Young, Restless, No Longer Reformed a Year Later: Calvinism Still Isn't Beautiful Excerpt: My exodus from Calvinism was set in motion when I came to believe Calvinism was not beautiful—indeed, when I realized that Calvinism (consistent Calvinism at least) was, at best, cold and brutally enigmatic (which is, perhaps, why many cannot be consistent Calvinists). … Continue reading Calvinism Still Ugly
The troubling trend in America's "Calvinist Revival" HT: Dale V. Wayman
My Review of Kevin's Review
Check out this reflective and insightful review of Austin Fischer's book, Young, Restless And No Longer Reformed. John Frye (also a former Calvinist) presents a short and thought provoking summary of the problems inherent in Calvinism that Austin highlights in his book. John Frye, Review of *Young Restless and No Longer Reformed* Related Posts: Glen Shellrude, … Continue reading An Insightful Review of Austin Fischer’s New Book on Leaving Calvinism
You can read the post at SEA here. David does a fine job exposing White's spurious debate tactics. James White has truly made an art out of poisoning the well as Martinez well points out (See post below for more evidence). And again, we see the tired old assumption that one cannot possibly disagree with … Continue reading Great Follow-up Comments by David Martinez on the Recent Conversation Between James White and Austin Fischer
I found this comment after a post by a Calvinist at this blog: There are three books every born again child of God should read (1) the Bible (2) The Reign of Grace by Abraham Boothe (3) An Antidote to Armianism by Christopher Ness. There is no such thing as a “Reformed Christian” because you … Continue reading Where the New Calvinist Movement is Heading- Hyper Calvinism?
You can read the excerpt here Here are a few interesting comments left in response to the new book, Beakerj wrote: Austin, as one out of church for the last 2 years due to not being able to deal with, nor yet truly dismiss ,the calvinist god, I am reading your book with bated breath. … Continue reading Excerpt From Austin Fischer’s New Book About Why He Left The New Calvinist “Young, Restless and Reformed” Movement
The writer is not against Calvinism, but has a major problem with some of the attitudes, themes, behaviors and side effects of what has been termed the "Young, Restless and Reformed" movement. It is certainly worth reading and considering, whether you are a Calvinist or not. Excerpt: People are sometimes surprised to hear me speak … Continue reading Thought Provoking Article on the “Young, Restless and Reformed”