Category: Calvinism

Reply to Jon Akin-Part 2

By Dr. Eric Hankins, pastor First Baptist Church, Oxford, Miss. As I said in my previous post, I appreciate greatly Jon’s desire to make a friendly reply to my blog post that also deals honestly with the places where we differ. In this post and the next, I will address the content of his critique. […]

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Response to Jon Akin

By Dr. Eric Hankins, pastor First Baptist Church, Oxford, Miss. Over the last few days, Jon Akin has offered a three-part response to a blog-post I wrote a couple of weeks ago. Jon’s series is called “A Defense of Christ-Centered Preaching: A Friendly Response to Eric Hankins,” and I thought I’d offer a three part […]

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Too often, God gets blamed for what He did not cause.

A Biblical Critique of Calvinism Part 9: The Theodical Aspect of the Gospel Invitation by Dr. Michael A. Cox, Pastor of First Baptist Church in Pryor, Oklahoma, and author of Not One Little Child: A Biblical Critique of Calvinism ————————————– This is the twelfth of a series of articles by Dr. Cox, with a Biblical critique of […]

Christ did not come to destroy lives but to save them.

A Biblical Critique of Calvinism Part 8: The Evangelistic Aspect of the Gospel Invitation   by Dr. Michael A. Cox, Pastor of First Baptist Church in Pryor, Oklahoma, and author of Not One Little Child: A Biblical Critique of Calvinism ————————————– This is the eleventh of a series of articles by Dr. Cox, with a Biblical […]

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“A Reply to Some Comments on My Eight Posts
on Dr. Ascol’s chapter in Whomever He Wills”

David L. Allen Dean, School of Theology and Professor of Preaching Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary Fort Worth, Texas Post 1 | Post 2 | Post 3 | Post 4| Post 5 | Post 6 | Post 7 | Post 8 As I have read the comments regarding my posts on Dr. Ascol’s chapter, I thought […]

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