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While this is definitely an interesting exchange, it is not a very good debate. The topic was supposed to involve both sides presenting a positive exegesis of Romans 9 so that the audience could compare and decide for themselves. Professor Flowers chose to make a presentation on Total Depravity (which was the topic he had originally suggested), and then make some surface-level comments about how his position would be relevant to particular sections of Romans 9. Hence, the formal debate was basically uncontested, but the secondary debate (total depravity) was only partially contested, as James did not get to make a positive presentation on the topic. Despite this (all too common) problem, the discussion is very useful in comparing Reformed theology and exegesis with what calls itself ‚Äútraditionalist‚ÄĚ Southern Baptist views.
Unfortunate Its unfortunate that Flowers was so distracted redefining terms and asking questions that are not raised in the passage that he forgot to actually preach through Romans 9! Im sure if i were James White i wouldnt know what to do with that. If flowerd wants to debate calvinism why not change the contract from Romans 9 Debate to Calvinism? It forces them to two different rooms, only one being agreed upon. Flowers i dont know what your deal is, you seem so passionate and zealous gainst the plain Word of God. Why?
James White is the director of Alpha and Omega Ministries, a Christian apologetics organization based in Phoenix, Arizona. He is a professor, having taught Greek, New Testament Textual Criticism, Church history, and various topics in the field of apologetics. He has authored or...