David Allen sets the record straight: Limited Atonement is biblically bankrupt, theologically insipient, and ethically unpreachable by Peter Lumpkins

Founders Ministries put together several theological worthies to write its latest apology for strict Calvinism, Whomever He Wills   >>>
Names include seasoned professors–Tom Nettles, Bruce Ware, Thomas Schriner, and Stephen Wellum–professors all at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (the majority of the contributors are affiliated with Southern). The author of the chapter on Limited Atonement, David Schrock, is presently a PhD candidate at the same seminary as well as pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, Seymour, Indiana. Read the rest of this entry from SBC Tomorrow»

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3 Responses to David Allen sets the record straight: Limited Atonement is biblically bankrupt, theologically insipient, and ethically unpreachable by Peter Lumpkins

  1. Les says:

    Ok. Hyperbole is alive and well. So now that definite atonement has been finally defeated after all these hundreds of years, what’s next up? How about world peace?

  2. parsonsmike says:

    I agree with part of that above headline: Limited atonement is ethically unpreachable by Peter Lumpkins.

  3. Les says:

    @#2 Parsonsmike, “Like.”

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