I decided to start posting interesting links, or things I've found to be edifying, in a sort of hodgepodge post. I hope to make this a weekly thing. It was inspired by some other people who I have seen done this. It was also inspired by the very real problem of finding nuggets on social... Continue Reading →
This post is going to be in response to a supposed critique of Calvinism, using Acts 13:48 and a popular Calvinist interpretation of it. The source came from Twitter, where I saw this image shared:The passage in question is this:When the Gentiles heard this, they began rejoicing and glorifying the word of the Lord; and... Continue Reading →
Here's is an oldie from back in the day: James White discussing Calvinism with the (now deceased) Dave Hunt. For those who listen to The Dividing Line, this is infamous for the "I'm very ignorant of the Reformers" line that Dave Hunt said (six months later, he claimed he knew more about Calvinism than most... Continue Reading →
Here is the latest podcast, continuing our examination of a review of Romans 9 by Matthew Gallatin, Eastern Orthodox author and podcaster.
Here's this week's podcast episode, where we continue our examination of Matthew Gallatin's series on Romans 9 and whether or not it teaches predestination and election.
Here is the latest podcast, where we begin an examination of Matthew Gallatin's well known series on Romans 9 and whether or not it teaches predestination.
Here is the latest podcast, and the last in the TULIP series I'll be doing. This one was for the "P" in TULIP, which stands for Perseverance of the Saints.
Here's the latest podcast, continuing our brief reviews of the teachings of TULIP. Enjoy!
Here's the latest podcast, where we continue to examine the five points of Calvinism (aka TULIP), this time dealing with Limited Atonement.
Below is the latest episode of the podcast, where we continue talking about the Five Points of Calvinism, also known by the acronym TULIP. Today, we discuss the "U," for Unconditional Election.