Early Warning Signs Of Adult Onset Calvinism | The Blazing Center

Source: Early Warning Signs Of Adult Onset Calvinism | The Blazing Center

This is mostly about the neo-reformed fundamentalist.

My son is a Scottish Presbyterian pastor, so, reformed, in the broad sense of the word, but definitely not Calvinistic, thank goodness. After all, Calvin himzelf, with all his good and bad, was not a Calvinist either, thanks be to God.

Similarly, I have dear Reformed friends in Romania and Hungary, and they are clearly decent normal people, much more normal and decent than I am.

RomGabe – “Why we don’t have Lutheran Baptists” – thoughts and reflections

Recently I have linked on my Facebook wall a First Things article of Collin Garbarino, titled “Why we don’t have Lutheran Baptists“, which in turn comments on another article of David Koyzis, in the same publication, titled ‘Calvinist Baptists, But No ‘Lutheran’ Baptists?’ Quite interesting reading, to be fair.

Having done that, I have also sent the link to my friend Gabriel Borlean, who is one of the few Romanian Lutherans that I know. Here is his response: Continue reading “RomGabe – “Why we don’t have Lutheran Baptists” – thoughts and reflections”

On the Absurdity of “Reformed Theology” and “Calvinism” (Please note the quotation marks) | Musings of a Hardlining Moderate

On the Absurdity of “Reformed Theology” and “Calvinism” (Please note the quotation marks) | Musings of a Hardlining Moderate.

This is a short text that, I think, those Calvinistically inclined should read.

What I mean when I say I am “Against Calvinism” | Roger E. Olson

What I mean when I say I am “Against Calvinism” | Roger E. Olson.

This may upset some hard-line Calvinists, but hurt is good sometimes for the soul.