ACCESSIBLE: A New Way to Read The Evangelical Calvinist

I am going to try something a little different with my blog. I tried to start up what I was calling The Evangelical Calvinist In Plain Language, but trying to maintain two blogs just never works out for me. So instead what I am going to do—because I have many many people ask me to do something like this, and I think it will be good practice for me—is I am going to simply write posts here that are intentionally accessible for lay Christians to better appreciate and understand (alongside posts that aren’t necessarily intending this). Most all of these kinds of posts will have to do with me fleshing out what Evangelical Calvinism (as Myk Habets and I understand it) entails. If I write a post that I intend to make accessible in this way, I will place ACCESSIBLE in the title of that particular post. That way you all will be tipped off that I am genuinely trying to communicate in a way that is not for the trained academic, but for the thoughtful Christian lay person instead.

I intend on working through the 15 Theses Myk and I co-wrote for our fifteenth chapter in our edited book: Evangelical Calvinism: Essays Resourcing the Continuing Reformation of the Church. I might try to write the first one of those today, so stay tuned.

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5 Responses to ACCESSIBLE: A New Way to Read The Evangelical Calvinist

  1. Ryan Shaddix says:

    What a blessing and a encouragement.


  2. Great idea, Bobby!

    Glad you have not given up on the idea of making your theoposts mare readable for laymen:P


  3. Bobby Grow says:

    Hey, thanks guys.


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