Friday, August 10, 2012

This Week in Calvinism - August 10, 2012

  • Couldn't attend the Kentucky Baptist Convention's conference "Calvinism: Concerned, Curious, Confused?" Jared Moore has posted all the videos.

  • Denny Burk has the audio.

  • Joe Heschmeyer thinks the Calvinist doctrine of perseverance of the saints conflicts with the view that the Roman Catholic Church is apostate. After all, how can Calvinists believe that none will fall away but at the same time believe that "the visible Church that Jesus Christ founded" has slipped into idolatry? Isn't Mr. Heschmeyer aware that the church is comprised of both the visible and invisible?

  • Mark A. Rathel presents the seventh in a series of 12 articles on how Southern Baptists understand the doctrine of salvation. This one is on the Calvinist view on total depravity. Turns out some professing Calvinists believe "that humans receive a potential imputation of Adamic guilt" (emphasis mine). Is that really an accepted view in Calvinism?

  • Austin DeArmond is writing a series of posts on the myths and caricatures of Calvinism.

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