Friday, March 19, 2010

This Week in Calvinism - March 19, 2010

  • Al Mohler on apostate pastors.

  • Is FAITH the new TULIP?

  • Mark Driscoll offers three steps to being missional.

  • An appreciation of Calvinism from a non-Calvinist.

  • David Mathis at reminds us, "Don't limit your understanding of God's absolute sovereignty to five points in a mnemonic device (TULIP). Do start there, or at least cover that terrain in due course, but know that there is so much more to the full biblical worldview sometimes called Calvinism."


Unknown said...

Firstly, I really enjoy these every week, thanks.

Secondly, I find there is no higher praise for Calvin then from Arminius himself. He was a great fan, although obviously disagreed on somethings.

Nola Byrum Boezeman said...

Thanks for linking “Nola’s Devotionals.” I am new to your blog and fairly new to Calvinism. I look forward to learning more from “The Contemporary Calvinist.” Grace and Peace, Nola

Stephen Cochrane said...

Almost forgot to thank you and those like you - who stayed home on election day - for doing your part in giving us Obamacare!

Thanks buddy!

The Pilgrim said...

If Al Mohler is looking for apostate pastors, then he should look in the mirror.

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