I’m currently browsing my way through a review copy of Michael Bird’s recently released Evangelical Theology. At over 850 pages I’ll strive to provide my impressions next week. It contains characteristic expressions of humour, some of them in special boxes marked ‘comic belief’. Here’s an example: A Calvinist arrives at St. Peter’s gates and sees …

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Reformation Trust Publishing and Ligonier Ministries are making the electronic editions of John Calvin: A Heart for Devotion, Doctrine, Doxology available for free during October. You can get the Kindle edition free at Amazon. Other electronic publication types can be accessed at this page. This is a no-brainer. Go and get it. Ligonier describe the …

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The ebook editions of What’s So Great About The Doctrines Of Grace by Richard Phillips is being made available for free during July. The book is an introduction to the doctrines known as the Five Points Of Calvinism. Amazon have the Kindle edition here. Ligonier have more details at their blog, and offer these links: …

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We were having exactly this conversation last night, so I’m posting this here so Roger (and all of you) can read it. The post is from Crossway Publishing blog and is based on themes explored in a new book The Joy Of Calvinism. (No, you shouldn’t wait for the movie) 1. Calvinism Does Not Deny …

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What does a Calvinist altar call look like? Eric McKiddie takes a stab in this post from the Gospel Coalition. How to Call for a Gospel Response Like a Calvinist “Think like a Calvinist. Preach like an Arminian.” That is how one preaching professor taught his students to call people to faith in a sermon. …

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