Greg Forster makes a great point about the Calvinist view of God's love in contrast to other views of God's love. Either God's love is a personal, intimate love that embraces some sinners, as the Calvinist says, or it is an impersonal, abstract love that embraces none. Here's how Forster says it: Every tradition besides… Continue reading God’s Saving Love: Personal or Impersonal?
I really appreciate what Greg Forster has to say here about definite, substitutionary atonement – the truth that Jesus died to save his people, his sheep, the elect chosen before the foundation of the world. It will especially interest those of you who have studied the Arminian/Calvinism differences as well as those of you who… Continue reading Unlimited Atonement: Not Really Substitutionary