In his new book Reading Barth With Charity, George Hunsinger gives us a rather succinct summary of the Trinity-Election debate … Continue reading Trinity/Election and the Doctrine of Antecedence
Several years ago Paul Molnar wrote a book on Divine Freedom and the doctrine of the Immanent Trinity – now … Continue reading Faith, Freedom, and The Spirit
Redemption is a comprehensive term regarding our salvation through justification, expatiation, and reconciliation in Christ. It is eschatological and teleological. … Continue reading Redemption & Limited Atonement
Tonight on Christmas Eve we celebrate the fact that to us a Savior was born. He was born in the … Continue reading Hail Mary, Given Grace [T.F. Torrance and Grace in the Annunciation]
Yesterday in our mini-series on the Calvinist version of predestination we took a look at how Calvin responded to some … Continue reading The Benefits of Believing in Predestination
Yesterday in our mini-series on the Calvinist version of predestination we tackled the question – “According to John Calvin what … Continue reading Four Reasons Why Calvinism is Just Plain Wrong
Yesterday I started a several day long mini-series on the Calvinist version of predestination. Today I want to tackle the … Continue reading What is Predestination?
Most people tend to think that if one is reformed one is required to hold to the doctrine of limited … Continue reading Limited Atonement vs. “Unlimited” Atonement
The following is a part of an email exchange with a real student. He asks the question everybody is thinking … Continue reading Doesn’t Predestination Make God Unloving?
Welcome to Shelbyville is a documentary recounting the story of the town of Shelbyville, Tennessee during the 2008 presidential election; … Continue reading Welcome To Shelbyville – A “Political” Review