Calvinism Refuted | Charles Spurgeon Defense of Calvinism Examined by Dan Corner

Calvinism is sometimes referred to as the doctrines of grace. The 5 points (known as TULIP) are Total Depravity, Unconditional Election, Limited Atonement, Irresistible Grace and Perseverance of the Saints. Though they are popular they are entirely unscriptural and DANGEROUS. The truth is that man has free will even after salvation. If not guarded, his free will can enable him to enter spiritual deception, turn to evil and die spiritually. Under true Biblical grace, man must continue to follow the Lord Jesus, keep what he has, hold on and continue in the faith. Sadly, many have failed, thereby getting back on the road to hell.

A major advantage for the backslider to get off the road to hell is to know he is on the road to hell again, but this is vehemently denied by the Scripture twisting once saved always saved grace changers. Multitudes continue to perish because of Calvinism, which needs to be refuted for the sake of SOULS.

Evangelist Dan Corner has done a masterful job of exposing and refuting Calvinism. One of his most controversial videos doing such is Charles Spurgeon’s Defense of Calvinism Examined, part 1 of which can be viewed below.

The Prodigal Son by Dan Corner

The parable of the Prodigal Son that is found in the Gospel of Luke has been retold in literature, music, art, and on the stage. The basic storyline of the Prodigal Son acts as a morality tale. The story itself is about the younger of two sons who asks for his share of his inheritance before his father’s death. The younger son squanders away all his money in a distant country and is forced to take a lowly, embarrassing job just to survive. When his job is failing to provide for his basic needs, the son has a realization that his father’s workers have much more than he and if he returns, he can beg his father for forgiveness and ask for work. When the son returns, he is welcomed immediately by the father and they celebrate because he got saved again (Lk 15:24). To read more about the story of the Prodigal Son alongside the Biblical passages from where it is from, please read Dan Corner’s verse by verse commentary on the Prodigal Son.