Friday, April 03, 2015

This Week in Calvinism - April 3, 2015

  • When you wish to hold God to the same moral standards as fallen human beings, you may reach the same conclusions as Roger Olson.

  • John Piper on Christ's weeping over Jerusalem upon his triumphal entry:
    This sovereign Christ weeps over the hard-hearted, perishing people of Jerusalem as they fulfilled his plan. It is unbiblical and wrong to make the tears of mercy a contradiction to the serenity of sovereignty. Jesus was serene in sorrow, and sorrowful in sovereignty. Jesus’s tears are the tears of sovereign mercy.

  • James White responds to the charge that he is a hyper-Calvinist.

  • Regarging the latest book from Jerry Walls, Heaven, Hell, and Purgatory, John Mark N. Reynolds cautions, "If you are a Calvinist, you will find Walls' book rough going." You think?

  • The Contemporary Calvinist now has his own Twitter account, @ContempoCalvin. I would ask you to choose to follow, but...well, you know.

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