from Founders Ministries In recent years, there has been a recovery of the five points of Calvinism among many evangelicals, but there has not been a concomitant revival of the covenant theology of seventeenth century Puritanism as the rich soil in which Calvinistic soteriology grows. This post will not attempt to thoroughly defend every doctrine […]
from Founders.org “Calvinism kills missions!” many say. After all, if God has already chosen some to save before the foundation of the world, while leaving others to be damned, then why should we bother preaching the gospel to the nations? The elect are going to be saved and none of the rest will be. But […]
This is an excerpt of a review by Terry Chrisope, Associate Professor of History and Bible at Missouri College, of the book Revival and Revivalism: The Making and Marring of American Evangelicalism, 1750-1858., by Iain H. Murray, available from Monergism Books The final third of the book describes the popularization of revivalism in American Christianity. […]
From the blog of Founders Ministries comes this post concerning memos circulating among Southern Baptist churches in Western Tennessee on how to expose a pastor who holds to Reformed theology. You have got to read the post and make copies of the memos. Read the entire article…..
Dr. Tom Ascol of Founders Ministries offer some perspective on the annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention, you can Read It Here…. Most notibly though is Dr. Ascol’s notes on comments made by one SBC leader as a jab at Calvinism…. It may be that the anti-Calvinist messenger was emboldened in his opposition by […]
from Dr. Tom Ascol, Founders Ministries The Resolution Committee brought before the convention a Resolution (No. 6) “On Regenerate Church Membership and Church Member Restoration.” While I appreciate the committee’s work on bringing something before the convention, I was disappointed that significant language was excluded from their report. Bart Barber and Malcolm Yarnell shared my […]
In this repeat broadcast, Mike shares an article by Dr. Thomas Ascol of Founder Ministries in which he writes,” I hope I live long enough to see the day when the common caricatures of the doctrines of sovereign grace have been so widely exposed that any self-respecting preacher will be ashamed to keep serving them up […]
from Founders Ministries Blog Diane Lytle alerted me in a comment that Dr. Steve Lemke has explained the purpose of the announced John 3:16 conference coming up this fall in Woodstock, Georgia. Dr. Lemke writes, “This conference is intended as a majoritarian Southern Baptist response to the “Building Bridges” and “Together for the Gospel” conferences. […]