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Remonstrance Episode 24: Sanctification (Part 2)

, posted by Remonstrance

If you cannot see the player above follow this link: Remonstrance Episode 24 In this episode we will continue discussing the doctrine of sanctification from a Wesleyan-Arminian perspective. To do so we will be continuing…

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Remonstrance Episode 23: Sanctification (Part 1)

, posted by Remonstrance

If you cannot see the player above follow this link: Remonstrance Episode 23 In this episode we will be discussing the doctrine of sanctification from a Wesleyan-Arminian perspective. To do so we will be working…

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Friday Files, 12 Jan 18

, posted by K.W. Leslie

It’s The Friday Files, our weekly stack of links: We highlight older SEA posts, and highlight stuff from around the Arminian and non-Calvinist blogosphere. Names in green indicate SEA members. Inclusion isn’t necessarily approval or…

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The Joy of the Remonstrance

, posted by Martin Glynn

On January 14th, 1610, several theologians met in the Hague to issue forth a statement of protest against the established order of the Reformed Church. This statement became a simple remonstrance, stating for clarification 5…

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Friday Files, 5 Jan 18

, posted by K.W. Leslie

It’s The Friday Files, our weekly stack of links: We highlight older SEA posts, and highlight stuff from around the Arminian and non-Calvinist blogosphere. Names in green indicate SEA members. Inclusion isn’t necessarily approval or…

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The Five Articles of Remonstrance

, posted by Justin Moser

[This document was originally created about 1610 by the Remonstrants, the followers of Arminius, to outline the doctrines of the early Arminians. The Five Articles were condemned at the Synod of Dort in 1619]

Article 1

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Friday Files, 29 Dec 17

, posted by K.W. Leslie

It’s The Friday Files, our weekly stack of links: We highlight older SEA posts, and highlight stuff from around the Arminian and non-Calvinist blogosphere. Names in green indicate SEA members. Inclusion isn’t necessarily approval or…

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Remonstrance Episode 20: Wesley on Free Will

, posted by Remonstrance

If you cannot see the player above follow this link: Remonstrance Episode 20 Now it is John Wesley’s turn. What did Wesley have to say about free will? Is his understanding also better understood as…

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John Wesley: 12 Rules for Leaders

, posted by drwayman

Wesley enlisted helpers for the Methodist movement.  These were lay preachers who helped the movement grow.  Here are his “Rules of an Assistant” that were to be followed by these lay preachers.  What would happen…

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Friday Files, 22 Dec 17

, posted by K.W. Leslie

It’s the third-week-of-Advent, three-days-till-Christmas edition of The Friday Files, our weekly stack of links: We highlight older SEA posts, and highlight stuff from around the Arminian and non-Calvinist blogosphere. Names in green indicate SEA members….

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Remonstrance Episode 19: Arminius on Free Will

, posted by Remonstrance

If you cannot see the player above follow this link: Remonstrance Episode 19 Is it true that Calvinists believe in predestination and Arminians believe in free will? Not really. In this episode we discuss what…

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John Wesley and Eastern Orthodoxy

, posted by drwayman

John Wesley lived and died an Anglican priest.  Being the founder of Wesleyanism, not only did he incorporate much of Arminius’ thoughts into Wesleyanism, he also incorporated a fair amount of Eastern Orthodoxy. Note these…

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