Friday, June 01, 2007

This Week in Calvinism - June 1, 2007

  • Meet a "one-point Calvinist."

  • In this discussion of free will, we learn that being free to choose is not the same as being able to choose.

  • Pastor Paul T. McCain doesn't like the cold, distant, and remote God of Calvinism. Instead, he embraces the warmth and compassion of Lutheranism. Maybe someone should remind Pastor McCain that Luther himself was a staunch Calvinist.

  • Rodney Beason explains (without any detail) his conversion from Calvinism to Catholicism. Hey, if the Catholic Church was good enough for the Apostle Peter...

  • Free audio downloads from the New Attitude 2007 conference, featuring speakers like C. J. Mahaney, Mark Dever, and John Piper, are now available.

  • Timmy Brister has put together "A Compilation of the Controversy over Calvinism in the Southern Baptist Convention."

  • Kerry Gilliard, a.k.a. "BlackCalvinist," presents another episode of "Calvinism on the Couch."

  • Jamey Bennett is a "Post-Calvinist."
  • 1 comment:

    lee n. field said...

    Rodney Beason's conversion story was discussed at length on Freerepublic.com. Somebody did a few minutes work with Google and found that Mr. Beason (or someone with his exact same name), likes to join things. Looks to be a bit of a spiritual wanderer.

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