Heads of Evil Demons No. 2.—Vessels of Wrath—Theutus.details

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Wood-engravings (or woodcuts perhaps) of the heads of various evil spirits and demons/dæmons/daemons. This one is Theutus.

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Added by maria on Fri Oct 24 20:58:47 2008

Added by Freeman on Fri Aug 28 20:36:04 2009

If you read very carefully, Paul only uses predestination language when referring to the vessels of mercy. He uses the likeness of Pharaoh, as an example of a vessel of destruction.
I’m working through Paul’s writings on these vessels of wrath here: here
[I asked Freeman for clarification on this comment, and got the following response – Liam]
I found your site while while doing research for my theological study.
Paul is the one who coined the phrase “vessels of wrath” in his epistle to the Romans. Amongst protestant churches the most heated divide is the Calvinist v. Armenian debate of predestination v. free- will. The predestination camp cites this reference more than any other. In practical terms, this verse is the cornerstone of the predestination argument.
Paul’s theology is unique, in that it almost never references hell. I am writing a series that deals with the few instances of Paul using condemnation language, which are all interconnected and reveal the theology of Paul.

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