List of Calvinist Preachers, Authors, Theologians, Websites, etc. (2022)

Ifound a lot more names to add to my list of known Calvinists (found in my various "How to Tell if a Church, Pastor, or Website is Calvinist" posts). [FYI: I added a note at the bottom of this post on May 5, 2021.]

And so here it is, a "master list" of known Calvinists to help you be careful and discerning about who you listen to and where you get your theology from. There are plenty more Calvinists out there, but these are just the names that I ran across the most.

These are either definite, self-professed Calvinists or "most likely Calvinists." (I haven't heard of most of them, but it's good to know their theology before I do.)

After finding these names in various places online, I looked up each person to see if they are Calvinist. If they did not self-identify as a Calvinist, I tried to figure it out based on the statements of faith of the groups/churches they belong to, the books they write, the things they say or write on their blogs, if other people identify them as definite Calvinists, etc. Also note that many Calvinists proudly claim they are part of the "Gospel-centered movement." Or they call their theology "Biblical Christianity." And "Doctrines of Grace." So beware. It sounds great but it's lies in disguise. Of course the Bible is truth, but Calvinism's interpretation of it is not. (It's possible that some of these could have left Calvinism over time. So be discerning for yourselves. And if you are a Calvinist looking for some Calvinist preachers and authors ... I'm sorry ... and you're welcome. And I recommend reading my posts"Why Is Calvinism So Dangerous?"and "When Calvinism's 'Bad Logic' Traps Good Christians"and "We left our church because of Calvinism (Things My Calvinist Pastor Said)".)

[With a list of Calvinists this big, who's left? you might be wondering. Well, here is a link to a list of people who don't support/preach Calvinism (names are at the bottom of the post). From this list, I really like Greg Laurie and Billy Graham, though I've only watched a few things from each. I also like Charles Stanley. And I would add to the list Ralph "Yankee" Arnold, a pastor I haven't watched but my husband recommends his videos against Calvinism. And Dr. Tony Evans, the pastor we watch every Sunday as a family. He doesn't preach directly against Calvinism per se; he just preaches Scriptural truth as it was meant to be understood and in a practical way. And Scriptural truth understood correctly will always contradict Calvinism. Also, a friend of mine who left her EFCA church because Calvinism took it over prefers Dr. Andy Woods, who also preaches against Calvinism.

Some MUST-VISIT anti-Calvinism websites:
Soteriology 101 (From a former 5-point Calvinist, Leighton Flowers. He does a great job breaking Calvinism down, calling out its errors, contradictions and illogicalness, and how it misunderstands the Bible and God. Here's theSoteriology 101 Facebook page.)

Beyond the Fundamentals (Some great YouTube videos disproving Calvinism.)

Hoppers Crossing Christian Church(click here forblog link) - a great look at the problems of Calvinism from several different angles.

Idol Killer- An anti-Calvinist my husband started recently watching and enjoys. (Here ishis YouTube channel. I haven't yet watched him, but I trust my husband's judgment. FYI: In his Statement of Faith, it sounds like The Idol Killer believes we can lose our salvation. I do not agree that true Christians can lose their salvation.)]

First I will put the lists of known Calvinists (list #1 and the new list #2) and then the Calvinist websites:

First list

Randy Alcorn

Thabiti Anyabwile

Tom Ascol

Voddie Baucham

Joel Beeke

Alistair Begg

Jon Bloom

Loraine Boettner

James Pettigru Boyse

John Calvin (of course)

D.A. Carson

Tim Challies

Francis Chan (commonly referred to as “Calvinist Light”)

Matt Chandler

Vincent Cheung

Ray Comfort

Tim Conway

Mark Dever

Kevin DeYoung

Mark Driscoll

Ligon Duncan

Jeff Durbin (Apologia Church)

