Calvinism, as part of its Doctrine of Total Depravity, has adopted a corpse/cadaver as a metaphor for the natural man. Since a corpse is unable to believe, they argue the natural man is unable to believe apart from a preceding, supernatural, and sovereign work of regeneration by God. But is the analogy of a corpse/cadaver for the natural man accurate? Actually, the Bible uses a very different analogy.
December 21, 2019
A Biblical Analogy for Faith
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