Randy White | – Who Are the Chosen? | Ask the Theologian with Dr. Randy White

“Many are called, but few are chosen.” Who are the chosen? In this episode of Ask the Theologian, Dr. Randy White uses Scripture to interpret Scripture to answer this important question.

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  1. Col 3:10 — Col 3:12
    And have put on the new man, which is renewed in knowledge after the image of him that created him: Where there is neither Greek nor Jew, circumcision nor uncircumcision, Barbarian, Scythian, bond nor free: but Christ is all, and in all.
    Put on therefore, as the elect of God, holy and beloved, bowels of mercies, kindness, humbleness of mind, meekness, longsuffering;

  2. Never care much about what theologians think because there are so many different takes by theologians on different texts which contradicts each other views (although I respect their knowledge of the holy scriptures and listen to their commentaries/interpretations out of curiosity) . I always search the scriptures and the answers are clearly outline there for me (that is why I am not a Calvinist, Mormon, Jehovah Witness, 7th day Adventist, Catholic)!.With Dr.Randy White I agree , at least on this passage of "the chosen" (I have not seen any other videos of his videos).

    Peter, John and James were simple fishermen who did not have any Doctorate degrees. James , Jesus brother must have been a carpenter also and yet John Calvin and Martin Luther could not even come close to James knowledge because the anointing of the Holy Spirit that James had!.They did not know anything about rules (hermeneutics, exegesis, scatology, ect) and methods on how to interpret the bible and yet they could school in the word of God and teach theologians (from Christ times to date) who held/hold master and doctorate degrees in theology.That is why I rather listen to the masters which are the apostles of Jesus Christ.

    That does not mean that I don't encourage the study of the bible or for people to get their degrees , I just believe that God uses people as he pleases without preference and distinction!.I always give honor to whom honor is due but for my own studies of the bible I rather have a KJV or Reina Valera bible in front of me and just dig in without any extra commentaries or interpretations!.

  3. All too many believers want to see their salvation defined in every verse possible. Thank you for pointed out that eklektos most often has Israel in view. It should be emphasized too that eklektos is NEVER used to describe the salvation of a sinner. Calvin had it wrong. The ideas that result from taking Calvin's ideas to their full conclusions are absurd. God becomes the author and progenitor of sin.

  4. There is no need for God to intervene and dispense grace in order for someone to be able to believe the gospel? That's what Randy says, and he is guilty of semi-Pelagianism, an ancient heresy universally rejected by the church. Reject this man too.

  5. Why would "chosen" in Romans 16 refer to being Jewish when Paul has already referred to people as being his "kinsmen" in Romans 16? Being "chosen" doesn't mean being Jewish. Otherwise, Paul wouldn't make a distinction between being "chosen" and his "kinsmen" in Romans 16.

  6. So, every Jew must be saved, right? After all, Paul concludes his statement, "Who shall bring a charge against God's elect?" with "It is God who justifies." The reason no one can bring a charge against God's elect is because He justified them. If no one can bring a charge against the Jews as God's elect (Randy's view), then every Jew must be justified. Good luck with that I guess.

  7. (A) Excellent Thank You Watch again
    (A2) the whole Video Answers the Question: who are the “choosen” in “Many are called, few are choosen”. The answer = the Jewish nation are the choosen. Only a few people out of all the people of the world are choosen
    (B) 1st time (2/2/20) : Done