Friday, April 10, 2009

This Week in Calvinism - April 10, 2009

  • Paul (the blogger, not the apostle) breaks down Ephesians 1:3-6 in an attempt to prove that predestination doesn't actually mean predestination. (Part 1, Part 2)

  • Triablogue on confessional Calvinism.

  • "With more than 360 historical documents, works of art, and liturgical objects," the German Historical Museum in Berlin has put together the largest European exhibition devoted to John Calvin and his influence.

  • Kevl uses Nicholas Cage's latest movie to expose Calvinism's "determinism" and thereby reveal the difference between Calvinism and Christianity.

  • Denny revisits the tired argument that John Calvin's God is not the God of the Bible. Oh, and he has plenty of links to prove his point.

  • Dan Phillips reminds us that today may be a holy day, but it isn't a pretty day.

  • James White addresses the question, "Was anyone saved at the cross?"

3 comments:

777denny said...

Please repent of your false religion before the start of the tribulation period begins. Thank you.

777denny

barrywallace said...

I enjoy your "This Week in Calvinism" posts. Keep it up.

Kent said...

Have you seen the new Calvin resources at calvin500.com? Logos Bible Software has begun a massive digitization project of almost 100 books by and about Calvin—46 volumes of commentaries, 5 editions of the Institutes, 4 volumes of letters, dozens of tracts and treatises, 10 biographies, and 20 volumes on the history of Calvinism. I thought you might be interested!

LinkWithin

Related Posts with Thumbnails