Neil Phelan Jr. discusses why Primitive Baptists are not Calvinists, calling Calvinism a "Pharisaical doctrine." Oh, and he also brings up the "God is the author of sin" argument. - One thing Roger Olson likes about the new Eerdmans publication, ...

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"The Contemporary Calvinist" - 5 new articles

  1. This Week in Calvinism - July 21, 2017
  2. This Week in Calvinism - July 14, 2017
  3. This Week in Calvinism - July 7, 2017
  4. This Week in Calvinism - June 30, 2017
  5. James White exposes and refutes Brannon Howse's falsehoods
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This Week in Calvinism - July 21, 2017

  • Neil Phelan Jr. discusses why Primitive Baptists are not Calvinists, calling Calvinism a "Pharisaical doctrine." Oh, and he also brings up the "God is the author of sin" argument.

  • One thing Roger Olson likes about the new Eerdmans publication, Christian Dogmatics: An Introduction, is that "[t]here is no hint here of the aggressive 'five point Calvinism' of many American Calvinists."

  • National Review's David French describes HBO's Game of Thrones as "Calvinism without Christ--natural human depravity unleashed." My advice: don't waste your time watching it.

  • Take the "No-Straw-Man Calvinism Challenge."

  • "[O]ne of the concepts I have the most venom for," writes atheist Daniel Fincke, "is original sin as interpreted in the Calvinist way, as total depravity. This is a major crux of my moral hostility towards Christianity."

  • The prayers you need most are not your own.
    

This Week in Calvinism - July 14, 2017

  • Gene Veith discusses the World Communion of Reformed Churches signing on to the Joint Declaration on Justification, "an accord between the Roman Catholic Church and liberal Lutherans."

  • Tom Nettles tackles the issue of deceitful Calvinists and an evil God.

  • John Calvin was born this week (July 10) in 1509. Still makes waves five centuries later.

  • "The Southern Baptist Convention," writes Jeffrey Straub, "may be poised for a new round of conflict over the doctrine of Calvinism."

  • As an example of what Jordan Breeding calls "American Calvinism at its best," Democratic New York City Councilman Fernando Cabrera explains how it's harder to be rich than poor. Why does the issue of rich vs. poor always seem to be linked to Calvinism?

  • James White responds once again to the continuing lies being spread about him and his ministry.

  • Enter to win a 12-month subscription to Tabletalk magazine, including a copy of the special issue The Heart of the Gospel.
    

This Week in Calvinism - July 7, 2017

    

This Week in Calvinism - June 30, 2017

  • D. G. Hart writes:
    I for one don't have any idea how to extract [world view] from white Calvinist intellectuals without bringing along some inherent racial bias. Can human psychology possibly work that way? Or is it the case that when the Holy Spirit regenerates a person and gives a Christian [world view], racism goes away?

  • More calls for unity in the SBC regarding issues like Calvinism, politics, and race.

  • Apparently, Jim Bob Duggar is feuding with son-in-law Ben Seewald for the latter's decision to embrace Calvinism.

  • Couch-sitting Calvinism?

  • What if you had one week to live?

  • Tim Challies reviews How Does Sanctification Work?, by David Powlison.

  • Local mom claims vaccines caused her son's Calvinism.
    

James White exposes and refutes Brannon Howse's falsehoods


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