Friday, August 29, 2008

This Week in Calvinism - August 29, 2008

  • Here's another blogger who, because of his misunderstanding of the doctrines of grace, thinks that "Calvinism blasphemes the Living God."

  • No, no, silly Calvinist. John 6:37 doesn't mean what you think it means. You need to learn to read scripture like an objective, unbiased Arminian.

  • Michael Brewer is not a Calvinist (yet?), but he is studying what's at the heart of Calvinism.

  • Can you be a Calvinist and a Dispensationalist? I suppose, but as Christians we already know what it's like to live with conflicting natures. Why would you want to make things even more difficult for yourself?

  • I briefly touched on the subject in a recent post, but Michael Jones goes further and lists a few reasons why some Calvinists can't seem to evangelize like Calvinists.

  • Pyromaniac Dan Phillips reviews the book If You Could Ask God One Question, by Paul Williams and Barry Cooper.

    Anonymous said...

    The Contemporary Calvinist,

    Thanks for the mention and link back. Yeah, I was pretty much given a very foul charicature of "you cold hearted Calvinists." However, as I am breaking away from the old and broken foundations I was given growing up, I am finding that there is a lot more to Calvinism than what I was briefly taught.

    I'm not saying that I am looking to become Calvinist or not become Calvinist in thought or theory, just that I owe it to you all to at least educate myself on the matter.



    DJP said...

    Perhaps should be, "...Dan Phillips, who in fact is both a Calvinist and a dispensationalist, and for exactly the same reason...."


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