musicman707 writes, I was raised in the Presbyterian Church (USA) (that is, liberal Presbyterianism). The version of Reformed theology I encountered there is probably best described as “Calvinism Lite.” I was trained at Princeton Seminary. “TULIP” or the five points of Calvinism was not taught there except as a historical artifact. Nevertheless, we were schooled … Continue reading Two Recent Testimonies About Leaving Calvinism
Is God Like a Black Hole in Calvinism? Ex-Calvinist Austin Fischer Responds to John Piper
Austin Fischer Responds to John Piper About Leaving Calvinism I think Mr. Fischer makes a valid point about how Piper's claims do seem to plainly paint God in a way that seems at odds with Scripture and seems to threaten His aseity. Here are a few other posts that make similar observations: Dr. Thomas McCall … Continue reading Is God Like a Black Hole in Calvinism? Ex-Calvinist Austin Fischer Responds to John Piper
Why I Am Not A Calvinist (Tim Pierce)
Dr. Tim Pierce is doing a series on why he left Calvinism at his blog Inadequate in Myself. He seems to considers himself a non-Calvinist rather than an Arminian (the reasons for which have not yet been made clear in the series, though he has mentioned having problems with theological “systems” in general). His series … Continue reading Why I Am Not A Calvinist (Tim Pierce)
More on the Psychology of Calvinism
Billy Birch has written an excellent post on why certain Calvinists might tend to act the way that they do towards non-Calvinists. It is also a gentle and necessary reminder to us all to conduct ourselves with grace, compassion, and respect when discussing these controversial topics. Thanks Billy!
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