Friday, June 22, 2007

This Week in Calvinism - June 22, 2007

  • Timmy Brister has revised and expanded his "Compilation of the Controversy over Calvinism in the Southern Baptist Convention."

  • Jerry Johnson presents the SBC Debates on the gift of tongues and Calvinist theology.

  • Garrison Keillor gets in another dig against Calvinism -- even though he still has no idea what it is.

  • Feminist philosopher Aspazia blames "damn Calvinism" and its "glorification of withstanding pain" for preventing chronic pain sufferers for getting the relief they need.

  • I failed to mention this last week, so I'll mention it now: My brother in Christ Craver now calls himself a Calvinist. His confession generated some interesting discussion on his blog.

  • The Thirsty Theologian talks about a few of the "many common misconceptions about Calvinism." He also provides links to MP3 and PDF versions of Dr. Curt Daniel's book The History and Theology of Calvinism.

  • Who founded America? Dr. D. James Kennedy gives much of the credit to "a humble reformer from Geneva, Switzerland."

    Anonymous said...


    Craver Vii said...

    Thanks for the mention, Lee! I have some friends who are not Reformed, but the time was right to lay my cards on the table.

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