Friday, April 07, 2017

This Week in Calvinism - April 7, 2017

  • Roger Olson pleads, "Would someone please rein in some of the 'young Calvinists'?"

  • The Calvinist doctrine of limited atonement destroyed! Yes, this may be "the most distasteful doctrine" even for us, but since we "are forced to defend an arbitrary and unknowable god," it isn't surprising that we defend this, too.

  • Life is fragile, but God is faithful.

  • Sometimes, we Calvinists miss the key to happiness.

  • Fr. Dwight Longenecker thinks total depravity is heresy. "The truly Catholic view," he writes, "is that we are created in God's image and therefore we are good."

  • D. G. Hart responds.

  • "Cage stage"? "Concerned"? "Cool"? "Conceited"? Which kind of Calvinist are you?

  • "The Calvinist doesn't seem to be able to comprehend," writes Dave Armstrong, "that God and a person can do the same thing, and both take credit (God, of course, far more)."

  • Tim Keller failed Princeton Seminary's political litmus test for receiving the Kuyper Prize, but he was still allowed to give his lecture at the beginning of the Kuyper Center's annual conference.

  • John Samson tackles five big myths about Calvinism.

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