Jonathan Edwards

John Frame

Todd Friel

Louie Giglio

Greg Gilbert

J.D. Greear

Wayne Grudem

Collin Hansen

Joshua Harris

Michael Horton

Phil Johnson

Timothy Paul Jones

Tim Keller

D. James Kennedy

Abraham Kuyper

Steve Lawson

Crawford Loritts

Erwin Lutzer

Gabe Lyons (Q conferences and website, Qideas)

John MacArthur

CJ Mahaney

Dr. Martin Lloyd-Jones

Al Mohler

Russell Moore

Robert Morey

Tom Nettles

(Video) Top Myths about Reformed Theology with Dr. Kim Riddlebarger

Steve Nichols

J.I. Packer

Justin Peters

Arthur Pink

John Piper

David Platt

Andrew Rappaport

R.C. Sproul

Charles Spurgeon

Tullian Tchividjian

Derek Thomas

B.B. Warfield

Rick Warren

Paul Washer

James White

Doug Wilson (Blog & Mablog)

Herschel York (I don't know who this is but found his name on someone else's list of Calvinists)

New List of Calvinists (some are long dead):

Augustine (who Calvin based his theology on)

Danny Akin

Jason K. Allen

Sam Allberry

Wendy Alsup

Aaron Armstrong

Matt Barrett

Herman Bavinck

Josh Buice

Matt Boswell

Anthony Bradley

Jerry Bridges

Mike Bullmore

Wade Burleson

Rosaria Butterfield

William Carey

Anthony Carter

Matt Carter

Bryan Chapell

Brian Croft

Leonce Crump

Robert Dabney

[*See note below this list]

Carl Ellis

Zack Eswine

Sinclair Ferguson

Elyse Fitzpatrick

Gloria Furman

Timothy George

John Gill

Graeme Goldsworthy

Darrell Harrison

Susan Heck

Costi Hinn (the church he pastors clearly teaches God chooses who to save)

Mark Hitchcock (According to Br.d., from the comment section of a Soteriology 101 post, Mark is basically a Closet Calvinist. I'm not completely sure about this because I only just now heard about him, but I'm including his name for you to research yourself. But I did findthis videowhere he basically says that sinners need to get the Holy Spirit in order to believe and that faith is a gift given to us by God - which fits with Calvinism's idea that God gives the elect the faith to believe and that if God didn't give you faith or the Holy Spirit then you can't believe. Start at the 3:50 minute mark. And if you're interested, see my post "Is Faith a Gift God Gives (forces on) Us?")

Justin Holcomb

Gabriel Hughes

Tim Hurd

(Video) Calvinism's Contradictions explained by John MacArthur

Ken Jones

Martin Lloyd-Jones

Timothy Paul Jones

Greg Koukl

Ted Kluck

John Knox

Melissa Kruger

Mike Leake

Shai Linne

Martin Luther (wasn't a follower of Calvin, but had similar beliefs)

Debi Martin

Eric Mason

Conrad Mbewe

Daniel Montgomery

Douglas Moo

Patrick Morley ? (He doesn't seem to say much about it on his blog, but from what I can tell, he graduated from Reformed Theological Seminary and says, in thestatement of faithon his "Man in the Mirror" blog, that for lost people to be saved, regeneration by the Holy Spirit is absolutely essential. See the note below this list for more on that.)

Iain Murray

Tommy Nelson (Denton Bible Church)

Trillia Newbell

Dane Ortlund

Ray Ortlund

John Owen

Darrin Patrick

Ben Peays

Jackie Hill Perry (most likely)

David Powlison

Elizabeth Prata

Eric Raymond

Eric Redmond

Tony Reinke

Ron Rhodes (Reasoning From The Scriptures)

J.C. Ryle

Scott Sauls

Tom Schreiner

David Schrock

Sunny Shell

Matt Slick

Matt Smethurst

James K.A. Smith

Scotty Smith

Sam Storms

Owen Strachan

Allie Beth Stuckey

Joni Eareckson Tada

Justin Taylor

Steve Timmis

Joe Thorn

Bob Thune

Paul Tripp

Ted Tripp

Carl Trueman

Jeff Vanderstelt

Kevin Vanhoozer

Bruce Ware

Trevin Wax

George Whitefield

Don Whitney

(Video) The Story of Calvinism - Phil Johnson

Warren Wiersbe

Jen Wilkin

Jared C. Wilson

And I found plenty of Calvinist musicians and song-writers, many who write some of the songs we sing in church. But I'll leave it to you to find them for yourselves, if you're interested.

