Developing the
mind of Christ

Theology, philosophy & apologetics from Reformed marketing expert Dominic Bnonn Tennant

Thorny problems with Calvinism #3: double predestination makes God a moral monster

In which I defend the most despised doctrine in Christianity.

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Thorny problems with Calvinism #2: the unfairness of election

In which I ask how a God who decides to save only some people can be worthy of worship.

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Thorny problems with Calvinism #1: the pettiness of self-glorification

In which I ask how a God who seeks his own glory can be worthy of worship.

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Do we have a duty to re-ensoul vampires?

Or, why people should stop treating Joss Whedon as smarter than he is.

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Are pictures of Jesus idolatry? Part 1: exegesis

Thinking so is an understandably venerable Reformed tradition which strikes me as naive and legalistic on several levels. Here, I look at the context of the second commandment to exegete the limitations of its meaning.

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A useful mnemonic for apologists

If you have trouble remembering (or sticking to) the most important issues when witnessing, this may help.

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Spotting real prophecies

If prophecy continues, and someone tells you they have received a word from the Lord, how can you tell if they’re for real, or just full of it?

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