February 26, 2008

Who Will Fill Dr Rogers' Shoes To Oppose Calvinism?

Ergun Caner "asked who might fill the shoes of Adrian Rogers to stand against “those hyper-Calvinists who have ceased to give biblical invitations and embraced Protestant Scholasticism.”

Will it be Steve Gaines Johnny Hunt Jack Graham Jerry Vines Paige Patterson Ergun Caner or Nelson Price?

Will they continue the same shameless straw man tactic or will they clean up the opposition?

Will the "worst of the worst of anti-Reformed polemics" continue?


WatchingHISstory said...

Stephen Brittain Says: Locust and Wild Honey http://elbourne.org/archives/2005/07/12/johnny-hunt-on-election/
July 12th, 2005 at 9:47 am
Go to the FBC, Woodstock, GA website and click on Sermon Notes. Then check out JH’s testimony about how he got saved.

His testimony is contrary to his words here. In his testimony he tells how he had no interest in church or Jesus. He would make up excuses to not go to church with the wife. Then he went to church and got under conviction. He resisted. But still there was conviction. Finally, he gets saved.

By his own admission Johnny Hunt didn’t just up and come to Jesus any time. He only came after conviction. He didn’t want to come to Jesus until he was drawn by the Holy Spirit.

Amazing how he and Adrian Rogers can’t see this. They just don’t want to see it.


WatchingHISstory said...

Last sunday Steve Gaines attempted to fill Adrian Rogers' shoes with anti-Reformed polemics.

I am a five point calvinist and his proof almost convinced me to drop all five. He said "A lot of people are teaching that stuff."

"God never coerces anyone to follow him through irrestible grace neither should we."

"Forced love is not love, we call forced love a crime."

A direct quote from Dr Rogers, "No one will go to hell because they are predestined to go to hell."

He did use a convincing scripture Matt 23:37! He laso refered to the rich young ruler who asked Jesus, "what must I do to be saved?"

Yep, we've got opposition!