[*NOTE,UPDATE: I removed James Dobson's name because I have no other indication so far that he could be Calvinist other than a statement onhis websitethat in order for lost people to be saved, they need to be regenerated by the Holy Spirit.

A statement like this could be Calvinist or not.Calvinists would mean that the Holy Spirit regenerates SINNERS (specific, preselected sinners, before they believe) to make them believers. But non-Calvinists (and I believe this is the biblical meaning) would say that He regenerates BELIEVERS, that if we choose to believe in Jesus (and anyone can) then the Spirit regenerates us, transforming us into a "born-again, new creation," sealing us for the day of redemption and helping us grow in faith.

And so both Calvinists and non-Calvinists would say that regeneration by the Spirit is necessary for salvation. But what makes all the difference is when you think it happens.

If you think you were predestined to be saved first, and then you are given the Holy Spirit so that He can regenerate you (make you born-again) before you believe, to cause you to believe in Jesus, then you are Calvinist. In Calvinism, regeneration/being born-again happens before and leads to belief (for prechosen people only).

But if you think that God makes salvation available to all, that anyone can believe, and that when/after we choose to believe in Jesus, then we get the Holy Spirit who regenerates us and makes us born-again, then you are not a Calvinist. In the Bible, belief comes before and leads to regeneration/being born-again (and anyone can believe).

Titus 3:5 tells us that we are saved through the "rebirth and renewal by the Holy Spirit," so regeneration is critical to being truly saved.(If you never truly believed in Jesus, then you were never truly born-again by the Spirit, which means you aren't truly saved.) But these verses clearly show that belief comes before getting the Holy Spirit, that we get the Holy Spirit after/as a response to our decision to believe in Jesus:

Acts 2:38: "... Repent and be baptized, every one of you, in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins. And you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit."

John 7:39: "By this he meant the Spirit, whom those who believed in him were later to receive..."

Ephesians 1:13-14: "And you also were included in Christ when you heard the word of truth, the gospel of your salvation. Having believed, you were marked in him with a seal, the promised Holy Spirit, who is a deposit guaranteeing our inheritance until the redemption of those who are God's possession - to the praise of His glory."

And who are God's possession, who are his children?

John 1:12-13: "Yet to all who received him, to those who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God - children not born of natural descent... but born of God."

You get the right to be "born of God" after you believe. You will be born-again (regenerated by the Spirit) after and as a response to your decision to believe in Jesus.

And so a phrase like "in order to be saved, sinners need to be regenerated by the Holy Spirit" is not clear enough to identify if someone is Calvinist or not. (A better, more accurate wording would be that the Holy Spirit regenerates "believers," making them born-again, not just "sinners," which sounds like He causes certain sinners to believe.) And so what you need to find out is what they believe comes first: regeneration or belief in Jesus.(Thank you to Howard for helping me clarify this.)]

Websites:

These are the websites (not including video/YouTube websites) that definitely are/most likely are Calvinist (many of the websites that pop up on the first page of search results in any online theological search are Calvinist):

The Gospel Coalition

Acts 29

9 Marks

White Horse Inn

Lifeway

Desiring God

Founders

Ligonier

Wayne Grudem

Got Questions

Christianity.com (Found plenty of Calvinist articles and authors here)

Theopedia (as clearly seen in their post on free-will)

gty.org (John MacArthur's Grace To You, a.k.a. "Grace To Few")

Focus on the Family

Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (I believe their"Standards of Doctrine"totally shows that they are Calvinist, especially their point on regeneration.)

