Question about whether an elect person could die without hearing the gospel, the Reformed view of Christ’s sacrifice, using the Mosaic Law in evangelism, and how Ecclesiastes 5:2 should affect our prayer.
- Can an elect person die without ever having heard the gospel?
- Doesn’t the Reformed view that Jesus only died for the elect impugn the character of God?
- Since we’re not under the Mosaic Law, is it appropriate to use the Ten Commandments in evangelism to show people their guilt?
- How should Ecclesiastes 5:2 inform our public and private prayer habits?