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McKnight on "Against Calvinism"

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Against Calvinism Over at Jesus Creed Scot McKnight is working his was through Roger Olson's Against Calvinism.

Here is an excerpt from the first post of the series.

“I was speaking at a conference not long ago, was in an engaging conversation with a young pastor about theological topics when I mentioned “the Reformed theologian Karl Barth” when the young pastor said, “Barth wasn’t Reformed.”

So I asked him, “What was he?” His response was “Liberal.” “Perhaps more liberal than you, but Barth was in the Reformed Church.”

He was shocked so I asked him who he thinks represents Reformed theology today the best. His response: “Piper and Driscoll.”

As I read Olson, that is the problem he is addressing.

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