Friday, March 23, 2012

This Week in Calvinism - March 23, 2012

  • Credo Magazine interviews David VanDrunen on the historic Reformed doctrine of the two kingdoms.

  • "What's the point of Calvinism? The very nature of Calvinism makes it unnecessary as a theology or doctrine. If every thing Calvin claims is true, what need is there to teach it or even argue over it? It matters not, one way or another, it is nullified." So...having a God-centered theology is pointless?

  • Roger Olson begins a series of posts critiquing the book The Gospel as Center: Renewing Our Faith and Reforming Our Ministry Practices. His main complaint (as usual) seems to be that it's too Calvinistic.

  • Terry Tiessen has completed a 12-part series reviewing Roger Olson's book Against Calvinism.

  • Calvinism's "dangerous ideas" aren't unique to Calvinism.

  • Like it or not, total depravity is a biblical doctrine.

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