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"The Contemporary Calvinist" - 5 new articles

  1. This Week in Calvinism - August 19, 2016
  2. This Week in Calvinism - August 12, 2016
  3. This Week in Calvinism - July 29, 2016
  4. This Week in Calvinism - July 22, 2016
  5. This Week in Calvinism - July 8, 2016
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This Week in Calvinism - August 19, 2016

  • Which joy rules your heart?

  • The city of Steinbach in Manitoba gets its first Reformed church.

  • Jesse Morrell doesn't like Calvinism because "any theology which is inconsistent with evangelism, or hinders the zeal thereof, cannot be a biblical God-glorifying Christ-centered theology." Come on, anti-Calvinists. You're still sticking with that tired argument?

  • We can take comfort in knowing that Roger Olson considers "most Reformed-Calvinist Christians as evangelical."

  • Dr. James White deals with anti-Reformed rhetoric on The Dividing Line.

  • It's a G3 Conference giveaway, courtesy of Tim Challies.
    

This Week in Calvinism - August 12, 2016

  • Ever wonder how to argue against the wicked heresy of Calvinism? Here are seven tips.

  • Chris Dunn doesn't wear Calvinism on his sleeve.

  • The Rio Olympics and Calvin's mission.

  • Frank Morgan takes issue with the notion that man cannot choose good:
    According to Calvinism, man does not have free will; he cannot choose good over evil under any circumstances. The Bible does contain verses such as Isaiah 64:6, Jeremiah 13:23, Jeremiah 17:9, etc., but these are referring to man in his unregenerate state.
    Well, exactly. Unregenerated man cannot choose good. It would appear you have accepted the first point of Calvinism. Only four more to go!

  • Plan now to die well.

  • Ladies, are you looking for the perfect gift for that special Calvinist man in your life? Check out the latest products from Bath, Body, and Soul.
    

This Week in Calvinism - July 29, 2016

    

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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.
    

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