The first fatal flaw in the Calvinist system revisited

Recently I wrote about flaws and fatal flaws in theological systems.  All have flaws.  Some also have fatal flaws.  One I mentioned that I see in the Calvinist system (as articulated by some leading Calvinists) is the dual claim that everything without exception is foreordained and rendered certain by God for his glory and that certain heresies (probably all heresies) detract from, diminish, demean God's glory and rob God of his glory. Some respondents here have attempted to defend these two cl … [Read more...]


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