5 edition of Spurgeon v. Hyper-Calvinism found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Spurgeon versus Hyper-Calvinism|
|Statement||Iain H. Murray.|
|LC Classifications||BX6495.S7 M83 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 164 p. :|
|Number of Pages||164|
David Engelsma's 'Hyper Calvinism and The Call Of The Gospel' he attempts to escape the charge of hyper calvinist, I don't think he suceeds, but the book is a good expose' of Gospel Standard Hypers and their denial of duty faith. You could argue this is a book by a High calvinist attacking hypers. The book would certainly expose The Banner of Truth Trust and all hypo-Calvinists throughout history as undermining the doctrine of the sovereignty of God. Spurgeon v. Hyper-Calvinism. The latest missile in Iain Murray’s war against Calvinism is his book, Spurgeon v. Hyper-Calvinism: The Battle for Gospel Preaching.
That paper, much extended, was later published in book format by the Banner of Truth Trust, with the title of "Spurgeon V. Hyper-Calvinism: The Battle for Gospel Preaching." In that book, Spurgeon is allowed to speak for himself by the many quotations taken from his published sermons in both the New Park Street Pulpit and the Metropolitan. In Spurgeon v. Hyper-Calvinism, Iain Murray draws four lessons from that conflict: 1. “Genuine evangelical Christianity is never of an exclusive spirit. Any view of the truth which undermines catholicity has gone astray from Scripture.” Spurgeon disagreed with hyper-Calvinists who “made faith in election a part of saving faith and thus either denied the Christianity.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: xv, pages ; 18 cm: Contents: An introduction to Spurgeon --A life of testimony to the word of God --An impression of Spurgeon in early years by F. Curtis --The controversy with hyper-Calvinism --The combatants and the cause of the controversy --The case against Spurgeon --Spurgeon. Charles Spurgeon, great and blessed London preacher, was a Calvinist though he spoke against “hyper-Calvinism,” and called it that; and his hyper-Calvinist friends criticized him for preaching that “whosoever will” may come. In his sermon on Sunday morning, Ma , on Isaiah , Spurgeon said.
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But Spurgeon v. Hyper-Calvinism is relevant reading for this reason: by identifying and broadcasting what Hyper-Calvinism is, mere Calvinism may be spared, or cleared of, some misrepresentation, which in turn could lead to an embracing of this fine orthodoxy by some open-minded seekers after Truth/5(23).
This book is useful for understanding C. Spurgeon's battles with genuine hyper-Calvinism. The problem is that the author lumps high-Calvinism in with hyper-Calvinism, and thus assumes that anyone who denies that God sincerely loves and desires the salvation of the reprobate is a hyper-Calvinist/5.
AN INTRODUCTION TO SPURGEON: 1: A Life of Testimony to the Word of God 3: 2: An Impression of Spurgeon in Early Years by F. Curtis: PART TWO: THE CONTROVERSY WITH: HYPER-CALVINISM: 3: The Combatants and the Cause of the Controversy: 4: The Case Against Spurgeon: 5: Spurgeon’s Fourfold Appeal to 5/5(1).
Spurgeon, contra Hyper-Calvinism, believed in the universal love of God for all men. He also believed, contra Arminianism, in the particular electing love of God for his chosen bride.
From what [Spurgeon taught] on the universal love of God, Hyper-Calvinists deduced that Spurgeon did not believe in a special electing love which secures the. The book itself focuses in on an early controversy in the ministry of Charles Haddon Spurgeon.
A lot of folks are probably aware of Spurgeon’s battle against the rise of Arminianism in his own day, but far fewer are aware that the Prince of Preachers fought on a different front, that of Hyper-Calvinism, shining the light of Scripture on this.
But Spurgeon v. Hyper-Calvinism is relevant reading for this reason: by identifying and broadcasting what Hyper-Calvinism is, mere Calvinism may be spared, or cleared of, some misrepresentation, which in turn could lead to an embracing of this fine orthodoxy by some open-minded seekers after Truth/5.
