Does Anybody Agree with this Quotation? IV
This one speaks for itself, and needs no introduction:
"There is a deadly and damnable heresy being widely propagated today to the effect that, if a sinner truly accepts Christ as his personal Saviour, no matter how he lives afterwards, he cannot perish. That is a satanic lie, for it is at direct variance with the teaching of the Word of truth. Something more than believing in Christ is necessary to ensure the soul's reaching heaven."
(A.W. Pink as quoted by Iain H. Murray in "The Life of Arthur W. Pink" pgs 248-249) [Emphasis MINE]
This is a Calvinist calling a spade a spade: "Something more than believing in Christ is necessary to ensure the soul's reaching heaven."
This is what I have been saying about Calvinism all along. In choice moments, Calvinists actually directly say what the rest of their doctrine implies.
Does anyone agree with Mr. Pink?