Tag Archives: debate on Calvinism

The Folly of Doing Theology in an Echo Chamber: A Thorough Examination of Piper’s “Two-Wills View”

The Folly of Doing Theology in an Echo Chamber: A Thorough Examination of Piper’s “Two-Wills View” By Strider MTB *Permission is freely granted to share this article in its entirety or in portions. My friends call me Matt and I … Continue reading

Posted in Critiquing Calvinism | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 19 Comments

Debate on Calvinistic Compatibilism: Matt’s Wrap-Up

I thank you Derek for the time and attention you have given to our discussion and for exemplifying a spirit of genuine brotherhood despite are sharp disagreements. If anyone has allowed his passions to get the better of him—it is … Continue reading

Posted in Debating Calvinistic Compatibilism | Tagged , , , , ,

Debate on Calvinistic Compatibilism Part 26: Matt Responds part-1

Hi Derek, in your first post I do appreciate your attempts to articulate your views further. But I am having trouble discerning how my arguments are actually being countered 🙂 Tis true. It seems as if you are more or … Continue reading

Posted in Debating Calvinistic Compatibilism | Tagged , , , , ,

Debate on Calvinistic Compatibilism Part 19: Derek Responds

  Matt, Thank you for these additional comments and questions. How is it possible you still aren’t persuaded?  Well, to be honest, you are a great challenger and make excellent use of logic in your argumentation. In the interest of … Continue reading

Posted in Debating Calvinistic Compatibilism, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , ,

Debate on Calvinistic Compatibilism Part 17: Derek Responds

Matt, I believe you are stating the issues correctly. As requested, I am going to quote from your previous post and respond directly. This post will be an initial response to some of your preliminary comments and questions, and the … Continue reading

Aside | Posted on by | Tagged , , ,

Debate on Calvinistic Compatibilism Part 1: Derek’s Challenge

After posting up a number of quotes from mainstream Calvinists (which can be found HERE) I entered into a dialogue/debate with a fellow brother in the Lord named Derek. Derek is a Calvinist and interpretes God’s sovereignty and man’s free-will … Continue reading

Posted in Debating Calvinistic Compatibilism | Tagged , , , , , , , ,