Charlie J. Ray

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Gender Male
Industry Religion
Location Casselberry, Florida, United States
Introduction In God's providence my doctrine has changed from Pentecostal Arminianism to Calvinism and Reformed Anglicanism. My Reformed standards are the Anglican Formularies (39 Articles of Religion, 1662 BCP, the Homilies), with the Westminster Standards and the Three Forms of Unity. Asbury Seminary, Wilmore, KY, 1995, M.Div. Southeastern University, Lakeland, Florida, 1991, B.A., Cum Laude. [Nota Bene: All e-mails to me are considered in the public domain. I reserve the right to post them on the blog. Anonymous comments may or may not be posted at the discretion of the blog owner.] Anglo-Catholicism and Arminianism are heresies. I view Amyraldianism as a departure from Reformed theology and I disagree with the three points of common grace and the "gracious offer". I do post or link to sites that disagree with my views at times and having those sites on my blog does not constitute an endorsement of everything said on those sites. I generally endorse the presuppositional apologetics of Gordon H. Clark. I am open to speak at your church or to debate publicly. 2012 Copyright notice: None of my posts may be used without permission and linked to the original post.
Interests Chess, fishing, hiking, basketball, billiards, swimming.
Favorite Movies Hotel Rwanda. The Ten Commandments. Unforgiven. 3:10 to Yuma.
Favorite Music Caedmon's Call, Jethro Tull, classical hymns, Goose Creek Symphony, Neil Young, Ricky Van Shelton, Bob Dylan.
Favorite Books Archbishop Cranmer's Immortal Bequest, by Samuel Leuenberger. God, Revelation, and Authority (6 vols.) by Carl F.H. Henry. Systematic Theology by Louis Berkhof. Institutes of the Christian Religion, by John Calvin. The Bondage of the Will, by Martin Luther. Outlines of Theology, A.A. Hodge. A New Systematic Theology of the Christian Faith, by Dr. Robert Reymond. Systematic Theology, by Charles Hodge. The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, by Thomas Kuhn. The Existence and Attributes of God, by Steven Charnock.