Archive for the ‘Paul Helm’ Category

Paul Helm Reviews Michael Horton’s Systematic

April 21, 2011

Paul Helm has a balanced review of Michael Horton’s new systematic theology, “The Christian Faith: A Systematic Theology for Pilgrims on the Way.” I’m still in the process of reviewing the book myself. I will reserve my comments until a later date.

Paul Helm on Calvin and the Stoics

August 2, 2009

If you are interested in the relationships, both similarities and differences, between Calvinism and Stoicism, I highly recommend Paul Helm’s excellent recent philosophical post on Calvin and the Stoics (link). The article is also helpful in terms of explaining how Calvinism is not fatalism, a pit into which William Lane Craig, with many of his followers, falls.


Helm on Calvin and the Calvinists

December 13, 2008

In light of the concerted efforts of both Arminians and Quasi-Amyraldians to drive a wedge between Calvin and the Calvinists, I was pleased to read the linked article (link) by Paul Helm, who explains some of the flaws in at least one similar attempt to divide the doctrines of Dordt from those of Calvin.


Edwards on the Trinity

September 1, 2008

I enjoyed reading Paul Helm’s recent blog article at Helm’s Deep on Edwards on the Trinity (link). Prof. Helm defends Edwards from various charges of Heterodoxy in the course of the article. Naturally, as one of the standards for Reformed orthodoxy, Helm and Edwards’ critic both refer to Turretin (with Helm placing Turretin in context). The title of the Blog, though reminiscent of Tolkien, is quite appropriate, since Helm’s work plumbs great depths.


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