Post tagged with predestination
June 12th, 201211:03 AM ETReading the comments on George Sarris’s article “No, John Piper…It’s NOT a Sin!” reminded me of a similar debate that was ongoing in the eighteenth century. George Whitefield, a famous preacher and evangelist in Britain and America, and John and Charles Wesley, founders of the Methodist movement, disagreed vigorously about election and ...
November 25th, 201105:23 PM ETFor decades scientists have been searching for a “unified field theory”—an explanation of all the fundamental forces in the universe within a single theoretical framework. Albert Einstein coined the term and spent much of his life trying to formulate such a theory, but neither he nor anyone else has been successful so far. With respect to spi...
September 26th, 201109:42 PM ETReading a post by George W. Sarris, "Predestination or Free Will? . . . The Debate Continues" (July 22, 2011), prompted me to post my thoughts on the subject. I agree with George that Calvinists and Arminians each got it right about a crucial component of God's character—that He is absolutely sovereign and that He is unfailingly loving. And as Ge...
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