Played the very odd section of a radio program from Detroit where Norman Geisler accused the Reformed of holding to "theological racism" and that we (the Reformed) went "berserk" in response to Chosen But Free, which, we likewise learned, was the first attack upon our beliefs by a "major scholar." Went from there to a quick review of John Calvin Goes to Berkeley, and finished up with a number of calls on generally Reformed themes, including one on Molinism. Here's the program.
I think that Dr White went a little too far to say that all of Norman Geisler's single authored books are worse than his co-authored books. I've only read Geisler's Chosen But Free and a couple of books he co-authored and I agree that Chosen But Free is really bad, but I would not go as far to say that all of them are bad.
It was also interesting listening to Dr. White's review of John Calvin Goes to Berkeley. I'd like to read it to see if I agree with him on it. I'd highly recommend listening to this installment of the dividing line.
Today on a Radio Free Geneva: Norman Geisler and "Theological Racism"