Friday, July 20, 2007

This Week in Calvinism - July 20, 2007

  • Bryan Lair is encouraged to see the resurgence of Reformed theology.

  • Faith by Hearing is a web site "designed to collect and categorize the ever-growing availabilty of great Reformed and conservative evangelical audio preaching & teaching that has a high view of God and Scripture." That isn't an easy task, but they're doing a great job. Here, they present the best MP3’s of first half of 2007. Enjoy!

  • James Swan gives us 10 reasons "why Dave Hunt's Berean Call should change its name to something else."

  • This high school Calvinist points out some of the errors of Greg Boyd's open theism as found in his popular book Letters From A Skeptic.

  • Daniel explains the weight of Calvinism.

  • Douglas Groothuis with some lessons we can learn from Francis Schaeffer.
  • 4 comments:

    Anonymous said...

    Justin says...

    Hi Lee Shelton! Thanks for the link to my site! When I logged in, I was like, "Whoa! Someone linked to me! Who in the world would that be?" Hahaha!

    I'll have to visit your site now that I am aware of it.

    Indebted to Christ,
    -Justin

    Anonymous said...

    Justin says...

    PS, how did you come across my blog, by the way?

    Lee Shelton said...

    When I decided to run this as a weekly feature, I just started searching for blogs and news stories that dealt with Calvinism. Yours was among them. I think it stood out because, as a high school student, you're certainly one of the youngest Calvinist bloggers out there. Keep up the good work!

    Anonymous said...

    Justin says...

    Lee, I see.

    Thanks for the encouragement! :) I pray you keep going, too!

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