Sunday, May 01, 2011

Arminian double predestination

For someone who professes to believe in God’s universal love, universal atonement, and universal sufficient grace, Roger Olson’s outlook is strikingly dualistic. He polarizes evangelicalism into two camps. On the one side are the white hats, otherwise known as “postconservatives.” On the other side are the black hats, otherwise known as “neofundamentalist heresy hunters.”

If George Santayana lampooned 19C New Englanders for espousing Puritan moralism without the underlying theology, Roger Olson evidently espouses double predestination without the underlying theology. 

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