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"The Contemporary Calvinist" - 5 new articles

  1. This Week in Calvinism - July 22, 2016
  2. This Week in Calvinism - July 8, 2016
  3. This Week in Calvinism - July 1, 2016
  4. This Week in Calvinism - June 24, 2016
  5. This Week in Calvinism - June 10, 2016
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This Week in Calvinism - July 22, 2016

    

This Week in Calvinism - July 8, 2016

  • Dr. Tim White isn't looking forward to the Les Lanphere's documentary Calvinist.

  • Neither is Jeff Amsbaugh. He criticizes Les for asking for people to contribute financially to the production of the film: "There is no appeal for us to appeal to God. There only is an appeal for us to give of our human resources to advance a documentary that emphasizes how God works independently of human resources." Seriously?

  • "Calvin was much more than a proponent of salvific particularism," writes Rev. Roger Salter. "His theological efforts are vast and beneficial and his views on sin and grace are disciplined within the context of the saving work of Christ which he describes with expertise and attractiveness."

  • Chris Cole tries to make the Presbyterian case for infant baptism, beginning with I Corinthians 7:14.

  • In response, Andrew Taylor tries to make the Lutheran case for infant baptism.

  • Apparently, "Pagan Calvinism" is a thing.

  • Dr. Michael A. Cox finds evidence against Calvinism in the book of Colossians.

  • Carrie Dedrick wants to see Calvinists and Charismatics get along.
    

This Week in Calvinism - July 1, 2016

    

This Week in Calvinism - June 24, 2016

  • Even many professing Christians shy away from the doctrine of total depravity, "Which is a shame," writes Tony Petersen, "because, if anything, the Bible is harsher on the question than TULIP."

  • Calvinism found in John 3.

  • Ennis Pepper gives nine reasons why Calvinism is illogical (and cruel, and abusive, and responsible for the Holocaust, etc.). Each point has been refuted countless times over the years, but for some reason they still persist.

  • Benjamin Corey may be on his way to becoming a Calvinist. Three points down (UIP), only two to go!

  • More pleas for Calvinist and non-Calvinist Southern Baptists to get along.

  • Tim Challies explains why he is not dispensational.

  • Whatever happened to beauty in worship? "Modern churches tend to look like prefabricated warehouses," writes R. C. Sproul, "or they're designed to be functional music halls so that the production of music may have center stage."
    

This Week in Calvinism - June 10, 2016

    

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