Why are some not drawn?
A cautious response to a difficult question.
If God wants to save everyone, why did he only choose Israel?
If you want all people to be part of your kingdom, you don’t disinherit them and then pick just one family.
Thorny problems with Calvinism #4: why evangelize if everything is predestined?
The fact that God has predestined something doesn’t mean it will happen no matter what, but rather that it will happen inevitably by the means which he has also predestined.
Thorny problems with Calvinism #3: double predestination makes God a moral monster
In which I defend the most despised doctrine in Christianity.
Thorny problems with Calvinism #2: the unfairness of election
In which I ask how a God who decides to save only some people can be worthy of worship.
Why doesn’t God just do whatever it takes to make people believe in him?
In which I point out four faulty presuppositions behind a common atheistic question.
Why do some people exercise faith and others not?
In a synergistic framework, what is the explanation for some people responding affirmatively to prevenient grace, while others do not? If it is because of the grace they receive, then God shows partiality; if it is because of their character, then they have reason to boast; if it is neither, then salvation is down to luck.
A simple argument against God’s universal salvific intent
A basic argument, with commentary, in favor of the Calvinist view of election, and against the view that God purposes to save all people without exception.