Friday, February 15, 2008

This Week in Calvinism - February 15, 2008

  • Phil Johnson, in the latest installment of his series on total depravity, tackles the question: How can we be held responsible for our own inability?

  • In memory of St. Francis de Sales, beatified and canonized by the Catholic church for his fight against Calvinism.

  • "Reformed Baptist" is not an oxymoron.

  • David, the "Thirsty Theologian," explains why he is a Calvinist.

  • The Southern Baptist Convention needs a new president. Al Mohler has dropped out of the running, so SBC Outpost has a suggestion: "The best we can tell, is that Frank Cox would be a Mohler without the Calvinism. If you think things were going just fine before Frank Page was elected, and you don’t like Calvinism, and want to see more missions giving and going, Frank Cox is your man."
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