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TEACH INDIVIDUAL ELECTION UNTO SALVATION ? SOME EXEGETICAL AND THEOLOGICAL REFLECTIONS

@inproceedings{Schreiner2010TEACHIE,
  title={TEACH INDIVIDUAL ELECTION UNTO SALVATION ? SOME EXEGETICAL AND THEOLOGICAL REFLECTIONS},
  author={Thomas R. Schreiner},
  year={2010}
}
Calvinists typically appeal to Romans 9 to support their theology of divine election. In particular, they assert that Romans 9 teaches that God unconditionally elects individuals to be saved. By "unconditionally" they mean that God, in eternity past, freely chooses specific individuals whom he will save (Eph 1:4) and that his choice is not based on their foreseen faith or effort (Rom 9:16). God does not simply foresee, say Calvinists, that certain people will put their faith in him, for apart… 
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