David King – Justification and The Auburn Avenue Controversy

I know that my friend, David King, would probably prefer for me not to post this, but since it has already been posted by Alpha & Omega Ministries, I wanted to present it for the listeners’ edification:

-TurretinFan

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3 Responses to “David King – Justification and The Auburn Avenue Controversy”

  1. michael Says:

    Genesis 22:15 And the angel of the LORD called to Abraham a second time from heaven
    16 and said, “By myself I have sworn, declares the LORD, because you have done this and have not withheld your son, your only son,
    17 I will surely bless you, and I will surely multiply your offspring as the stars of heaven and as the sand that is on the seashore. And your offspring shall possess the gate of his[fn] enemies,
    18 and in your offspring shall all the nations of the earth be blessed, because you have obeyed my voice.”

    I've been stuck for months on those verses and the comprehensiveness and totality they convey on the elect.

    Dr. White was right. There was so much in Dr. King's presentation it was hard at times keeping up with the historical volumn of knowledge he was pouring forth I doubt many would be able to comprehend a lot because of that sheer volumn he drawing from!

    That he undercut the federal vision and proponents was grand! That he made clear the baptism is secondary to election was grand. He certainly made a good case for the thief on the cross hanging there dying next to Jesus! How one can go away and say baptism is for believers after confession was mooted well. That baptism brings salvation was refuted well, and finally his passionate ending was just that, passionate and to the point.

    Thank you TF for putting it up for us to enjoy!

    Dr. White sure has loss some weight from then to these days now, wow! I'll bet he has a hard time looking at those pounds? :)

  2. Kirk Skeptic Says:

    It must be an heavy burden for these Federal Vision and Auburn Av folks to have to correct virtually 400 years of Protestant thought and straighten out those of us mired in it; something akin to taking up the “White Man's Burden.” The lack of humility is astounding.

  3. Sergius Martin-George Says:

    This is a terrific précis of the central problems of Federal Vision. I’m curious, though: Where is Pastor King from? He has the most unusual accent.

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