Review: The Story of Christian Theology

The Story of Christian Theology Roger E. Olson

If you’ve ever wondered how the major pieces of Christian theology –things like the Trinity, Predestination, and […]

It's Your Nature (Unconditional Election)

One of the prime accusations against Calvinism is that if man is predestined to salvation or damnation (unconditionally elected, saved by irresistible grace, against man’s […]

It’s Your Nature (Unconditional Election)

One of the prime accusations against Calvinism is that if man is predestined to salvation or damnation (unconditionally elected, saved by irresistible grace, against man’s […]

Fatalism and Religion

As Muslims we must believe in Al Qadr. Saying “What IF” causes one to have doubt in the decree of ALLAH and opens ones ears […]

Dr. Hesier, Predestination, and Chess

I recently ran across a video Dr. Heiser, a teacher I greatly respect in the Christian world, made to explain his view of predestination. What […]

Narrative 029: Jacob and Esau (1)

We continue working our way through Genesis (there’s a lot of material to cover in Genesis) with chapter 25, up to the birth of […]

The Library: A Paradigm

Talking to someone the other day, I ran into an illustration of the five point Calvinistic system of thought within Christianity. The illustration went […]

The Trouble with T and P

I noticed these two quotes in a book I read recently:

In John 3:24, the reference is to the attitude or disposition that a […]

People, Places, and Things (2)

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Now, as Christians, we can toss intelligence out as a definition of personhood.

Self awareness certainly qualifies as a dividing line, however. While […]

People, Places, and Things (1)

I was recently reading a theology blog (Parchment and Pen) when I stumbled across an entry about how Romans 9 proves humans are predestined. […]