Dr. W. Robert Godfrey reviews a new book on Jacob Arminius (Keith D. Stanglin and Thomas H. McCall, Jacob Arminius, Theologian of Grace, Oxford University Press, 2012). Godfrey concludes, that the volume Arminius, Theologian of Grace,
succeeds in what it set out to do: present an introduction to the theology of Arminius. The book helped me see Arminius as a theologian of the goodness of God. It did not convince me that he teaches the biblical doctrine of grace.
To read the whole review, click here: Godfrey on Arminius, Theologian of Grace
Al Mohler's essay Moralism is Not the Gospel is well worth reading. Mohler writes
In our own context, one of the most seductive false gospels is moralism. This false gospel can take many forms and can emerge from any number of political and cultural impulses. Nevertheless, the basic structure of moralism comes down to this — the belief that the Gospel can be reduced to improvements in behavior.
You might enjoy Sarah Pulliam Bailey's recent post on Religion News Service addressing the marked decline in Evangelical support for Israel. She quotes some guy named Riddlebarger. Is Support for Israel Waning?