Leighton Flowers

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Josh Hunt | Forum Activity | Posted: Fri, Oct 18 2019 10:38 AM

Everything by Leighton Flowers. Especially

The Potter's Promise: A Biblical Defense of Traditional Soteriology

God's Provision For All: A Defense of God's Goodness

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MWW | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Oct 18 2019 12:26 PM

Yes

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NB.Mick | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Oct 18 2019 1:39 PM

Yes Yes

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Jim Rutledge | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Oct 19 2019 9:04 AM

I fourth this suggestion. I really like Leighton Flowers and the work he does offer biblical, reasoned, and scholarly alternatives to popular Calvinism. Not that I have anything against Calvinists themselves, but I think most would agree that their voice is disproportionately loud in the mainstream theological marketplace of ideas.

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Robert M. Warren | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Oct 21 2019 4:04 AM

Jim Rutledge:
I think most would agree that their voice is disproportionately loud in the mainstream theological marketplace of ideas.

[Non-loud Calvinist whispering]   How is the subjectively assessed demeanor of an author's theological opponents relevant to his skill as an exegete? 

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Jim Rutledge | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Nov 15 2019 8:44 AM

I said nothing about anyone's "demeanor." When I talked about "their voice [being] disproportionately loud in the mainstream theological marketplace of ideas," I was, I thought, obviously talking about the resources available to the average pastor and/or layperson and not any particular Calvinist theologian's personality or mood.

My focus, however, was on Flowers' skills as an exegete. That said, an author's theological convictions do matter to many—Logos' own packages catering to users' denominational affiliations is proof enough of that—so it shouldn't be dismissed so flippantly.

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