Friday, May 21, 2010

This Week in Calvinism - May 21, 2010

  • Stephen Macasil on the dark side of Chuck Smith.

  • A.M. Mallett finds the Calvinist use of the phrase "doctrines of grace" offensive and eschews the "near blasphemous regard for God's character represented by elements of TULIP."

  • Arminian William Birch presents what he thinks might be a Calvinist interpretation of Genesis 4.

  • Colin Maxwell responds to Mr. Birch.

  • Calvin and Aimee asked, "Should we marry if we're theologically divided?" Russell Moore offers his response.

1 comment:

William Watson Birch said...

Just so we're clear:

My entry was a satire, not an exact Calvinistic interpretation. I just had to clear that up. Basically, it was a "if Calvinism is true, then let's interpret the Cain and Abel story accordingly" thing. I feel better now. Carry on : )

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