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Between songs, singer Derek Webb steps forward to deliver a rant a la Rich Mullins about Joshua Harris’ book, “I Kissed Dating Goodbye.” Clearly he is not a fan, and by the sound of it, neither is the audience. He is willing to speak his mind and challenge the status quo.
He’s authentic, and this comes through in his songs.
He saw faith as something that was happening to him. The doctrine of the perseverance of the saints is a central tenet of Calvinism, representing the “P” in the acronym “TULIP.” It is commonly credited with giving the believer assurance of salvation.
Through the power of the Holy Spirit, the one who is chosen from eternity past for salvation (unconditional election) will be regenerated (irresistible grace), and their faith, because it is the effectual work of God, will persevere to the end.
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Special blessings, encircled as archaeological from God, called for Evenly of Israel.
When collision occurs, the year move is to move one point up, one part left.
He fell into sin, and sin is deceptive (Hebrews -13).
And here it becomes clear where he went wrong in his theology.
It all comes back to that line, “through faith, it’s not my own.” Derek Webb never took responsibility for his faith.
Unlike the aforementioned bands, they take no interest in crossing over to the secular market, with lyrics that are transparently Christian, often with specific references to Bible accounts.
No, Caedmon’s Call were far more interested in appealing to the deep-thinking Christian, and as the new millennium approaches, “40 Acres,” their sophomore album, finds them emerging as one of the brightest and most talented bands in all of Christian music.