As I mentioned last week, I have been reading through John Piper’s Five Points in which he gives a Biblical defense of the T.U.L.I.P. of Calvinism. Last week, we looked at his view of total depravity and pretty much agreed with everything he stated in that chapter. I pointed out a few points where he wasContinue reading “Why Did You Believe? A Review of John Piper’s Irresistible Grace (Part 1)”
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John Piper on Total Depravity: A Review
The follower of this blog and podcast will know already that I have an infatuation with soteriology: the study of the nature of salvation. I’d say, apart from apologetics, it is the subject that interests me more than anything. Obviously, I care about a great deal of things, but a person finds themselves naturally tendingContinue reading “John Piper on Total Depravity: A Review”
Does Divine Foreknowledge Preclude Human Freedom?
Everybody’s favorite subject: God’s sovereignty and man’s freewill! Cameron Bertuzzi makes a good case that God’s foreknowledge does not preclude man’s freewill. Does Divine Foreknowledge Preclude Human Freedom?
Martin Luther’s Appeal to ‘Scripture and Plain Reason’
Dr. Travis Dickinson, professor of apologetics and philosophy at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, explores Martin Luther’s famous statement on “scripture and plain reason”