Albert Mohler

Reformation 21

Tim Keller blog

aomin.org (Alpha and Omega Ministries, James White, FYI: Apologia Studios is listed as related to aomin)

Greenbaggins.wordpress blog

Monergism blog

Challies.com (Tim Challies)

Reclaiming the Mind

Ligon Duncan's blog

The Cripplegate

The Resurgence (I found this in a list, not sure what the actual name of the blog is. The Resurgence Report?)

Pyromaniacs (Phillip Johnson)

Josh Harris (joshharris.com)

tullian.net (Tullian Tchividian)

Reformed Theology

Ed Stetzer (I'm not sure if he is or not. Look it up yourself.)

Adrian Warnock (he writes at patheos.com)

Bible.org

dougwils.com (Blog & Mablog, Douglas Wilson)

Crossway.org

(Video) Catholic, Evangelical, and Reformed: What is Reformed Theology? with R.C. Sproul

carm.org (Matt Slick)

J.D. Greear

Truth for Life (Alistair Begg)

compellingtruth.org

michellelesley.com

Abandoned to Christ (sunnyshell.org)

strivingforeternity.org (Andrew Rappaport)

Grace Online Library

The Aquila Report

biblereasons.com

heidelblog.net

moodymedia.org (Erwin Lutzer)

theocast.org

apuritansmind.com

reasonabletheology.org

str.org (Stand to Reason)

Naomi's Table Bible Studies

enCourage

Women with the Master

Solid Food Resources

The Bible Thumping Wingnut

The End Time

Sheologians

Relatable

Tulips & Honey

The Verity Fellowship

Women Under Grace

servantsofgrace.org

bloggingtheologically.com

Delivered by Grace

Wretched

Just Thinking

The Publicans

WWUTT/pastorgabe

wordofhisgrace.org

Proverbs 9:10 Ministries

forthegospel.org

whatchristianswanttoknow.com (After looking up "predestination" and "election" on this site and reading some of the articles, it appears that some are not-too-Calvinist and some are quite Calvinist, but in a "softened" way. Just my opinion. I would call it a "soft Calvinist" site. So be discerning.)

Reformed.org and almost anything else with "reformed" in the title

Almost anything with Calvinist in the title (unless it's a site against Calvinism)

Blogs listed with Calvinist site, The Gospel Coalition:

Between Two Worlds and Evangelical History (Justin Taylor)
Christ is Deeper Still (Ray Ortlund)
DeYoung, Restless, and Reformed (Kevin DeYoung)
Pure Church (Thabiti Anyabwile)
Wit's End (Melissa Kruger)
Kingdom People (Trevin Wax)
Heavenward (Scotty Smith)
The Gospel-Driven Church (Jared C. Wilson)
Ordinary Pastor (Erik Raymond)
For the Love of God (D.A. Carson)


And I just have to say ... all this writing I do against Calvinism, all the time and energy I spend researching it ... this is what happens when a dogmatic Calvinist pastor invades your previously-wonderful/biblical/trustworthy church (where you raised your family over the last 20 years) and starts "reforming" it ... and you try to warn the elders about what's happening, to share your concerns with them, but no one will listen to you ... and so you have no choice but to leave the church and shake the dust off your feet ... and since they wouldn't listen, you decide to put it all online to help those who might want to be helped.

So ... thank you to the sneaky Calvinist pastor who covertly set about reforming our church and to our Calvinist elders who wouldn't listen to us. If it weren't for you, I wouldn't have written any of this!

ADDED NOTE, May 5, 2021:

On a personal note: After having seen firsthand how Calvinism stealthily infiltrates and takes over a church, I want to share with you something that Kevin from Beyond the Fundamentals said in the video"Stealth Calvinism in Oklahoma"(my paraphrase): "By the time you realize what's going on and start looking up information about Calvinism online, it's too late."

