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Greg Dutcher: Killing the Revival of Calvinism

Killing CalvinismGreg Dutcher:

I sometimes fear that if we all just stay holed up in our bunkers, we will end up killing the revival of Calvinism in our midst. I dread the thought of my kids and grand kids looking back decades from now at this time and concluding that Calvinism was merely the flavor of the month. If the theology of Augustine, Calvin, Knox, Edwards, Spurgeon, and Piper has been able to strengthen the church, advance the gospel, and protect Christians from the damnable influences of false gospels, then you and I must do all we can to make sure that what’s going on right now is more than just a fad. We must not give current and future generations plausible reasons to reject the very essence of Christianity that we believe Calvinism represents.

That is, if we don’t live our Calvinism, we might just kill it. (Killing Calvinism)

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  1. … or to put it positively – we must keep the vision of the Kingdom of God, and our role in it, alive.


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