace.
Among the listing of ten types of unrighteous people mentioned in 1 Cor. 6:9,10, adulterers are cited, but who all are included under that term? How many acts of adultery does it take to become a Bible-defined adulterer? The second question about how many acts is easily answered by showing it takes only one act of adultery to be a Bible-defined adulterer:
If a man commits adultery with another man’s wife—with the wife of his neighbor—both the adulterer and the adulteress must be put to death. (Lev 20:10)
NOTE: NO Scripture which specifically mentions the adulterer even suggests it would be more than a single act to become such! The other question is answered by examining several related Scriptures referring to the three ways to commit adultery:
- lust in the heart,
- illegitimate sexual union as King David had with Bathsheba
- illegitimate marriage which is not recognized as such by God.
Here are the Scriptures:
But I tell you that anyone who looks at a woman lustfully has already committed adultery with her in his heart. If your right eye causes you to sin, gouge it out and throw it away. It is better for you to lose one part of your body than for your whole body to be thrown into hell. (Mat 5:28,29)
You shall not commit adultery. (Deut. 5:18)
Anyone who divorces his wife and marries another woman commits adultery, and the man who marries a divorced woman commits adultery. (Luke 16:18)
DO NOT BE DECEIVED: It takes one act of adultery to become a Bible-defined adultery and there are various ways to commit adultery. Resist the devil and he will flee.
But whoso committeth adultery with a woman lacketh understanding: he that doeth it destroyeth his own soul. (Prov 6:32, KJV)
Backsliders, forgiveness and salvation can be yours as it came for the prodigal through sincere repentance of sins and willingness to serve the Father. There is hope for adulterers as shown here: But you were washed, you were sanctified, you were justified in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and by the Spirit of our God. (1 Cor 6:11)
[Dan Corner is a holiness preacher.]
Greetings I have read extensively on your website regarding the nature of saving faith, I used to be a _______, until I came to know the Doctrines of Grace and discovered that I am sinful and need a savior, and put my trust in Christ. Now you have said online that man can lose his salvation, which is in essence not his since it is a gift of God. I really struggle with this. I have read John MacArthur, and Charles Ryrie, John Piper and some others and they seem to hold out some hope, and the answer they hold out is different.
But now I read your teachings and that you refute Calvinism and the doctrine of eternal security and I am concerned. Is there then no way a man may rest in God to do a work in him? Is there no rest for someone seeking to do nothing but look to Jesus and His finished work? Is there more? I agree that a man should not carry on in sin, and as far as it is possible I avoid it like the plague, yet I find the sinful nature still haunts me. Now you say I may not have hope that I may too be saved? My text is Romans 4:5, that says that no boasting is allowed, indeed I cannot boast about anything. I can only look to Christ, for I havothing to offer Him I consider of any value, including my good works. I am no great scholar, I have read widely but come to the conclusion that even the most trusted voices are to be at times be questioned. It is after all my own mind that needs to conform to God’s Word….I ask sincerely hoping you will reply for you pose serious challenges and if you truly believe what you teach then tell me so that I might also forsake those I have considered reliable teachers in the past. Only then tell me who is holding the truth, I cannot be left wondering in a vacuum. Currently I fellowship at an Independent Baptist and am much “Reformed” in my approach to theology.
As disturbing as it may be to some, the Biblical evidence proves that salvation can be lost, or as stated in a different way, a righteous man can die spiritually. We have more teaching on this subject than any website and are glad you have been reading our material which can be verified with Scripture. We also have the most comprehensive book ever written refuting once saved always saved entitled, The Believer’s Conditional Security. It should settle the issue once and for all for those who accept the Biblical message. Whatever you mean by rest in God is unclear, but the Bible says this about his rest:
Therefore, since the promise of entering his rest still stands, let us be careful that none of you be found to have fallen short of it. (Heb. 4:1)
Don’t stumble over the rest or the fact that salvation is a gift. The Biblical writers knew it was a gift, yet the same taught about various lethal dangers to salvation, even though they were more aware than we are of Jesus completing the work of redemption on the cross!
No one is boasting over here regarding anything we have done or plan to do in the Lord Jesus. He is our Lord and Savior. We are wisely following him, as his true sheep do. They alone are given the promise of never being plucked from God’s hand (John 10:27,28). We OBEY him, as do all who have eternal salvation:
And, once made perfect, he [Jesus] became the source of eternal salvation for all who OBEY him (Heb 5:9)
One more passage for you to ponder which shows salvation can be lost:
My brethren, if any among you strays from the truth and one turns him back, let him know that he who turns a sinner from the error of his way will save his soul from death and will cover a multitude of sins. (James 5:19,20, NASB)
The Reformed church you are attending is NOT a good one. Calvinism has many twisted truths about God, sin and salvation. Please read the New Testament for yourself carefully and change accordingly. Hopefully, you can find a sound church in your area, but many can’t! We are in a worldwide apostasy. Sin and false doctrines for the most part fill the local congregations. God bless you.
Dan Corner, Director of Evangelical Outreach, is interviewed again on television as he discusses conditional security vs once saved always saved. Dan Corner is an Evangelical Holiness Preacher who is also an ordained minister, apologist and campus evangelist.
In this video, Dan Corner will answer various questions. Brother Corner mentions the intense spiritual battle that is raging for souls, how few will enter the kingdom, how Christians must be faithful and holy, how Christians must fear God and submit to the Lordship of Jesus Christ. Evangelist Dan Corner answers the questions: Does grace permit immorality? Can a Christian who strays be saved again? What is true grace teaching?
Television Interview – Conditional Security VS Eternal Security
At another of his sites, Dan Corner asks, What Difference Does It Make?