Friday, June 08, 2007

This Week in Calvinism - June 8, 2007

  • Steve Costley thinks he can prove that John Calvin did not teach limited atonement -- at least not the kind advocated by most modern Calvinists.

  • Calvinists vs. Arminians: Who's really trying to limit the atonement? I guess it all depends on what you mean by "limit."

  • David Hewitt shares his thoughts on what Dr. Morris Chapman had to say about the "resurgence of Calvinism" in the SBC.

  • According to Jeff, Calvinism "leads to irresponsibility and sin." He uses the "not quite sin" of beer-drinking as an example: "All denominations that flaunt beer drinking are hyper-Calvinist denominations. It allows an excuse to mess with sin because it's all God's fault anyway." Sounds like someone could use a tall, cold one.

  • Which is more loving? Calvinism or Arminianism? After reading through this analysis, the answer should be clear.

  • Dave Hunt's flawed theology has claimed another victim.

  • Anti-Calvinist Frank Page will be nominated for the customary second term as president of the Southern Baptist Convention.

    jeff said...

    Thanks for the link. I probably could use a tall cold one. I'll wait and see what God has ordained for me today!

    C.L. Dyck said...

    Thanks for the link, Leefer! But don't worry, I wasn't victimized. This is what I choose.


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