Calvinist pastors who set out to take over non-Calvinist churches are banking on the fact that most people don't know what Calvinism is, giving the pastors plenty of time to weave in Calvinism in sneaky, subtle, tricksy ways before people catch on to (and research) the red flags. By that time, too many people in the church have been suckered into Calvinism (without realizing it's called Calvinism), believing that they're just learning the "deeper truths of Scripture," that they're being humble, intelligent, God-glorifying Christians for embracing these "hard truths," that they're honoring God by submitting to His "sovereign authority," feeling like they've joined the upper-level of the spiritually-elite (which now includes most of their spiritual social-circle too). And they've beenprogrammed, through subtle manipulation from the pastor over the years, to view anyone who disagrees with the pastor as "unhumble, resistant, arguing with God, disagreeing with the Bible, divisive, etc."

By this time, it's too late to turn the ship around. It's too late to save your church.

And so if this issue (the Calvinism that took over your church) is brought to light, most likely it will lead to a church-split of some kind. Or it might end with you being one of the only ones to leave the church while everyone else supports the pastor (as it was for us). Nevertheless, it's your job to speak up, to do what you can to sound the alarm for as many people as possible. And as quickly as possible.

Time is of the essence. (If we hadn't waited and researched for 6 years before speaking up, maybe we could have reached more people.) And so even if you aren't sure yet what Calvinism is, even if you have only an inkling that something is wrong but you're not sure what, start telling people. Start telling them that you think something is off, that you all need to listen more closely to what the pastor is teaching and to compare it all against the Bible for yourselves. (If you sense something is wrong, most likely there are others who do too. But we're all afraid to speak up, feeling like we're the only ones who sense a problem. And so we all keep quiet, and the Calvinism spreads.) Pass out cards or send emails with the Must-Visit anti-Calvinist websites I listed above to as many people as possible, telling them to look them up and to listen for if anything sounds familiar. And I recommend doing this before the pastor catches on, or else you could find yourself being shamed into silence or threatened with church discipline for being "divisive". (But honestly, if what the pastor is teaching is biblical truth, it should hold up under scrutiny, right? So he shouldn't have anything to worry about if people explore his Calvinist theology deeper or read things against it. If he's preaching clear, biblical truth then all the research we do should only convince us more of the accuracy of his theological views, right? So he should have nothing to fear. Unless ... Calvinism is wrong.)

And if you think the pastor is a Calvinist, DO NOT accept any offer of his to take you through their "Calvinist indoctrination" books (my wording, not theirs), to "help you understand the gospel better." Instead, ask him what authors/books he recommends, and then go home and do a search for them online with the words "Calvinist, Calvinism, or Reformed" to see if others identify them as Calvinists.

And, as Kevin essentially says in the video, do not be afraid to be "divisive" about this issue. If there is anything worth being divisive about, it's about the fundamental truths of God's Word. You are not hurting the body of Christ by trying to expose/resist Calvinism. You are trying to help it, trying to remove the cancer that has taken over the body of Christ.

It was sad to me that - even though I left comments on the church blog against Calvinism (until they stopped allowing comments, because of me) and even though we sent long letters to all the elders about our concerns about Calvinism before we left the church and even though we told those who asked us why we left that it was because of the pastor's bad theology, his Calvinism - after we sent our resignation letter, we got a note from the office thanking us for "leaving quietly." How sad that we left so quietly, that we didn't do more to warn the people in the congregation about what was happening right under their noses. Maybe if we weren't so quiet for so long, maybe things would have ended differently.(And since we left, they have joined up with 9Marks and The Gospel Coalition. I bet the congregation has no clue where they're headed. But little do the leaders know that I didn't leave all that quietly. This whole blog - where I have been shouting as loudly as I can about the dangers of Calvinism - is all because of them. So, once again, thank you to the stealthy Calvinist pastor who took over our church and to the Calvinist elders who sided with him. None of this would have been possible without you!)

