Wednesday, April 08, 2009

Stephen Garrett on Hyperism


By Stephen Garrett

Conversion, says the "Reformed" or "Hybrid" ("Hyper") Calvinist, is the act of the regenerated sinner, but regeneration is the act of God. He thus makes both conversion and regeneration to be either an act of God or of a sinner, regenerate or unregenerate, and excludes the idea that they can be both.

The logic of these misguided Calvinists has led them to make distinctions where they ought not, and to make a thing an "either or" case when they ought not.

[For the rest of this article and other recent posts by Stephen Garrett, go to BaptistGadfly]

Hyperism & False Dichotomy
KJV-only Claims
Profiting From Bible Reading
Defining Hyper Calvinism
Farstad on NIV
Akin on the Ordo Salutis
Norris & KJV-only Claims
Spurgeon's Conversion
Effects of Hyper Calvinism
We Can Trust God


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