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Words on Radio Liberty

Words on Radio Liberty 1 in 5 volumes. Translated from Russian Ivan S. Nedic, Jelena Nedić Page 365 Dimensions: 29x22 cm An excerpt from the book "Words on Radio Freedom" Svečovečanska heritage Christianity claims that faith is a gift from God. Niko says Christ, can come to me if you do not attract the Father who sent me (Jn 6, 44). But why then this gift is not given to everyone? For what seems to God one chooses and draws itself, while the other remains closed? This is truly one of the tantalizing question that is often on one way or another stumble defenders and interpreters of the Christian faith and learning. Calvin, one of the founders of Protestantism, for example, their understanding of Christianity is based on the doctrine of predestination, according to which God is the beginning of one of the chosen and predestined for salvation and others for destruction. Of course, our Christian conscience can not accept this daunting learning. Nama is the apostle of love said: God is love (1JN 4, 16). It is said, too, that God sent his Son, that nothing be lost, but that all be saved (v. John 3: 16-17). It is therefore an issue that we started this our speech so painful and difficult. And the answer to it is, of course, only one. Yes, faith is a gift of God, and this gift is given to everyone, as the great prayer of the Church, "the brightness of Christ, which enlightens every man that cometh into the world" (1)


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