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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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This Week in Arminianism

, posted by WilliamBirch

Nick Quient, of Split Frame of Reference, writes: “Drinking From The Deep Creedal Wells: Nicaea, Christology, and Salvation-History.” Andrew Hnutiak, of Beyond Calvinism, posts: “Thomas Grantham, ‘Christ Did, in the Place and Stead of Mankind,…

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Acts 13.48

F. Leroy Forlines on Acts 13:48

, posted by SEA

Acts 13:48  And when the Gentiles heard this, they were glad, and glorified the word of the Lord: and as many as were ordained to eternal life believed (KJV).Of all of the verses in the Bible,…

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This Week in Arminianism

, posted by WilliamBirch

Christopher Chapman, of A Disciple’s Theology, posts: “Reading and Believing the Whole Bible.” Andrew C. Thompson highlights: “Wesleyan Practices of Evangelism.” Roy Ingle, of Arminian Today, writes: “The Contrasts in John 3:36.” Seedbed offers: “12…

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This Week in Arminianism

, posted by WilliamBirch

Mike Barlotta, of Dead Heroes Don’t Save, argues against a common but erroneous challenge to Arminianism in “Neutral Zone Infraction.” Arminian Theology responds: “Feedback: Arminians Limit the Power of the Atonement.” Dr. Craig Keener, of…

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This Week in Arminianism

, posted by WilliamBirch

Matt O’Reilly, of Orthodoxy for Everyone, posts: “Objectivity Redivivus? Holloway vs. N.T. Wright.” Martin Glynn, of The Irish Protestant, critiqued Geoff Ashley’s “Do We Have Free Will” (Part One, Part Two). Craig Adams, of Commonplace…

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