- Roger Olson claims to have been fair in his new book, Against Calvinism. Yet consider his response to the first comment on his blog post:
Patrick says:So, does that mean he agrees with Patrick's conclusion that Calvinism is pagan?
I honestly think the "Calvinist view" is a pagan view of Yahweh. Their understanding is how Ba'al would have acted, not Yahweh.
BTW, I read once where Calvin himself did not teach the "over riding sovereignty" view, his successor did that.
I disagree–about Calvin. He most definitely did teach divine determinism. Read my book.
- Calvin was committed to the doctrine of definite atonement without actually committing himself to the doctrine of definite atonement. Paul Helm explains.
- While the application of it may change, God's law does not.
- Puritan advice on discovering God's will.
- Phil Johnson on playing nice with heretics.