Tuesday, June 29, 2010

The "Dark Side" of Calvinism

My parents gave me George Bryson's book, The Dark Side of Calvinism, for Christmas last year. A couple of months ago, a friend of mine, who didn't know I had the book, asked me to review a portion of the Bryson's writing which he would then post on his blog. I discovered the portion was a selection from chapter 12 of TDSoC, so I decided to go ahead and cover the whole chapter. The full review was split into 3 parts, and as each of the parts are now up on his blog, here are the links:

Part 1: On Freedom

Part 2: Epistemology and Determinism

Part 3: Responsibility

Saturday, June 12, 2010

More on the NPP

A while ago, I posted a link to Daniel Wallace's excellent article on the New Perspective on Paul, a review of N. T. Wright's understanding of justification in the context of Paul's epistle to the Romans. Maybe I'm a little behind the curve on this next one, but I just stumbled across Ligonier Ministries' February 2010 Tabletalk, a collection of articles written by [who I consider to be] some of the the most respected Protestants against the NPP. Sproul, Piper, Fesko, Carson, Ferguson, Horton, Schreiner, and more on justification and in one location? Yes, please. You can read the articles here.