Archive for the ‘James Galyon’ Category

Dr. James Galyon Against Hyper-Calvinism

April 10, 2010

Dr. James Galyon has an interesting post on the topic of Hyper-Calvinism. He provides a long list of items that he views as Hyper-Calvinism, many of which I would agree with. I may not agree with him in every last detail in his definition. For example, he includes as one form of hyper-Calvinism: “Scripture is to be interpreted only by individuals, not by the Church.” While that position is wrong, I wouldn’t necessarily see it being an error under the umbrella of hyper-Calvinism.

Here’s his post.


– TurretinFan

Hypercalvinism contrasted with Calvinism

March 19, 2010

I was grateful to read an interesting post from Dr. James Galyon on the subject of Calvinism and Hyper-Calvinism (link to post). I’m not saying I agree with every aspect of the definitions he provides, but his underlying point – namely that the counter-indication of Hyper-Calvinism is active evangelism is spot-on.


The real Turretin on: the Atonement

December 15, 2008

In a post that, like the last one I just linked to, I cannot fully endorse, Dr. James Galyon provides an interesting discussion of (and commentary on) the historic Reformed position of the atonement in contrast to the multi-intention view (source).


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