What's wrong with Calvinism? Since the Reformation, Calvinism has dominated much of evangelical thought. It has been so well established that many Christians simply assume it to be the truest expression of Christian doctrine. But Calvinism has some serious biblical...
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What's wrong with Calvinism? Since the Reformation, Calvinism has dominated much of evangelical thought. It has been so well established that many Christians simply assume it to be the truest expression of Christian doctrine. But Calvinism has some serious biblical and theological weaknesses that unsettle laypeople, pastors and scholars alike. God is sovereign. All evangelical Christians--whether Arminians or Calvinists--have no doubt about this fundamental truth. But how does God express his sovereignty? Is God a master puppeteer, pulling our strings? Or has he graciously given his children freedom to respond to his love? In this eminently readable book, Jerry L. Walls and Joseph R. Dongell explore the flaws of Calvinist theology. Why I Am Not a Calvinist is a must-read for all who struggle with the limitations of this dominant perspective within evangelical theology.
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Dr Jerry L. Walls (Ph.D., Department of Philosophy, University of Notre Dame) has taught at Asbury Seminary since 1987. His books include: The Problem of Pluralism: Recovering United Methodist Identity (Bristol Books); Hell: The Logic of Damnation (University of Notre Dame Press); C.S. Lewis and Francis Schaeffer: Lessons for a New Century from the Most Influential Apologists of Our Time (with Scott Burson, InterVarsity Press); Heaven: The Logic of Eternal Joy (Oxford); Why I Am not a Calvinist (with Asbury professor, Joe Dongell, Intervarsity Press); The Chronicles of Narnia and Philosophy (coedited with Gregory Bassham, Open Court Press). Forthcoming books include The Oxford Handbook of Eschatology (editor, Oxford University Press) and Basketball and Philosophy (co-edited with Gregory Bassham, The University of Kentucky Press). Dr. Walls is an elder in The United Methodist Church, West Ohio Conference, and is a member of the Society of Christian Philosophers.
- What's Wrong With Calvinism? Since The Reformation, Calvinism Has Dominated Much Of Evangelical Thought. It Has Been So Well Established That Many Christians Simply Assume It To Be The Truest Expression Of Christian Doctrine. But Calvinism Has Some Serious Biblical And Theological Weaknesses That Unsettle Laypeople, Pastors And Scholars Alike. God Is Sovereign. All Evangelical Christians--whether Arminians Or Calvinists--have No Doubt About This Fundamental Truth. But How Does God Express His Sovereignty? Is God A Master Puppeteer, Pulling Our Strings? Or Has He Graciously Given His Children Freedom To Respond To His Love? In This Eminently Readable Book, Jerry L. Walls And Joseph R. Dongell Explore The Flaws Of Calvinist Theology. <em>why I Am Not A Calvinist</em> Is A Must-read For All Who Struggle With The Limitations Of This Dominant Perspective Within Evangelical Theology.
- 1. Approaching The Bible
- 2. Engaging The Bible
- 3. Calvinism And The Nature Of Human Freedom
- 4. Calvinism And Divine Sovereignty
- 5. Calvinism And Consistency
- 6. Calvinism And The Christian Life
- Names Index
- Subject Index
- Scripture Index