Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Calvinist Crossing

At the Prostrate Calvinist we not only value blogging for the glory of God, but also reading blogs for the glory of God. Since the blogs we read are typically more helpful than the one you are currently reading, we've decided to add a new feature to our weekly posting... Calvinist Crossing.

This will briefly detail other posts or on-line articles that are helpful in understanding and connecting Biblical theology to life. So, here's the first installment (which, admittedly, is a bit of a review of some helpful blogging over the past year or so):

◉ Mark Dever clues us in on where exactly all these Calvinists came from (and why hip, young guys like me have pretentious blog titles like “The Prostrate Calvinist").

◉ The CT article, "Young, Restless, and Reformed," that prompted Dever’s blog survey.

◉ Tim Challies reviews the new book by Collin Hansen spawned from that CT article.

◉ And for something completely different... Michael Haykin clears up some of the confusion regarding John Calvin and missions.

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