Calvinism raises serious concerns about the growth of a popularized Reformed theology.
Through a wide lens of denominational and theological perspectives, this volume carefully examines the theological tradition known today as "Calvinism," particularly its doctrine of salvation. Editors David L. Allen and Steve W. Lemke lead a team of top contributors offering theological, historical, biblical, and practical critiques.
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Table of ContentsSECTION ONE: A Biblical and Theological Critique of the Soteriology of Five-Point Calvinism 1. A Critique of Total Depravity by Adam Harwood 2. A Critique of Unconditional Election by Leighton Flowers 3. A Critique of Limited Atonement by David L. Allen 4. Is God’s Grace Irresistible? A Critique of Irresistible Grace by Steve Lemke 5. A Critique of Perseverance of the Saints by Ken Keathley SECTION TWO: Historical Issues with Calvinism 6. Calvinism Is Augustinianism by Kenneth Wilson
7. Dissent from Calvinism in the Baptist Tradition by J. Matthew Pinson
8. A Wesleyan Critique of Calvinism by Ben Witherington III SECTION THREE: Crucial Theological, Biblical, and Ecclesiological Issues with Calvinism 9. Romans 9 and Calvinism by Brian J. Abasciano 10. Corporate and Personal Election by William W. Klein
11. The Character of God in Calvinism by Roger E. Olson
12. Determinism and Human Freedom by John Laing 13. Evil and God’s Sovereignty by Bruce A. Little 14. The Public Invitation and Altar Call by Mark Tolbert Epilogue: Calvinists and Non-Calvinists Together for the Gospel by Trevin Wax Appendix: Semi-Pelagianism: The Theological Catchall
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