Why another book debating Calvinism? Calvinism and Arminianism are like two ships passing each other in the night. Neither side can understand the other's deeply felt conviction regarding what they believe is the most pivotal issue in the debate. How...
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Why another book debating Calvinism? Calvinism and Arminianism are like two ships passing each other in the night. Neither side can understand the other's deeply felt conviction regarding what they believe is the most pivotal issue in the debate. How many times have both camps felt as though the other was speaking a foreign language as they hotly departed from one another? The debate has essentially always been about how a sinner can or cannot believe in Jesus. Calvinists assert that men are totally incapable of responding in faith and must first be the recipients of a superintending grace of God that effectually saves them before they exercise that faith that results in Justification. Arminians assert that men do possess an ability within themselves to believe in Jesus and that men do have freewill. The solution to this age-old debate is neither Calvinism nor Arminianism - the solution is Dynamism. Let there be no mistake, Recanting Calvinism is no defense of Arminianism. Man does not have freewill Man is totally depraved Man is completely dependant upon God Once saved, always saved God wants everyone to be saved Jesus died for everyone Man can believe without first being regenerated Faith determines salvation Steven and his wife Alison live in Perth, Western Australia, with their five children. For almost twenty years Steven was a Calvinist and has been a member of three Reformed Baptist Churches in the States and Australia. Steven has recanted Calvinism and is passionate that Evangelical Calvinists might do the same for a Dynamic Gospel. Steven is a dual citizen of the U.S.A. and Australia and has a B.A. in Speech Communications (U.S.A.) and a Bachelor of Theology from the Australian College of Theology (An Australian BTh is equivalent to a MDiv in the U.S.A.).