Friday, October 01, 2010

This Week in Calvinism - October 1, 2010

  • Some things non-Calvinists should know about Calvinism.

  • Don Bryant sees the "New Calvinism" as a hiccup, and believes it will begin to fade away when "the natural moral repugnance at the doctrines of double predestination and limited atonement reassert themselves."

  • Why is it that those who leave Calvinism don't seem able to demonstrate that they ever understood it in the first place? William Price (without offering any scriptural support) now condemns Calvinism for portraying God as unfair and unjust, flippantly damning some to Hell while saving others. To show just how much he hates Calvinism, Price "will be disposing of all my Calvinist books to the glory of God." By the way, Price also denies the Trinity. I guess he figured that while he was at it, why not abandon biblical Christianity altogether?

  • If you need one more reason to check out Against Calvinism: Logical Arguments to Disprove the Doctrines of Grace, the new book from Jeff Peterson, Eddie Eddings, and Jon Cardwell, Arminian blogger William Birch calls it a "a waste of paper and money."

  • Should Calvinism be taught to unbelievers?

  • Tony "The Lawman" Miano makes a plea to his Calvinist and Arminian brothers and sisters for repentance, forgiveness, and reconciliation.

  • Roger Olson would be happy if we all just admitted that our theologies are flawed.

  • Did Adam and Eve have a libertarian free will?

3 comments:

TSHusker said...

btw - I commented on William Price's page that he can send me all his Calvinistic books. :)

Jeff Peterson said...

To Mr. Birch's credit, at least he did not refer our book as a waste of ink.....

William Watson Birch said...

Now I feel obligated to confess that it is also a waste of ink and imagination . . . lol. Are there any other qualifiers I am missing?

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