There’s another fine critique of Calvinism, and especially the idea of double-predestination (God pre-ordains who will go to heaven and who will go to hell), over at Evangel blog. Read it here. This one’s by Adam Omelianchuk; a few months ago I linked to two similar posts on the same topic (here and here; my response here, and general thoughts on Calvinism here) by Anthony Sacramone. Again, it’s nice to be reminded that there are plenty of Christians who do not believe that God wants people to go to hell.
Another Critique of Calvinism
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Rev. Coleman Glenn is a minister in the General Church of the New Jerusalem, a Swedenborgian denomination. He lives in Bryn Athyn, PA, with his wife and two young kids. He blogs on various issues from a New Church (i.e. Swedenborgian) perspective.