Reformed Theology Critique of Arminianism Book Suggestions  Calvinism

Critique of Arminianism Book Suggestions

Reformed Theology Critique of Arminianism Book Suggestions  Calvinism
Critique of Arminianism Book Suggestions

At my final elder's meeting at my (former) church, the pastor handed out copies of Whosoever Will for we elders to read. A book critiquing Calvinism written by Arminians. That is the kindest description. The way that democrats would describe the views of republicans.
So I would like to recommend an alternative book, one written by Calvinists to critique Arminianism. (The Bible? lol.)

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Reformed Theology Kenosis  Calvinism

Kenosis

Reformed Theology Kenosis  Calvinism
Kenosis

Did Jesus "lay aside the independent use of His power?" Or did he lay aside the Godly form to take on the form of a man.
I know this is a little sticky, and my pastor said a few things that sort of contradicted each other, but I think at the heart of it he had it right.
I believe that Jesus was fully God and became also fully man, (hypostatic union,) but relied on the power of the Holy Spirit as fully man. I'm not sure that I am putting that as correctly as I mean, but Jesus could never be less than fully divine, and to teach otherwise is basically heresy. (I like that word. I could just say incorrect, but to deny the deity of Jesus is actual heresy.)

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