Friday, January 27, 2017

This Week in Calvinism - January 27, 2017

  • "While Calvin and Calvinists may have been an undeniable influence in the Christian Church beginning in the Reformation era," writes Peter Lumpkins, "it remains beyond difficult to imagine, in the face of so much evidence to the contrary, that Calvin and Calvinism positively contributed to establishing religious freedom in the fabric of American culture and embedding it into the law of the land."

  • Does Calvinism need saving? Sam Storms reviews Oliver Crisp's book Saving Calvinism: Expanding the Reformed Tradition.

  • Richard Mouw is Scot McKnight's favorite Kuyperian.

  • Jonathan Kleis explains why he thinks universal atonement doesn't mean universal salvation.

  • Catholic Dave Armstrong attempts to refute double predestination.

  • R. C. Sproul asks, "Is your conscience captive to God?"

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