- Debating Calvinism.
- "I am a Calvinist": Benjamin responds to a fellow youth pastor.
- Does Calvinism hinder evangelism?
- Desiring God announces the premiere of it's latest film, Don't Waste Your Life Sentence.
- The offence (or offense) of Reformed preaching.
- Filthy Calvinists and the people who love to hate them.
Friday, July 23, 2010
Thursday, July 22, 2010
Friday, July 16, 2010
- Inerrancy and Calvinism.
- Spurgeon on why the unregenerate (no matter how smart or how benevolent) just don't get it.
- There are only two kinds of people in this world.
- Mike doesn't like Calvinists. He writes, "If someone follows a god that would cosign the majority of his own creation to hell, that person is not following God."
- Here's a tip: When claiming to be able to disarm Calvinism, use arguments that actually have some basis in scripture. Don't say things unbiblical things like "Christ paid for all of our sins and we have all been imputed grace," or that God "has predestined the whole world to be reconciled to Himself." It's hard to take you seriously.
- Pastor Tubbs asks, "Why are Calvinists so negative and, at times, unfriendly?" I don't know why we hate everyone. Could it be that we were just predestined to be that way?
Friday, July 09, 2010
- James White on Ergun Caner: What started as a scandal has become a cover-up.
- Caner's defenders, of course, respond with class.
- The Seeking Disciple (who claims not to be a Caner defender) made a rather interesting comparison: "The story of Michael Servetus and Ergun Caner seem to be drawing parallels as [James] White and some Calvinists are pressing for his destruction." Seriously?
- Carl Gobelman has begun a series of posts answering the question "Is Calvinism biblical?"
- Westminster Bookstore is having a moving sale, with staff picks available for 45% off.
Friday, July 02, 2010
- Infamous anti-Calvinist Ergun Caner has been dismissed as the dean at Liberty University's seminary.
- A primer on limited (or definite, or particular) atonement.
- Afraid of Calvinism?
- Michael Horton on why "substitutionary atonement" remains crucial.
- Meet the 12 men who have influenced Gregg's life.
- Are you a true Calvinist?
Thursday, July 01, 2010
The purpose of Christian apologetics isn't merely to "make a defense" of the hope that is within us (1 Peter 3:15). It is to knock down every intellectual barrier erected by the unbeliever until the only one that remains is the offense of the cross.