I am sometimes asked why I am not a Calvinist. I thought about writing my own blog on this issue but two factors made it seem unnecessary to do so. 3,847 more words
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There are many ways in which psychology can aid apologetics. Here’s one example of useful integration:
In Jerry Walls’ book Heaven: The Logic of Eternal Joy he attempts to demonstrate that the doctrine of heaven, properly understood, is a necessary element to any theodicy. 791 more words
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…we cannot know that Gandhi decisively rejected Christ in a fully informed way. Perhaps his experience made it more difficult to accept Christ than it would have been in more favorable circumstances, and if he had encountered Christ in other settings perhaps he would have accepted hint.
At one point in Jerry Walls’ book Heaven: The Logic of Eternal Joy, he considers whether particularists (exclusivists) can escape the objection that God would be unfair to require explicit faith in the gospel as a requirement to heaven, given that many people don’t have the opportunity to develop or exercise such faith. 160 more words