Friday, November 22, 2013

This Week in Calvinism - November 22, 2013

  • When it comes to discussing the issue of Calvinism, Albert Mohler thinks Southern Baptists need to "learn the table manners of denominational life."

  • William Birch writes, "Calvinists like Dr. Mohler seem to eat, sleep, and breathe Calvinism. They give the appearance that Calvinism is their very lifeline -- not Scripture, not even Jesus, but Calvinism."

  • Ben Simpson discusses three things on which Calvinists and non-Calvinists agree.

  • The difference between double and single predestination is negligible, especially when you use ridiculous analogies.

3 comments:

William Birch said...

Odd, Lee, that you didn't quote me in full: "Fine: Dr. Mohler eats, sleeps, and breathes Calvinism. I've been accused of the same with regard to Arminius and Arminianism." Is this an integrity issue with you? Why did your little snippet only include that comment?

Lee Shelton said...

It isn't odd at all. Your focus was on Dr. Mohler. Besides, I included a link to your full post.

William Birch said...

I see, so that particular quote was intended as representing the best of the piece, is that it?

You've inspired me. You've given me a great idea. I hope you appreciate it.

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