Friday, September 11, 2009

This Week in Calvinism - September 11, 2009

  • Calvin on man's full culpability.

  • Calvin on law and gospel.

  • Wesley on justification. (Hmmm. Was he a closet Calvinist?)

  • Meet Jupiter Hammon, America's first black poet.

  • Apparently late to the game, Christianity Today sees evidence that "Calvin is making a comeback."

  • Article found on a Catholic web site: Calvinism and the Seeker-Insensitive Church. The author notes the "intellectual debt we owe to Calvin," and concludes, "These dusty old theologians often knew more about human nature and behavior than we moderns, with our surveys and focus groups, will ever know."

  • The Exiled Preaacher reminds us that the "Reformed faith is much more broad, rich and deep" than what is summarized in TULIP.

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