Do not roll over and allow a backwards, unbiblical theology to supplant God's Truth. If Calvinism is a false doctrine that destroys the Gospel and God's character (which I believe it is) then wemustfight it. Wemust notcompromise God's Word or allow false doctrine to spread without a fight. As Kevin points out in a different video, Calvinists will use your politeness, niceness, and tolerance against you, as an opportunity to shove their Calvinism in more forcefully. Don't make it easy for them. If there's anything worth being divisive over, it's this! After all, if we don't speak up and sound the alarm, who will?

Ifound a lot more names to add to my list of known Calvinists (found in my various "How to Tell if a Church, Pastor, or Website is Calvinist" posts).. and "When Calvinism's 'Bad Logic' Traps Good Christians" and "We left our church because of Calvinism (Things My Calvinist Pastor Said)". ). First I will put the lists of known Calvinists (list #1 and the new list #2) and then the Calvinist websites:. But I did find this video where he basically says that sinners need to get the Holy Spirit in order to believe and that faith is a gift given to us by God - which fits with Calvinism's idea that God gives the elect the faith to believe and that if God didn't give you faith or the Holy Spirit then you can't believe.. And I just have to say ... all this writing I do against Calvinism, all the time and energy I spend researching it ... this is what happens when a dogmatic Calvinist pastor invades your previously-wonderful/biblical/trustworthy church (where you raised your family over the last 20 years) and starts "reforming" it ... and you try to warn the elders about what's happening, to share your concerns with them, but no one will listen to you ... and so you have no choice but to leave the church and shake the dust off your feet ... and since they wouldn't listen, you decide to put it all online to help those who might want to be helped.. So ... thank you to the sneaky Calvinist pastor who covertly set about reforming our church and to our Calvinist elders who wouldn't listen to us.. On a personal note : After having seen firsthand how Calvinism stealthily infiltrates and takes over a church, I want to share with you something that Kevin from Beyond the Fundamentals said in the video "Stealth Calvinism in Oklahoma" (my paraphrase): "By the time you realize what's going on and start looking up information about Calvinism online, it's too late.". Calvinist pastors who set out to take over non-Calvinist churches are banking on the fact that most people don't know what Calvinism is, giving the pastors plenty of time to weave in Calvinism in sneaky, subtle, tricksy ways before people catch on to (and research) the red flags.. By that time, too many people in the church have been suckered into Calvinism (without realizing it's called Calvinism), believing that they're just learning the "deeper truths of Scripture," that they're being humble, intelligent, God-glorifying Christians for embracing these "hard truths," that they're honoring God by submitting to His "sovereign authority," feeling like they've joined the upper-level of the spiritually-elite (which now includes most of their spiritual social-circle too).. It was sad to me that - even though I left comments on the church blog against Calvinism (until they stopped allowing comments, because of me) and even though we sent long letters to all the elders about our concerns about Calvinism before we left the church and even though we told those who asked us why we left that it was because of the pastor's bad theology, his Calvinism - after we sent our resignation letter, we got a note from the office thanking us for "leaving quietly."

