Corporate election

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  1. Robert J Hutton

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    I have been looking into the subject of Corporate Election and find that it makes a lot of sense. However, I am rather puzzled as to how the proponents of this view interpret Acts 13 v 48 viz. "....and all that were appointed for eternal life believed."

    Any suggestions?

    Many thanks.
     
  2. rmered

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    Robert Shank wrote a book on this, I think it is called "Elect in the Son." I read it in 1999, but I did not buy the argument.
     
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    Robert Shank was a good author. I have his book - 'Life in Christ'. It discusses about conditional security salvation.

    He was a Southern Baptist.

    I have been read throughout that book halfway. It is very good book. I urge you to order it.

    Also, I will order another book - 'Elect in Christ' when after I finish read his book.

    In Christ
    Rev. 22:20 -Amen!
     
  4. rmered

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    Sorry, it is Elect in the Son. And it proposes Corporate Election.
     

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