Friday, May 04, 2007
This Week in Calvinism - May 4, 2007
Sorry. Not much happening here in Calvinism this week, but here's what's happening elsewhere...
Joshua Hitchcock has some excellent tips on how to attack Calvinism effectively. A must-read for every Arminian, Falwellian, and Canerite. Dr. David J. B. Trim, professor of history at Newbold College, England, writes of the violent struggle between Catholics and Calvinists in the 1500s. Guy Davies, a Welsh Calvinist preacher living in "exile" in England, explains why he is a Baptist. (I plan on explaining why I am a Baptist sometime in the near future.) Caleb Kolstad reflects on Baptists and Calvinism. Dave Hunt continues to believe that man has the power to undermine God's divine plan. Brent Thomas, Teaching Pastor and Elder at Grace Community Church in Glen Rose, Texas, responds to Garrison Keillor's faulty understanding of Calvinism. Protect yourself and your loved ones from the harmful effects of online Calvinism with Net Finney 2...now with TULIP Control! Calvin College purchases a rare copy of John Calvin's book Congrégation sur l’élection éternelle de Dieu. "The book was printed in Geneva in 1562 by Vincent Bres and only five libraries in Europe are known to own it and none in the United States."