Friday, October 31, 2014

This Week in Calvinism - October 31, 2014

  • James Ach accuses James White (and other Calvinists) of being "inconsistent."

  • Bob Wilkin will be leading a conference next weekend titled "Doubt and the New Calvinism: The Current Crisis in Assurance."

  • Calvinism on the ground in China.

  • Roger Olson reviews Prevenient Grace: God’s Provision for Fallen Humanity by Arminian scholar W. Brian Shelton (no relation).

  • Lots of free resources available from Ligonier through the end of Reformation Day Friday.

  • Jon Bloom of Desiring God tells the story of October 31.

Monday, October 27, 2014

Anti-family planning propaganda, courtesy of Disney

"All of us have a responsibility toward the family of man...including you."

Friday, October 24, 2014

This Week in Calvinism - October 24, 2014

Friday, October 17, 2014

This Week in Calvinism - October 17, 2014

  • Why do so many people resist Calvinism, even those who eventually become Calvinists? "Isn't the answer obvious? It is because Calvinism contradicts, and blatantly so, our most basic moral axioms or intuitions. It contradicts, for example, the self-evident truth that we are genuinely free."

  • Kent Brandenburg writes, "The five points of Calvinism do not present a different gospel per se, because those five points don't deal with the crux of the gospel, which is, one, whether you believe in a biblical Jesus, and, two, whether your faith is a biblical faith in Christ."

  • James J. Cassidy lists five reasons why he is not a New Calvinist.

  • Chris Woznicki writes, "To say that predestination, a doctrine clearly taught in scripture, is unjust is to say that there is a rule of righteousness above God."

  • Be prepared to answer your kids' questions about the Bible.

Friday, October 03, 2014

This Week in Calvinism - October 3, 2014

  • Roger Olson on where Calvinists and Arminians agree.

  • "In Romans," writes Jeremy Myers, "'Salvation' is about deliverance from the temporal consequences of sin now." It ain't about God's sovereign choice.

  • What is the highest good? Phillip Holmes explains.
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