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Non-Calvinist theologians?

Discussion in 'Baptist Theology & Bible Study' started by bjonson, Jan 10, 2006.

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  1. Joel.alexander

    Joel.alexander New Member

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    Mathew Henry was not a 5 point Calvinist. He was moderate at most. He was a non-conformist minister.
    I use his commentary quite often and he most definitely believed in a general atonement.
     
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    G . E. Ladd(baptist), F. F. Bruce (brethren), Oliver B. Greene(baptist), Henry Ironside(brethren) , David H Stern (messianic jew), Spiros Zodihates ( greek scholar) .

    All of these theologians are non-5 point calvinist and neither are they considered arminian.
     
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    John Wesley was a preacher and evangelist. I would not personally have described him as a theologian, any more than I would so have described Whitefield or Spurgeon.
     
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    Post 119 is from 11 years ago. So, this is a zombie thread. So, it is closed.
     
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