Reformed Theology Question about human responsibility  Calvinism

Question about human responsibility

Reformed Theology Question about human responsibility  Calvinism
Question about human responsibility

Hey Reformed, I've had a question that I've asked a few people in PM's. Their answers may very well be the correct ones, but I'm still left feeling like I don't have a "filling" answer if you will. I'm not the most intelligent as well, so the easier explanation the better.

Since God chose the elect before the foundation of the world based on his sovereign purpose, nothing according to our works/actions/etc. (which is found in Scripture), how can one be held morally responsible for not believing, when God is the one who grants them eyes to see and ears to hear? I find Calvinism to be more biblical but I have questions that I cannot seem to find an answer for. Thank you

Hey Reformed, I’ve had a question that I’ve asked a few people in PM’s. Their answers may very well be the correct ones, but I’m still left feeling like I don’t have a “filling” answer if you will. I’m not the most intelligent as well, so the easier explanation the better.Since God chose the elect before the foundation of the world based on his sovereign purpose, nothing according to our works/actions/etc. (which is found in Scripture), how can one be held morally responsible for not believing, when God is the one who grants them eyes to see and ears to hear? I find Calvinism to be more biblical but I have questions that I cannot seem to find an answer for. Thank you
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Reformed Theology Looking for someone or a few intelligible folks to answer some questions  Calvinism

Looking for someone or a few intelligible folks to answer some questions

Reformed Theology Looking for someone or a few intelligible folks to answer some questions  Calvinism
Looking for someone or a few intelligible folks to answer some questions

Hey Reformed, I was wondering if there was anyone in excellent familiarity with the doctrines of grace/Calvinism/Reformed Theology. I would like to be able to ask questions whenever one comes about, or to have someone help me understand things better.

Whether it be through Reddit PM or Discord, please let me know! I would gladly appreciate it!

Hey Reformed, I was wondering if there was anyone in excellent familiarity with the doctrines of grace/Calvinism/Reformed Theology. I would like to be able to ask questions whenever one comes about, or to have someone help me understand things better.Whether it be through Reddit PM or Discord, please let me know! I would gladly appreciate it!
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Reformed Theology Question about John 6:50  Calvinism

Question about John 6:50

Reformed Theology Question about John 6:50  Calvinism
Question about John 6:50

Hi, I'm new to TULIP but have been studying through John MacArthur, RC Sproul, John Piper, and Jeff Durbin. I've worked through Arminian proof texts such as 1 Timothy 2:4, and so on. But I've been questioning one other passage.

John 6:50 CSB.

This is the bread that comes down from heaven so that anyone may eat of it and not die.

Now in this chapter he's talking to the Jews. Was he letting them know that the time was coming where not only Jews would eat the bread but gentiles too?

But then again, it literally says anyone may eat the bread. However, that idea that anyone may directly contradicts John 6:44. So I'm confused, any help would be appreciated, thank you.

Hi, I’m new to TULIP but have been studying through John MacArthur, RC Sproul, John Piper, and Jeff Durbin. I’ve worked through Arminian proof texts such as 1 Timothy 2:4, and so on. But I’ve been questioning one other passage.John 6:50 CSB.This is the bread that comes down from heaven so that anyone may eat of it and not die.Now in this chapter he’s talking to the Jews. Was he letting them know that the time was coming where not only Jews would eat the bread but gentiles too?But then again, it literally says anyone may eat the bread. However, that idea that anyone may directly contradicts John 6:44. So I’m confused, any help would be appreciated, thank you.
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