Friday, December 05, 2008

This Week in Calvinism - December 5, 2008

  • In this video, James White weighs in on the John 3:16 Conference.

  • On the anti-Calvinist movement in the Southern Baptist Convention, Greg Alford writes, "Someone needs to tell these guys to STOP this war on Calvinism before serious and lasting damage is done to the SBC and the Evangelical Community as a whole."

  • Are you unaware of what's been going on lately in the SBC? Let Ronjour Locke bring you up to speed.

  • Another "convert"!

  • Steve at Triablogue has an interesting post on time travel from a Calvinist perspective.

  • Rab Houston, professor of modern history at the University of St. Andrews and author of Scotland: A Very Short Introduction, isn't religious, but, according to Times Higher Education, "he believes that Christianity, and indeed Calvinism, have had a positive impact on Scotland ... Calvinism is generally considered a dour religion, but Professor Houston disputes this image, pointing out how it accommodated popular festivities."

  • Matthew Halsted on Ergun Caner, Calvinism, and Protestantism.

4 comments:

Zebedee said...

Lee,

I just wanted to tell you how much I appreciate your site. I look forward to reading your insightful posts...especially on Fridays.

Lee Shelton IV said...

"Insightful"? Are you sure you're reading this blog? :)

Matthew Halsted said...

Greetings in the name of the Lord! Thanks for posting a link to my article on Dr. Ergun Caner. You might be interested to know that Dr. Caner responded to my accusations in a comment that he posted yesterday on my blog. I think he had some good points, and I think he had some not-so-good points. At any rate, I plan to be posting a comment in response to his counterargument sometime soon; however, I don't know when.

Anyway, thanks for the link!

God bless!

soli Deo gloria,

Matthew

Puritan said...

Hey, just for the record Calvin Disagrees With James White On John 3:16

It's kind of funny that by this new 'nose bleed' high Calvinism, which is gaining popularity today, that even John Calvin wasn't a Calvinist.

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