Monthly Archives For March 2014

Austin Fischer, “Conversations with the Damned”

, posted by SEA

Over the next few weeks, I’ll be responding, directly and indirectly, to some questions and thoughts surrounding the book [ed. note: the author’s book, Young, Restless, No Longer Reformed]. In the next couple of posts,…

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Debate between Austin Fischer and Calvinist James White

, posted by SEA

Here is the audio from the debate between Austin Fischer, the author of Young, Restless and No Longer Reformed, and Calvinist apologist Dr. James White on Unbelievable Radio from February or March of 2014. For a review of the debate…

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Roger Olson, “Arminianism and Providence”

, posted by SEA

One of the questions I’m asked most often is about God’s providence in Arminian theology. Most people know that Arminians do not believe that God micromanages history or human lives–especially not in terms of evil….

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Roger Olson, “Is Arminianism ‘Reformed?'”

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A minor controversy exists among Arminian scholars (and some non-Arminian Reformed scholars have chimed in) about whether classical Arminianism can legitimately lay claim to being part of the Reformed theological tradition. The question is this:…

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Gordon Fee, IVP Commentary on Philippians

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Please click on the link to view Gordon Fee, Philippians (IVP New testament Commentary Series; Downer’s Grove: IVP, 1999). Dr. Fee is an immensely distinguished biblical scholar and exegete. From his Regent College faculty page (accessed…

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Craig S. Keener, IVP Commentary on Matthew

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Click on the link to view Craig S. Keener, Matthew (IVP New testament Commentary Series; Downer’s Grove: IVP, 1997). Keener is a tremendously distinguished scholar. According to his faculty page, he is presently (Feb 2014) Professor…

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Condemnation for Unbelief and the Atonement

, posted by neborg

From John 3:18 (ESV) Whoever believes in him is not condemned, but whoever does not believe is condemned already, because he has not believed in the name of the only Son of God. In this…

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Practicing Freedom: A Lenten Reflection

, posted by SEA

this post was written by SEA member, Rev Matt O’Reilly Everyone needs to be set free. The idea that we come into the world with a will entirely at liberty to choose one path or…

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