Friday, April 25, 2014

This Week in Calvinism - April 25, 2014

  • Regarding anti-two kingdom theology, D. G. Hart suggests, "In addition to New Calvinism, Neo-Calvinism, Old Calvinism, and Paleo-Calvinism, we need Neo-Paleo-Calvinism."

  • The Blogging Bald Guy has "serious concerns with the analogical and paradoxical implications of common grace, the 'sincere offer' of the gospel to the reprobate, and the notion that God wills [or wishes] for something that he has not decreed."

  • Carol Howard Merritt presents a more "tolerant" TULIP: "Jesus died for the elect. We could have a long theological discussion about all five of those words, but let's just say that there are many Calvinists who believe that all are elect."

  • CalvinistProbs tweets, "Well, time to burn all my Jars of Clay CDs...oh wait, I don't listen to them."

  • Tim Challies reviews John Hagee's book Four Blood Moons.

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