Friday, March 09, 2018

This Week in Calvinism - March 9, 2018

  • Some warnings regarding the "Young, Restless, and Reformed" movement. I hope the folks at Pulpit and Pen take this to heart as well.

  • Organizers of the fifth European Conference on Neo-Calvinism are looking for proposals for short papers that address issues related to Neo-Calvinism and Europe: Religion, Nation, Culture.

  • How to we avoid over-thinking (or under-thinking) the Christian life? John Piper answers.

  • Three types of Calvinist.

  • James White discusses the new "Assault Bible" from Grace to You.

  • It's another $5 Friday at Ligonier!

Friday, February 16, 2018

This Week in Calvinism - February 16, 2018

  • As Roger Olson suspects, "Many Young, Restless, Reformed Christians simply have not thought about Calvinism deeply enough to discover and have to wrestle with its problems. They are taught to focus solely on God's grace and mercy toward the elect and ignore the issue of God's role in sin and evil."

  • The doctrine of total depravity "is classic fallacious Calvinist doctrine," writes Dave Armstrong. "The reasoning is that 'only God is good; therefore nothing [unregenerate] man does is good.' It's the old, tiresome 'either/or' mentality again."

  • Alpha and Omega Ministries has launched its e-newsletter. Sign up today.

  • John Piper answers the question: In what sense did Christ die for the non-elect?

  • $5 Friday at Ligonier brings you resources dealing with justification, atonement, redemption, art, suffering, and more.

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Friday, January 26, 2018

This Week in Calvinism - January 26, 2018

Friday, January 12, 2018

This Week in Calvinism - January 12, 2018

  • What is it like to enjoy God?

  • Gossip blogs like to wonder if Calvinism is the cause of division in the Duggar family.

  • Abraham Kuyper on Calvinism and the necessity of interracial societies.

  • J. D. Hall wants you to know that he isn't a hyper-Calvinist and Arminianism isn't (but sort of is) heresy. Glad he cleared that up.

  • James White spent the latter part of the most recent episode of The Dividing Line addressing the brouhaha surrounding his show with Arminian Michael Brown.

  • Is it possible for non-Christians to please God? John Piper discusses.

Friday, January 05, 2018

This Week in Calvinism - January 5, 2018

  • Pastor Ron Craig believes "that Calvinism, and other isms, have reduced the Gospel message to a set of moral rules and regulations, thereby stripping the Gospel of its miraculous power to deliver people from those evils running rampant in this fallen world system."

  • John Piper stresses the importance of developing strategies for digging deep into God's Word.

  • He explains more here.

  • Joe Aguillard, former president of Louisiana College, is once again suing the school, this time for "discrimination based on his religious beliefs, claiming the current college president, Rick Brewer, is a Calvinist."

  • Did you know that picture books were once considered dangerous for children? Apparently, we can blame John Calvin for that.

  • Sinclair Ferguson on faith and repentance.

  • James White and Michael Brown set the record straight.
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