“Confronting Five-Point Calvinism”


John Calvin:
A very great mind, but, from the Latter-day Saint perspective, grievously wrong on some very fundamental matters


I was so far out in the woods of northern Idaho between Friday and late Monday evening, and my internet connection was so problematic (at best), that I fell behind on announcements from The Interpreter Foundation.


On Friday — the productivity continues like regular clockwork — Interpreter published a book review by Professor Louis C. Midgley of a critique of Calvinism written by a well-known evangelical historian of theology.  Interesting material.  Latter-day Saints will, of course, tend to be partial to the position argued in the book.



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