Jerry Walls, well known Wesleyan philosopher, formerly of Asbury Seminary, and now at Houston Baptist University, has put out a useful two-part video on “What’s Wrong with Calvinism.”
This isn’t a full-fledged positive account of the Wesleyan-Arminian position, but rather a philosophical critique of Calvinism.
The take-away point is Walls’s claim that the heart of the difference between Calvinists and Wesleyan-Arminians has to do with the character of God, not the issues of sovereignty and biblical authority as people sometimes assume. I’ve made a similar point in a previous post here.
Thanks to Kevin Jackson for spreading the word about these videos.
These are well worth a listen. Both parts together total about 35 minutes.
Updated – he’s added a third part (below) – 23 more minutes on why this debate matters
Here is part 1:
And part 2:
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Thoughts on this reply to Walls’s interview? http://wp.me/p2DOKP-1G
Thanks for posting the response. I will give it a read.
Thanks! Would love to hear your thoughts.