Reformed Theology [Worth a Read IMO] The Power of De-Conversion Stories: How Jen Hatmaker is Trying to Change Minds About the Bible  Calvinism

[Worth a Read IMO] The Power of De-Conversion Stories: How Jen Hatmaker is Trying to Change Minds About the Bible

Reformed Theology [Worth a Read IMO] The Power of De-Conversion Stories: How Jen Hatmaker is Trying to Change Minds About the Bible  Calvinism
[Worth a Read IMO] The Power of De-Conversion Stories: How Jen Hatmaker is Trying to Change Minds About the Bible
https://www.michaeljkruger.com/the-power-of-de-conversion-stories-how-jen-hatmaker-is-trying-to-change-minds-about-the-bible/
https://www.michaeljkruger.com/the-power-of-de-conversion-stories-how-jen-hatmaker-is-trying-to-change-minds-about-the-bible/
Link: [Worth a Read IMO] The Power of De-Conversion Stories: How Jen Hatmaker is Trying to Change Minds About the Bible
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Reformed Theology Young Baptist Catechism  Calvinism

Young Baptist Catechism

Reformed Theology Young Baptist Catechism  Calvinism
Young Baptist Catechism

Hello all. I’m new to reddit and r/ReformedBaptist.

Anyone here use the Young Baptist Catechism for your family devotional time? I have found it to be a great resource for families with young children.

As the subtitle suggests it is a great beginners guide to the 1689. I started using it as a resource when my two oldest were 4 and 5 and I still go back to it from time to time. I plan to go through it from start to finish again now that my youngest is old enough to sit through a few questions and answers.

God bless.

Hello all. I’m new to reddit and r/ReformedBaptist.Anyone here use the Young Baptist Catechism for your family devotional time? I have found it to be a great resource for families with young children.As the subtitle suggests it is a great beginners guide to the 1689. I started using it as a resource when my two oldest were 4 and 5 and I still go back to it from time to time. I plan to go through it from start to finish again now that my youngest is old enough to sit through a few questions and answers.God bless.
Link: Young Baptist Catechism
Submitted by jestunan

Reformed Theology Liberty University Convocation - Carl Lentz?!  Calvinism

Liberty University Convocation – Carl Lentz?!

Reformed Theology Liberty University Convocation - Carl Lentz?!  Calvinism
Liberty University Convocation – Carl Lentz?!

Dear All, I attend LU and have really enjoyed the coursework and the Christian education I have received today. I am so sad because Carl Lentz of Hillsong gave today's convocation. LU was founded on conservative and Baptist traditions. I am almost finished with my graduate degree with plans to go on for my doctorate. I feel this convocation was really "of the world" and not of God. He said your own testimony is more important than the teaching and preaching of the Gospel itself (what??) He also denied the supremacy and necessity of Christ for salvation in other interviews. Thank you for letting me vent. I guess I am looking for advice? reassurance? The school is bigger than just one convocation?

Dear All, I attend LU and have really enjoyed the coursework and the Christian education I have received today. I am so sad because Carl Lentz of Hillsong gave today’s convocation. LU was founded on conservative and Baptist traditions. I am almost finished with my graduate degree with plans to go on for my doctorate. I feel this convocation was really “of the world” and not of God. He said your own testimony is more important than the teaching and preaching of the Gospel itself (what??) He also denied the supremacy and necessity of Christ for salvation in other interviews. Thank you for letting me vent. I guess I am looking for advice? reassurance? The school is bigger than just one convocation?
Link: Liberty University Convocation – Carl Lentz?!
Submitted by thewritingjoy

Reformed Theology John Gill  Calvinism

John Gill

Reformed Theology John Gill  Calvinism
John Gill

Hello, for my 9th grade English class I had to do a research project of my choice. So I decided to research John Gill and what his effect on Christianity was. John Gill was a Calvinist theologian who was also a baptist pastor who was born the 23 of November 1697 in Kettering Northampton shire and attended Kettering grammar school. There he learned Greek and Latin at a young age. John Gill became an intern at age 21 and then started his profession as a pastor which lasted 51 years. In his time he was the first baptist theologian to write as much as he did and his texts are still relevant today. I think that John Gill was an important theologian because he influenced many people. As a pastor he had contact with people in preaching his Calvinistic views and in his excerpts from the bible he highlights that we are saved by god's grace alone which I think a lot of people agree with. So I was wondering what you guys thought about him being an influential theologian. And also do you think John Gill was a hyper-Calvinist?

Hello, for my 9th grade English class I had to do a research project of my choice. So I decided to research John Gill and what his effect on Christianity was. John Gill was a Calvinist theologian who was also a baptist pastor who was born the 23 of November 1697 in Kettering Northampton shire and attended Kettering grammar school. There he learned Greek and Latin at a young age. John Gill became an intern at age 21 and then started his profession as a pastor which lasted 51 years. In his time he was the first baptist theologian to write as much as he did and his texts are still relevant today. I think that John Gill was an important theologian because he influenced many people. As a pastor he had contact with people in preaching his Calvinistic views and in his excerpts from the bible he highlights that we are saved by god’s grace alone which I think a lot of people agree with. So I was wondering what you guys thought about him being an influential theologian. And also do you think John Gill was a hyper-Calvinist?
Link: John Gill
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Reformed Theology Would love to hear this sub's thoughts on this. // Tony Reinke and Brian Godowa discuss the merits (or lack there of) in watching horror movies for Christians on DesiringGod.com - Do You Get ‘It’?  Calvinism

Would love to hear this sub’s thoughts on this. // Tony Reinke and Brian Godowa discuss the merits (or lack there of) in watching horror movies for Christians on DesiringGod.com – Do You Get ‘It’?

Reformed Theology Would love to hear this sub's thoughts on this. // Tony Reinke and Brian Godowa discuss the merits (or lack there of) in watching horror movies for Christians on DesiringGod.com - Do You Get ‘It’?  Calvinism
Would love to hear this sub’s thoughts on this. // Tony Reinke and Brian Godowa discuss the merits (or lack there of) in watching horror movies for Christians on DesiringGod.com – Do You Get ‘It’?
https://www.desiringgod.org/articles/do-you-get-it
https://www.desiringgod.org/articles/do-you-get-it
Link: Would love to hear this sub’s thoughts on this. // Tony Reinke and Brian Godowa discuss the merits (or lack there of) in watching horror movies for Christians on DesiringGod.com – Do You Get ‘It’?
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