Monthly Archives For April 2013

Back in Business

Back in Business

, posted by Martin Glynn

After much tinkering, our website is finally mostly back in order. All of our former material has been transferred from the old platform to the new one, though unfortunately the dates of many (but not all or…

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Free Will Calvinist

Calvinist Advocating Free Will?

, posted by SEA

A little theological humor: Calvinist Kenny Halperman (right) suddenly regretted joining the “Free William Taylor” protest march. (Humor from http://sacredsandwich.com/) You can find the picture with the caption together in the attachment: Calvinist Advocating Free Will (the caption is…

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rejected

The main reason we reject Calvinism

, posted by SEA

I have seen a few posts lately from Calvinist blogs about why people reject Calvinism. One Calvinist blogger stated that the real reason that people reject Calvinism is because we are prideful and want credit…

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air turbine

God uses moral power, not force

, posted by drwayman

“The only sort of power that influences in the spirit realm is moral power. By which is not meant goodness, but that sort of power either bad or good which is not of a physical…

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Dead

The Extent of Spiritual Death

, posted by SEA

This post was written by SEA member, Pastor Christopher C. Chapman “Very, Very Dead” Calvinist Challenge: Ephesians 2:1-2 “And you were dead in the trespasses and sins in which you once walked…” The spirit of…

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Pope

William Burt Pope, A Compendium of Christian Theology

, posted by SEA

William Burt Pope’s 3 volume systematic theology, A COMPENDIUM OF CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY: ANALYTICAL OUTLINES OF A COURSE OF THEOLOGICAL STUDY, BIBLICAL, DOGMATIC, HISTORICAL Volume 1 Volume 2 Volume 3 Here is a description from the…

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2 Wills

Two Wills in God?

, posted by SEA

The following comments (slightly edited) are taken from a SEA member while discussing the subject of the problem with the Calvinist “two wills” view and the suggestion that the Arminian position must likewise adopt essentially…

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