Monthly Archives For February 2016

This Week in Arminianism

, posted by

Nelson Banuchi, of By the Tree, posts on the Greek word κόσμος, World, at John 3:16 — a word that does not lexically refer to “the unconditionally elect.” William Birch offers: “Calvinism Does Not ‘Line…

Read Post →

This Week in Arminianism

, posted by

James Leonard, of Arminian Baptist, tackles the subject of worship styles in his post: “Neither Traditional Nor Contemporary But Engagement.” Dr. Will Willimon, of A Peculiar Prophet, presents part one of “Pastor: The Theology and…

Read Post →

Life after Arminius: The Arminians and Dordt

, posted by

After the death of Arminius, anti-Arminian Calvinists become emboldened, which merely attests to the place of prominence granted Arminius within his own lifetime: with Arminius still alive, the anti-Arminians find lording their doctrines over the…

Read Post →

This Week in Arminianism

, posted by

Asbury’s Seedbed highlights: “A Guide for Christian Fasting through Lent,” “Lent Re-orients Us to the Gospel,” and “Keeping Lent: 10 Ways to Walk through Lent.” Dale Wayman, of IRONSTRIKES, presents: “Trusting God,” “My Little Plastic…

Read Post →

Roy Ingle, “Arminianism And The Glory of God”

, posted by SEA

The Church today seems to be caught up with self. Visit your local Christian bookstore and you will find entire sections entitled, “Self Help” filled with books but visit the “Theology” section and you will…

Read Post →

Loraine Boettner’s Botched Church History

, posted by

The Church history of Loraine Boettner (1901-1990), as such intersects with Calvinism, is a world of fantastical claims not at all grounded in reality. From the Grace Online Library, Boettner is quoted as insisting, “It…

Read Post →

This Week in Arminianism

, posted by

James Leonard, of Arminian Baptist, posts: “Three Things Every Pastor Should Do on Monday.” Andrew, from Acts 20v20, asks: “Can 5-Point Calvinism Ever Lead to a ‘Great Missionary Movement’?“ Roy Ingle, of Arminian Today, blogs:…

Read Post →