Results tagged “Calvinism” from Reformation21

An Interview with Oliver Crisp (Deviant Calvinism)

Article by   October 2014
This is Deviant Calvinism week. The author of this new book is Oliver Crisp and I'm delighted and incredibly grateful that he has taken the the time to be pestered with some questions about his new work. We have also provided a review of the book by Ref21 stalwart, Paul Helm. continue

Harriet Beecher Stowe's Theological Transition

Article by   September 2013
When one hears the name Harriet Beecher Stowe, the inevitable association is made with her most well-known novel, Uncle Tom's Cabin. But, in addition to Uncle Tom's Cabin, she published several novels, personal recollections, shorter works, specifically religious writings, and stories for children, which were compiled and published in sixteen volumes as The Writings of Harriet Beecher Stowe (1896). Mrs. Stowe published four books known collectively as her New England novels: The Minister's Wooing (1859), The Pearl of Orr's Island (1862), Oldtown Folks (1869), and Poganuc People (1878). The novels were published over a nineteen-year period and provide a perspective through Stowe's characters of her own change in thinking regarding theology. Some of the recurring topics in the series include: Calvinism in general, Arminianism, regeneration and salvation, the Puritan Sabbath, original sin, and the Episcopal Church. The page references used in the following citations to Oldtown Folks refer to volumes 10 and 11 of Stowe's Writings. But before entering Stowe's New England painted with the brush of her memories in Oldtown Folks, some biographical information will be helpful. continue

Results tagged “Calvinism” from Reformation21 Blog

Dueling for Christ at Dort?

Article by   January 2019
As everyone in the Reformed world surely knows by now, 2019 marks 400 years since the Synod of Dort wrapped up proceedings and bequeathed to the Protestant Reformed family of churches that glorious statement of Reformed doctrine known as... continue

A Response to Mark Jones and Gert van den Brink

Article by   May 2015
We're grateful Oliver Crisp has offered his response to the two reviews of Deviant Calvinism which were published this week. Oliver's contribution serves to extend an important conversation over the character and sources of Reformed theology ~ Editor I wish to... continue

Personal Reflections on "Deviant Calvinism"

Article by   May 2015
How wide or narrow is the Reformed faith? In his recent book, Deviant Calvinism: Broadening Reformed Theology, Fuller Seminary Professor, Oliver Crisp, uses the tools of historical theology and analytic theology to address various questions, such as the broadness of... continue

An Analysis of "Deviant Calvinism" (Part 1)

Article by   May 2015
The question of how diverse the Reformed tradition is is an important topic of consideration. I have co-edited a volume on Reformed diversity in the seventeenth century, and later this year I have another co-edited volume coming out on Reformed... continue

Westminster Conference 2014: "Authentic Calvinism?"

Article by   October 2014
This year's Westminster Conference is within hailing distance (Tue 02 and Wed 03 Dec) and the bookings have begun rolling in. Details can be found on the new website, together with the booking form for those wishing to attend. First... continue

Reformed ghetto blasters

Article by   August 2008
I've just been reading Collin Hansen's Young, Restless, Reformed: A Journalist's Journey with the New Calvinists. It's a fascinating exploration of the growing influence of names with which we are familiar: John Piper, Mark Dever, Al Mohler. I don't get... continue
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