Friday, May 01, 2015

This Week in Calvinism - May 1, 2015

  • Peter Lumpkins asks, "[I]s there any great wonder there arose the continued objection that strict Calvinism appears to project some sort of theistic fatalism?"

  • I wish Roger Olson would just come out and admit that he thinks most (if not all) Calvinists are "irrational, unteachable Christians."

  • James White finishes up his review of David Gushee's "Reformation Project" presentation on (and endorsement of) homosexuality.

  • God's will isn't always clear. Jon Bloom explains why.

  • A very short prayer for your dullest days.

  • As always on Friday, more free stuff from Tim Challies.

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