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Jacob Arminius’ Reformed Views on Justification

, posted by WilliamBirch

Given Arminius’ Reformed context, he argues for the Reformed teaching of Justification by Faith alone, or sola fide. Mark Jones, writing for Reformation21, quotes Herman Witsius to the effect, “Arminius, by his subtlety, frames vain…

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Nathan Finn, “Is Synergism Necessarily Semi-Pelagian?”

, posted by SEA

Please click on the link to view Nathan Finn, “Is Synergism Necessarily Semi-Pelagian?”  Finn is a Calvinist who serves as Associate Professor of Historical Theology and Spiritual Formation at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, North…

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This Week in Arminianism

, posted by WilliamBirch

Andrew Hnatiuk, of Beyond Calvinism, writes: “A.W. Tozer: The Freedom of the Will,” and “A.W. Tozer on Overemphasizing Certain Attributes of God to the Exclusion of Others.” Adam Omelianchuk posts: “Intending and Foreseeing in Selma.”…

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This Week in Arminianism

, posted by WilliamBirch

Dr Craig Keener, of Bible Background, publishes: “When You Have to Stand Alone.” Mike Barlotta, of Dead Heroes Don’t Save, is currently “Blogging Through Grace for All: The God at the Center.” William Birch, of…

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Humanity Needs a Personal God

, posted by drwayman

Humanity demands a [personal] God who can thus be recognized and worshiped. The instinct of reverence and homage, which evidently pervades the human heart, so much so that it has found its place as an…

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This Week in Arminianism

, posted by WilliamBirch

Kingswood Hart, of The Predestination Station, presents: “Structure of Romans — The Whole Letter.” Roger Olson asks: “Is There (Can There Be) a ‘Christian Philosophy’?“ Traditional Southern Baptists of SBC Today offer: “Confessions of a…

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Mike Barlotta – How Free is Free Will?

, posted by g1antfan

Over the last week I have been in a discussion over soteriology, which started with the request to define free will. Free will can be a hard concept to define because there are very different…

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This Week in Arminianism

, posted by WilliamBirch

Steve Manskar, of Wesleyan Leadership, posts: “The Church is Built on Discipleship.” Keith Schooley, of The Schooley Files, writes: “Feed My Sheep.” Traditional Southern Baptists at SBC Today hosts Dr. Donald S. Fox’s article, regarding…

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Compatibilism vs. Free Will

, posted by WilliamBirch

God’s relationship with not only His universe but also the creatures whom He created in His own image has been debated, fashioned, and refashioned throughout the history of the Church. From what one may gather,…

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