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Hyper-Calvinism, Iain Murray draws four lessons from that conflict: 1. “Genuine evangelical Christianity is never of an exclusive spirit. Any view of the truth which undermines catholicity has gone astray from Scripture.” Spurgeon disagreed with hyper-Calvinists who “made faith in election a part of saving faith and thus either denied the Christianity of all professed.
Spurgeon v. Hyper-Calvinism. a Hyper-Calvinist, or you just want to understand more of the heart of true Calvinism, I would highly recommend this book. Spurgeon is very gracious in his defenses, yet puts forth the truth. Link to Buy. Posted by Seth McBee at 1/21/ AM.
Spurgeon v. Hyper-Calvinism is an excellent book (for Calvinists and non-Calvinists alike) for understanding the difference between biblical, evangelical Calvinism and the erroneous Hyper-Calvinism, but it also helps us to see and be energized for the ever-contemporary need to take the gospel out to all people, offering Christ to every sinner.
The book is an easy read, and I recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about Spurgeon, Calvinism, or Hyper-Calvinism. In Reformed circles, we talk and hear a great deal about our differences with our Armenian brothers, but we take little time to articulate why we are not Hyper-Calvinists.
Hyper-Calvinism: The Battle for Gospel Preaching (Banner of Truth, ) is a short book that describes the great Charles Spurgeon’s battles with the Hyper-Calvinists of his day.
While many Calvinists point to Spurgeon as a hero against Arminian theology, it is rare to see him held up as an example of avoiding the Hyper-Calvinist tendencies. The One Book: Spurgeon V. Hyper-Calvinism: The Battle for Gospel Preaching I don’t remember how I came across the book but I do remember the warming light of its content breaking into my immature thinking when I started reading it.
A Crucial Text — C H Spurgeon on 1 Timothy4. The Injury Done by Hyper-Calvinism and Antinomianism— Words of Witness from Spurgeon. A Diagram of English Baptist History by Robert W Oliver. Author. Description Spurgeon Vs. Hyper-Calvinism The Battle for Gospel Preaching. In this book, Iain Murray gives us the historical account of the labors of Charles Haddon Spurgeon against extreme Calvinists who saw no need to preach the gospel to all men, since only the elect would be saved, and that by God’s sovereign choice.
But as early as this brought him into a serious and prolonged doctrinal controversy with Hyper-Calvinism By tracing this conflict, exploring the issues involved in it and showing what was at stake in them, Iain Murray underlines the contemporary relevance and importance of sharing Spurgeon’s convictions.
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Murray, Spurgeon v. Hyper-Calvinism: The Battle for Gospel Preaching (Edinburgh: Banner of Truth Trust, ), 88– Posted by Tony Byrne at. One of the prominent leaders of the time even doubted Spurgeon’s salvation. Spurgeon said, “I do not hesitate to say, that Phariseeism is mixed with Hyper-Calvinism more than with any other sect in the world.” Spurgeon’s theology could not be fit into a box.
Though he called himself a Calvinist, he did not hold with all points of Calvinism. In this short book Iain Murray details C.H. Spurgeon's lifelong battle with hyper-Calvinism. Murray does an excellent job of showing the differences between historic Calvinism and the strict systematic Calvinism that has done so much damage to the Church.
This book is a powerful corrective to the excesses of Reformed theology.5/5(5). I love to proclaim these strong old doctrines, that are called by nickname Calvinism, but which are surely and verily the revealed truth of God as it is in Christ Jesus.” —Charles Spurgeon.
In Dr. Steven Lawson’s book, The Gospel Focus of Charles Spurgeon, Dr. Lawson argues that not only was Spurgeon a Calvinist, but his fervent. If I may recommend an excellent book, which I quoted from above, it would be Spurgeon v.
Hyper-Calvinism: The Battle for Gospel Preaching by Iain H. Murray. There is no doubt that Charles Haddon Spurgeon () was an ardent Calvinist, while at the same time an eminent winner of souls.