Does God Love Everyone? Review of New Book about Calvinism and Arminianism

Review of New Book about Calvinism and Arminianism: Jerry Walls’s Does God Love Everyone: The Heart of What Is Wrong with CalvinismYesterday I was asked by bright, eager, young Christian student of theology to identify “the one major difference between Calvinism and Arminianism.” Without hesitation I identified it the way evangelical Arminian philosopher Jerry Walls does in this book (published this year by Cascade Books, in imprint of Wipf and Stock): the character of God. On page 80 Walls w … [Read more...]

Wrapping Up “Why I Am an Evangelical, Arminian Christian” (Final: Part 10)

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My Third Reason for Embracing “Evangelical, Arminian Christianity”: Arminian

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My Second Reason for Embracing “Evangelical, Arminian Christianity”: “Evangelical”

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My First Reason for Embracing “Evangelical, Arminian Christianity”: Christianity

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My Sixth Principle: Receiving Answers to Life’s Ultimate Questions Involves Faith …

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My Fifth Principle: Answers to Life’s Ultimate Questions Must Be Revealed…

*The opinions expressed here are my own (or those of the guest writer); I do not speak for any other person, group or organization; nor do I imply that the opinions expressed here reflect those of any other person, group or organization unless I say so specifically. Before commenting read the entire post and the “Note to commenters” at its end. If your comment violates any of the rules stated there it will probably not be posted to this blog.**First read my first four posts in this series; th … [Read more...]


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