Sam Shamoun abandons Calvinism. Is he now a heretic? By paulwilliamsbloggingtheologycom on November 13, 2017 • ( 6 ) Share this:ShareFacebookEmailWhatsAppTumblrTwitterLike this:Like Loading...‹ Deputy Führer of extremist ‘Britain First’ is fooling no one.Paul’s Walk! Brother Paul vs 7 Christians!? | Speakers Corner | Hyde Park ›Categories: Christianity
He is not a heretic; but he has deep anger issues.
From what I understand, he abandoned Definite / Particular / Limited Atonement (the one that most people struggle with the most), but I have not seen him explain abandoning the other 4 or 3 points ( ? – did he abandon 3 more or 4 more?). Maybe he doesn’t believe in Perseverance of the Saints either, since, from what I could tell, he thought a Roman Catholic Trent Horn won the debate and made a lot of good arguments against James White in their debate on “Can a true Christian Loose Salvation?”
Or he could be a one point Calvinist, or a four point or 3 point Calvinist.
But his statement above seems to imply he does not believe any of the 5 points of Calvinism, but may still hold to Perseverance of the Saints. (a 1 pointer)
Every Christian believes in Predestination:
I reviewed the debate between Horn and White on my blog. Shamoun commented and said the following:
“Even though I have had a fall out with White, I still wanted him to win since I take his position.”
This was in February though so he may have changed since then.
you are right. But he may have changed his position since then, as you wrote.