Seeking God

(Part of the Election, Sovereign Grace, Will, Salvation bible study group.)

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  A sometimes quoted objection aimed at disproving the spiritual depravity of man and thereby destroying a basis for Election is,
  "Since man is created in the image and likeness of God, he will seek God."

  This argument has one major drawback; it contradicts what God says in His inspired word, the Bible.
(See Psalms 14:2-3, 53:2-3, and Romans 3:10-12., which show the complete invalidity of this contention.)

  The history of man is full of his attempts to seek a higher being. We have Baal, Moloch, Ra, Mars, Venus, Zeus, Odin, Ravi, Buddha, the Great Cosmic Oneness, and countless other proofs of man, in his corrupt nature, seeking a higher being.

  This objection has no biblical basis or merit. Therefore it has no effect on the validity of the belief in salvation by God's Sovereign Grace & Will, also called the Doctrine of Election.

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