I found a lot more names to add to my list of known Calvinists (found in my various "How to Tell if a Church, Pastor, or Website is Calvinist" posts).. So here it is, a "master list" of known Calvinists to help you be careful and discerning about who you listen to and where you get your theology from.. Of course, the Bible is truth, but the Calvinist interpretation of it is not.. Well, here is a link to a list of people who don't support/preach Calvinism (names are at the bottom of the post).. The Resurgence (I found this in a list, not sure what the actual name of the blog is.. Blogs listed with Calvinist site, The Gospel Coalition:. (He doesn't seem to say much about it on his blog, but from what I can tell, he graduated from Reformed Theological Seminary and says, in the statement of faith on his "Man in the Mirror" blog, that for lost people to be saved, regeneration by the Holy Spirit is absolutely essential.. Ephesians 1:13-14: "And you also were included in Christ when you heard the word of truth, the gospel of your salvation.. (A better, more accurate wording would be that the Holy Spirit regenerates "believers," making them born-again, not just "sinners," which sounds like He causes certain sinners to believe.). Start telling them that you think something is off, that you all need to listen more closely to what the pastor is teaching and to compare it all against the Bible for yourselves.. Instead, ask him what authors/books he recommends, and then go home and do a search for them online with the words "Calvinist, Calvinism, or Reformed" to see if others identify them as Calvinists.. If there is anything worth being divisive about, it's about the fundamental truths of God's Word.. It was sad to me that - even though I left comments on the church blog against Calvinism (until they stopped allowing comments, because of me) and even though we sent long letters to all the elders about our concerns about Calvinism before we left the church and even though we told those who asked us why we left that it was because of the pastor's bad theology, his Calvinism - after we sent our resignation letter, we got a note from the office thanking us for "leaving quietly."

Three Reformed preachers recently sat down together to talk about the New Calvinism that has been sweeping the younger generation of Christians.. Calvinism is a belief system based upon the teachings of John Calvin, of which the name is derived.. This is a partial list of notable Reformed Baptists, based on a definition of "Reformed" as being Calvinistic in Soteriology.. John Bunyan (1628-1688), English preacher and author of The Pilgrim's Progress; Alistair Begg (b.. Calvinism initially was a denomination founded by John Calvin during the Protestant Reformation, but has spread to other sects, most notably Evangelical circles in recent years, and most prominently in Presbyterianism.. About three years ago, I wrote an article called My Five Favourite Non-Calvinist Preachers/Writers, naming five authors or speakers who weren't reformed but I enjoy listening to regardless.I recently re-posted that article on Facebook and realized there are some more authors and speakers I wanted to share on the blog.. The letter confirms that Calvary Chapel is beyond anti Calvinist as they are on the attack and find Calvinism the number one problem with Christianity.. Sadly, today's churches, Christian retailers, and other evangelical organizations are rife with false teachers teaching false doctrine.. Calvinism is a denomination of Protestantism that adheres to the theological traditions and teachings of John Calvin and other preachers of the Reformation era.. List of Calvinist Preachers, Authors, and Theologians.. About 30% of Southern Baptist pastors consider their churches Calvinist, according to a poll few years ago by SBC-affiliated LifeWay Research, but a much larger number - 60% of Baptist pastors- are concerned "about the impact of Calvinism in our convention".. and you know what's even more scary, is the fact that most 5-point Calvinist pastors keep these disturbing ideas to themselves, and they are leading both small and exceedingly large churches in the direction of Calvinist thinking without the flock even knowing.. Jamieson, Fausset, and Brown's Commentary on the Whole Bible is moderately calvinistic and seem to be respected by both Calvinists and Arminians.. James P. Boyce
Ernest Reisinger is a Calvinist
I know Jerry Bridges is Reformed, but I'm not certain how many points he is


John MacArthur is Baptist, but he calls his church Community Church (unless fredman knows something I don't know about!. This page gives a different twist- dividing Grace preachers as Arminian grace teachers Vs Calvinist grace teachers: LINK .

Videos

1. 13 - Confronting Calvinism Pt. 1
(Grace Institute of Biblical Studies)
2. Jerry Walls: What's Wrong With Calvinism, Part 1
(Evangel University)
3. The Ecclesiastical and Theological Contributions of Richard B. Gaffin, Jr.
(Reformed Forum)
4. Dr. Brown and Dr. Leighton Flowers: Q & A on Calvinism
(ASKDrBrown)
5. Dr. James White Responds to Leighton Flowers (Soteriology 101) on Reformed Theology
(Jesus' Word)
6. Infertility | Gary McKee | 30-Minute Seminary
(Westminster Presbyterian Theological Seminary)

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