I recently came across a quote by Richard Muller (“Grace, Election and Contingent Choice” in The Grace of God, the … Continue reading Reformed Views on Predetermined Human Action
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?
Without a doubt, predestination is one of the most argued about doctrine. This is partially due to the fact that … Continue reading Predestination (Uh Oh!)
In a recent blog I posted I summarized Oliver Crisp’s recent argument that there is significant room within some key … Continue reading Universal Atonement & The Sin of Unbelief
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?
So there is this story of an early first century man, this man started to be known as being a … Continue reading Some Thoughts on Colossians: Are You Preaching the Full Gospel?
Edward’s Theology There are several key themes in the theology of Edwards, today I would like to take up two. … Continue reading Jonathan Edwards: A Brief Theological Biography (Pt. 2)