Whenever we talk about PROOF, we’re referring to an acronym that summarizes five key facets of God’s amazing grace. PROOF reminds us of five different ways in which we experience the grace of God at work in our lives.
Planned Grace: Before time began, God mapped out the plan of salvation from first to last. God planned to adopt particular [Read More]
Martin Luther was instrumental in launching the Reformation—but his view of how God saves people wasn’t precisely the same as theologians in the Reformed tradition.
This isn’t to say that Luther didn’t believe that sinners are saved by grace alone through faith alone. It’s certainly not to suggest that Luther was some sort of semi-Pelagian or proto-Arminian—but theological honesty compels us to [Read More]
In the final chapter of PROOF: Finding Freedom through the Intoxicating Joy of Irresistible Grace, Daniel and I talk quite a bit about the Protestant Reformation. The theology of the Reformation isn’t authoritative, of course. The leaders of the Reformation were every bit as fallible as you or I. At the same time, the Reformation did drive people back [Read More]
A little more than a decade ago, my wife and I sat at a table in a cramped office that reeked of scorched coffee and mildewed carpet. While social workers shuffled around us, we pored over page after page in a file that never seemed to end.
“Cruelty to animals.”
“Persistent patterns of theft and destruction of property.”
“Possible oppositional-defiant disorder.”
“Acute reactive-attachment [Read More]
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Broken dreams are woven deeply into the fabric of human existence—so deeply that it’s easy for us to assume God’s plans fail, just like ours. In fact, that’s precisely what some theologians have claimed over the past few decades. According to one best-selling book from a Jewish rabbi, God wishes he could make everything right in the world, but [Read More]
Ed Stetzer recently sat down with Daniel Montgomery to discuss the book PROOF. Here’s a portion of their discussion:
ES: Daniel, what was your purpose is writing yet another book on the sovereignty of God? There are a lot of those, you know. What makes yours different?
DM: What makes PROOF different is that we want to take the sovereignty of [Read More]