tedhimself,IMHO, the first soteriological question to be asked is not, "Why doesn't God elect all?". The first question is, "Why does God elect anyone?". The next question should be, "WHEN does God decree election?".To that end, I'll attach a couple of links. The first one deals extensively with the first question but also contains other useful information. It's by B.B. Warfield, one of my favs.http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/9170/WARFIELD3.HTMThe second one places the decrees in an form that yields an easy comparison chart. I don't necessarily agree with all of the authors conclusions, however.http://www.gty.org/~phil/articles/sup_infr.htmAs I've e-mailed you, my time is limited presently. I'll be away over the weekend. When I return, I'll have 9 essays due before the Session of Elders at Church next Thursday. If you have some time, please pray for me. I'm feeling a bit overwhelmed.Rick, the glampig
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