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5.0 out of 5 stars Debating Calvinism: Five Points, Two Views
Having taken a keen interest in this subject over the years I was keen to read what these two brethren would say about their respective positions.

As the debate developed it became clear that James White was a coherent and able advocate for 5 point Calvinism. He put his views across lucidly and with the utmost clarity. However, I believe that Dave Hunt was...
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1.0 out of 5 stars MORE SATANIC JESUITICAL ARMINIAN FILTH FROM HUNT
Hunt again sets forth his lack of spiritual discernment promoting the false doctrines of Arminian Dispensationalism He is (was) a false teacher leading the gullible astray - a wolf in sheeps clothing . Its a pity that James White (also exposed all over the internet) challenged Hunt and not a true Bible Believing Calvinist. So the book was written by two heretics & is...
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5.0 out of 5 stars Debating Calvinism: Five Points, Two Views, 22 May 2006
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Having taken a keen interest in this subject over the years I was keen to read what these two brethren would say about their respective positions.

As the debate developed it became clear that James White was a coherent and able advocate for 5 point Calvinism. He put his views across lucidly and with the utmost clarity. However, I believe that Dave Hunt was the clear winner for one very important reason - he used the Bible to back up his views and not Confessions of Faith and the statements of leading Calvinists.

Indeed, Hunt quoted verse after verse to disprove White's system and all White could do was respond by making what seemed to be personal attacks on Hunt.

If you want a good overview of the respective positions then this book is for you.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Biblicism verses Calvinism or the Bible Verses Man's theology, 30 May 2012
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It is a long time since I read this book, but reading the uk reviews I felt I had to add my two pennies worth.
It is clear from a biblical perspective, that Hunt was the winner as his veiw presents the biblical, anti-Arminian/Calvinist veiw. Claims of misunderstanding are typical and disengenuous, as all cults would make the claim thet their antagonists just don't understand them. As well as shallowly labeling their antagonists as something undesirable, like arminian. Just for the information of those who use such scholarly tactics Hunts veiw will more than likely get you labeled with the undesirable label of calvinist by actual arminians. I speak from experience. Both are false systems of theology.
I read that White himself felt he had done badly in the debate and wished he'd had more time.
I enjoyed the format and whichever side you take I think there is something to be learned from it. Hopefully it will inspire some teeth gnashing Augustinians to read Hunt's book What Love Is This, or Vances, The Other Side of Calvinism, if they have the guts.
God bless you.
Believe on the Lord Jesus and thou shalt be saved.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Half and half, 13 Oct 2009
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An interesting book with a good presentation of the Calvinist position, but a much poorer case for the anti/non-reformed views. James White does an excellent biblical and scholarly job, presenting the doctrines of grace and God's sovereignty in salvation cogently and exegetically, while Dave Hunt often does not even stick to the subject at hand, and resorts mostly to shocking straw-men argumentation, shrill rhetoric, scattergun approaches and throwing around tons of passages that often have no relevance to the issue on debate. Thus, my criticism would be that the publishers could have found someone of a higher calibre to argue for the anti-Calvinist position. However, the book is actually a great starting point for anyone getting involved in this debate, as it will concisely present what Calvinism really teaches and also address some of the most common arguments against it, as well as reveal the tone that this debate often takes.
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1.0 out of 5 stars MORE SATANIC JESUITICAL ARMINIAN FILTH FROM HUNT, 12 Feb 2014
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Hunt again sets forth his lack of spiritual discernment promoting the false doctrines of Arminian Dispensationalism He is (was) a false teacher leading the gullible astray - a wolf in sheeps clothing . Its a pity that James White (also exposed all over the internet) challenged Hunt and not a true Bible Believing Calvinist. So the book was written by two heretics & is therefore only good for pulpling . May The Lord Jesus Christ deliver Arminian dispensationalists from hell-fire
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