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This Week in Arminianism

, posted by WilliamBirch

Dr. Roger Olson offers: “Why Hyper-Calvinism in Consistent Calvinism,” and “The Dialectic of ‘Nature and Grace’ in Christian Theology.” Traditional Southern Baptists at SBC Today highlight: Leighton Flowers’ “Corporate Election = Impersonal Election?” and Dr….

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Is There More to Arminianism Than Its Five Points?

, posted by WilliamBirch

John Bugay of Triablogue posted a comment from Stephen Wolfe’s Facebook page that suggests Roman Catholicism should be the Calvinist’s greatest focus and opponent, not Arminianism; that the latter should be reduced merely to its…

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This Week in Arminianism

, posted by WilliamBirch

Frank Viola offers some interesting insights into the character of John Calvin: “Shocking Beliefs of John Calvin.” Robin Phillips tells us: “Why I Stopped Being a Calvinist (Part 1): Calvinism Presents a Dehistoricized Bible.” Dr….

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Was Arminius an Open Theist?

, posted by WilliamBirch

There exists a false charge that Arminius’ theology, when consistently maintained, renders one an Open Theist. This charge is merely a rhetorical one, synonymous with the insistence that the only consistent Calvinism is hyper-Calvinism, or…

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Molinists and Ockhamists on the Loose

, posted by Godismyjudge

[Editor’s note: This post comes from a Molinist perspective. SEA does not specifically advocate Molinism, but allows members to hold to either divine simple foreknowledge or Molinism.] This post is a response to Mark Linville’s…

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This Week in Arminianism

, posted by WilliamBirch

Andrew Hnatiuk, of Beyond Calvinism, is “Answering Calvinist Proof-Texts, Part 1 — John 6.” Arminian Perspectives offers: “No Real Choice in Calvinism.” Seedbed highlights: “The Key to Making Lament a Part of Healthy Spirituality,” Matt…

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Roger Olson

Roger Olson, “Calvinism and Evangelism”

, posted by SEA

One of the misconceptions about Calvinism (here meaning belief in T.U.L.I.P. and the eternal decree deciding who will and who will not be saved) is that Calvinists cannot or will not do evangelism. Or, to…

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Death and Resurrection of the Human Will

, posted by drwayman

Properly speaking, or perhaps we should rather say, in this case, psychologically speaking, man’s will can never die. A will is essential to man’s nature, as it is to the nature of every moral being….

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This Week in Arminianism

, posted by WilliamBirch

Leighton Flowers, of Soteriology 101, responds to Calvinist Charles Spurgeon: “What’s Good about That News, Charles?“ Dr. Larry Hurtado highlights: “Textual Transmission of NT Writings in the Second Century,” and “An Extensive Review of N.T….

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Arminius Theologian of Grace

Declared Righteousness or Imputed Righteousness

, posted by drwayman

This post was provided by SEA member Roy Ingle. On both sides of the Arminian and Calvinist debate is the understanding that Christ’s perfect righteousness is imputed to the undeserving sinner who believes in Christ…

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Introducing the New Calvinist Bible (satire)

, posted by kingswoodhart

The following post is a satire, written from the perspective of an overzealous Calvinist. Although Calvinism enjoys much support within evangelical Christianity, there are unfortunately still those who have doubts about certain aspects of it….

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