Monthly Archives For January 2015

This Week in Arminianism

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Craig Adams, of Commonplace Holiness, brings us: “Why I Love the Summa Theologica of Thomas Aquinas” and “Creation’s True Unity is in Christ.” Roy Ingle, of Arminian Today, posts: “In All Thy Doing, Give Them…

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Mike Barlotta – 3 Characteristics of Predestination

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In “The Softer Face of Calvinism” (Christianity Today), it is argued that, rather than appealing to theologians to understand Reformed theology, one should use the Reformed confessions and creeds. The confessions, therefore, form an important…

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This Week in Arminianism

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Dale Wayman, of IRONSTRIKES, highlights: “Being Spiritual But Not Obnoxious,” “The Invisible Man and His Shadow,” and “God Welcome But Not Necessary.” Brendan Burnett, of The Lord’s Disciple, posts: “A.W. Tozer on Divine Sovereignty and…

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A Calvinistic Baptist Enlightened by Jacob Arminius

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A Latin expression known as ad fontes translates, literally, “to the fountains,” interpreted as “to the sources,” a command to read primary sources. Dr. Mark A. Ellis, a Calvinist pastor of a Calvinistic Baptist church,…

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Michael Patton, “12 Myths About Arminianism”

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C. Michael Patton runs a rather unique ministry in Oklahoma. He runs Reclaiming the Mind Ministries which includes such diverse offerings as a theological coffee house (Credo House), in-depth DVD courses taught by renowned scholars…

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