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  • « The Fear of Public Speaking | Main | The Essence of Reformed Theology »

    James White's review of Roger Olson's book "Against Calvinism" (Parts 1 and 2)

    Parts 1 and 2

    Note: A few days ago, I posted the first half of Dr. James White's review. He has now completed the second half so in this new post I thought it would be good to put the two videos together in one place so they might be easier to find reference wise at one link. - JS

    Roger Olson doesn’t like to debate, and he doesn’t like to defend his assertions either, but that did not stop Dr. James White from reviewing his book “Against Calvinism.” A very troubling aspect of Olson’s book is that he admits that even if God revealed Himself to be and to act, as Calvinists say He does, Olson would refuse to worship Him. That’s an amazing thing for a professed Christian to say.

    Here is the first half of Dr. White's review:

    Here now is the second half (below):

    Posted by John Samson on November 10, 2011 12:11 AM

    Comments

    John,

    Is this review any different than the one you posted a couple of days ago?

    John H,

    James just completed the second part of his two part review so in this new post I thought it would be good to put the two videos together in one place so they might be easier to find reference wise. I will add a note at the top of the posting now to make that clear.

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