Sovereign Compassion

Friday, 28 Feb 2014

"God's glory is ultimately demonstrated by passing through tragedy to resur­rection, not by denying the reality of the tragic."
Hyper-Calvinism, like so many "ism" words, is hard to define. It is sometimes said that a fundamentalist is that person on the Christian spectrum who is slightly to the right of you. Thus "hyper-Calvinist" is often used as a pejorative by those who are just a tad more Calvinistic than the one using the epithet. At a more technical level, hyper-Calvinism typically refers to those who emphasize one aspect of the Calvinist system to the detriment of the others. This produces a theological imbalance. Perhaps most typically this has been manifested in an ...

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