He that prays only when he prays with others, would not pray at all, were it not that the eyes of others are upon him. He that will not pray where none but God see him, manifestly doth not pray at all out of respect for God, or regard to his all-seeing eye, and therefore doth in effect cast off prayer.

History

in Church & History

Roots of Arminianism

Liberalism & Unitarianism

Do you believe that God has given you the moral capacity to choose or reject Christ on your own free-will using human reason alone? You might be surprised where the roots of such thinking in this country began.