Hebrews 5:14 teaches that mature Christians should be capable of discerning between good and evil, between true doctrine and the
doctrine of devils.  The teachings included below are intended to provide the diligent truth-seeker with a thorough understanding of this topic.  We at Inquisitive Christianity do not endorse all of the content included in these teachings.  After all, it is a rare gift to discover a teaching with which one has no disagreement.  Nevertheless, we believe that these teachings offer valuable information for those who seek the truth and are spiritually mature enough to exercise discernment.


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Along Calvin's Road trilogy:

Is God the Author of Sin? (vol. 1); Did Christ Die for Everyone? (vol. 2); Does Man Have Freedom to Choose? (vol. 3)


What's Wrong with Calvinism?



Dr. Jerry Walls is Professor of Philosophy of Religion at Asbury Theological Seminary, a member of the Board of Advisors for the Center on Culture and Civil Society at the Independent Institute, a John Wesley Fellow, a member of the Society of Christian Philosophers and Dulles Colloquium of the Institute on Religion and Public Life, and Senior Speaking Fellow for the Morris Institute for Human Values. In this series, Dr. Walls overviews Calvinist philosophy and doctrine. He emphasizes the distinction between libertarian free will and causative free will. Also, Paul Sloan joins him in exploring the essential background to understand Romans chapter 9.

Part 1 - What Is Calvinism? (16:19)

Part 2 - Why Is Calvinism Intrinsically, Fatally Flawed? (19:52)

Part 3 - Why are the Differences Between Calvinism & Arminianism Important? (22:59)

Part 4 - What Is the Background to Romans 9? (26:40)

Part 5 - Romans 9 Does Not Teach Calvinism (35:31)

Part 6 - What Does the Bible Teach About Election? (34:56)



Steve Gregg: God's Sovereignty & Man's Salvation



Steve Gregg is host of The Narrow Path, an author, and a blogger, including the Great Commission School blog. Steve Gregg teaches on the subject of Calvinism from a non-Calvinist perspective. He does not consider himself to be Arminian, but he is a non-Calvinist. In this series, he offers an honest detailed presentation of the Calvinist position complete with extensive Scriptural proof-texts. Steve Gregg then explains why he does not accept that the Calvinist position is the Biblical position.

Note File

Part 1 - The Distinctives of Calvinism (1:29:04)

Part 2 - The Sovereignty of God in Scripture Part 1 (1:18:26)

Part 3 - The Sovereignty of God in Scripture Part 2 (1:32:43)

Part 4 - A Defense of the Five Points of Calvinism (1:16:14)

Part 5 - Challenges to Total Depravity Part 1 (1:36:38)

Part 6 - Challenges to Total Depravity Part 2 (1:02:21)

Part 7 - Challenges to Unconditional Election Part 1 (1:20:46)

Part 8 - Challenges to Unconditional Election Part 2 (1:18:26)

Part 9 - Challenges to Limited Atonement (1:17:42)

Part 10 - Challenges to Irresistible Grace (1:12:26)

Part 11 - Challenges to the Perseverance of the Saints (1:36:52)

Part 12 - What Does It Matter? (1:22:19)