Friday, October 08, 2010

This Week in Calvinism - October 8, 2010

  • David L. Allen disagrees with the Calvinist understanding of limited atonement. In the end, don't we all have to conclude that the atonement is limited? The atonement, while sufficient for all, does not end up saving all. The debate, then, is over how it is limited.

  • FYI, the rest of the "Whosoever Will" articles critiquing Calvinism can be found here.

  • Free audio book: J. Gresham Machen's Christianity and Liberalism.

  • Roger Olson revisits what he sees as a fatal flaw in Calvinism. Olson, however, doesn't think through his analogy very well, and the replies in the comments section do a pretty good job of pointing out the fatal flaws in his argument.

  • Tony "The Lawman" Miano is still Reformed in his doctrine, but he's dropping the label of Calvinist.

  • Why an Arminian should never argue theology with a Calvinist barber.

  • 12 reasons why Romans 9 is about individual election, not corporate election.

  • You can now download the audio and video from the 2010 Desiring God Conference.

1 comment:

Phil said...

The debate IS over how it is limited. Whether as the unlimited ones claim man is the one who limits it, or as the 'calvinists' claim God is the one who limits it.

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