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Category Archives: Reformed
From Sacred Romance (1997) to Journey of Desire (’01), Wild At Heart (’01), to Waking the Dead (’03), Epic (’04), to Walking with God (’08), to Beautiful Outlaw (’11) and now The Utter Relief of Holiness (’13)–I’ve read my share … Continue reading
In a post over at RNS (Religion, News, Service) Jonathan Merritt has compared the famed Calvinist pastor Mark Driscoll with religious media personnel Pat Robertson. Merritt has marshaled a number of quotes from here and there to sustain his comparison. … Continue reading
During the Q & A time, after his lecture, a student asked the famed Swiss Reformed theologian Karl Barth if he could summarize his whole life’s work in theology, in a sentence. The famed theologian said, “Yes, I can. In … Continue reading
Friendly exchange between myself and frequent commentator Simon has led me to this post: “From Geneva to Constantinople: Calvinist Converts to Orthodox Faith.” It’s not me that has made such a journey, nor is it my friend Simon. Rather, it’s … Continue reading
Paperback: 144 pages Publisher: Zondervan (October 5, 2004) Language: English ISBN-10: 0310231973 Amazon.com Calvinism in the Las Vegas Airport: Making Connections in Today’s World by Richard J. Mouw, president of Fuller Theological Seminary is one of the better books on … Continue reading
I thought I’d pause to offer something of a biographical sketch of myself as a blogger and so on. Perhaps this post will fill in a few blanks and answer a few questions. On Being Black. To be black is often to … Continue reading
Perseverance of the Saints “The doctrine, often associated with Calvinism and first articulated by Saint Augustine, which holds that those who are truly elect of God will persevere in belief until final redemption. This doctrine is sometimes used synonymously with … Continue reading
Dear Young Calvinists, I admire your zeal and passion for the supremacy of God in all things. But there are a few things I will love for you to consider along the way. First, I know that you are proud … Continue reading
Simply put, many of them are destroying the witness of Christ and his gospel, especially those in the Reformed camp. It’s my love for Christ and his people which has compelled me to say this.