Jan 092017

Phil and I talk about “hyper Calvinism” and outsourcing ministry…

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  11 Responses to “Calvin’s Corner”

  1. This is soooo good!!! I want to get my hands dirty again.

    my one thing is I believe that Michael is humble. despite what was talked about.

  2. love the story of the pastor and church where Michael got saved….too bad man had to come in and wreak it and now it is a parking lot.

    Thank you Michael for this message.

  3. love the story of the pastor and church where Michael got saved.

    Thank you Michael for this message.

  4. sorry for the dup post….some reason they are not showing up

  5. Thanks, Dusty. 🙂

    We’re having lots of issues on the backend that so far I can’t fix…

  6. I think you took a cheap shot at Geisler.

  7. I think I was gracious…he wrote a terrible, misleading book and has refused all correction from his peers.

  8. First this is not true – he did put out a 2nd edition – I have both editions.

  9. He may not have done what you wanted and left most of the book intact, but in the 2nd edition he did address the criticisms he received from James White – who seems to be the gate keeper that all bow to.

  10. It is true.

    Geisler tries to completely redefine Calvinism to fit the straw man presentation he makes against it.
    He denies the heart of Reformed doctrine…then calls himself a “moderate Calvinist”.

    That is preposterous…he is not Calvinistic in any way, shape, or form…which is fine unless you choose to distort what Calvinism is.

    I’m not going to spend a lot of time on this…far better qualified than myself have written much about the topic.

  11. I now remember, his 2nd edition was in response to Whites response – The Potter (something, I don’t remember the whole title.)

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