Friday, January 09, 2009

This Week in Calvinism - January 9, 2009

  • Monergism and Romans 3:23-28.

  • Every anti-Calvinist knows about Michael Servetus, but not many know about the Libertines who tried to have John Calvin killed. Here's a little history lesson, courtesy of Dr. James Galyon.

  • Martin Downes explains why he is both a Calvinist and an evangelist.

  • Divine grace and libertarian free will don't mix.

  • Tim Challies on the greatest hindrance to the gospel.

  • Long before the Constitution was drafted to protect civil rights, keep church and state separate, and guarantee personal freedom, there was John Calvin. That is the message of John Witte Jr., professor at Emory Law School.

  • Princeton Theological Seminary is celebrating John Calvin's 500th birthday by spending "A Year with the Institutes." You can join in...

  • ...which is exactly what David Porter is doing.

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