Monthly Archives For May 2016

This Week in Arminianism

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Roy Ingle, of Arminian Today, calls on Calvinists to Confront the Rhetoric of [Calvinist] Jeff Durbin against Arminians and other non-Calvinists. The Wartburg Watch posts: “Neo-Calvinists in Charge: Are They Creating a Divisive ‘Us vs. Them’…

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In Calvinism, God Is the Problem of Evil

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John Piper argues that, when kings are “in their God-appointed place, with or without Satan’s agency, they are in the sway of God’s sovereign will.”1 He quotes Daniel 2:20-21; 4:17, and Proverbs 21:1, failing to…

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This Week in Arminianism

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  Andrew, from Beyond Calvinism, brings us “Substitution” in the work, Great Words of the Gospel, from the great Henry A. Ironside. Evan Minton, of Cerebral Faith, posts: “Logical Fallacies Series — Part 1: Introduction…

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Vic Reasoner, “An Arminian Covenant Theology”

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Too many Arminians have pushed their tray through the theological cafeteria, accepting a helping of whatever sounded good. Before we accept all the popular theology of the celebrity teachers, we had better determine upon what…

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The Calvinist Conception of God on Trial

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A Calvinist named Jared responds to an Arminian post entitled “The Devious and Duplicitous Mind of the Calvinist God,” and entitles his response “God on Trial,” which I think is quite the misnomer. God is…

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This Week in Arminianism

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Dr. Leighton Flowers, of Soteriology 101, engages Calvinists who insist, “We Are Not Determinists!” and also posts a link to “Philosophical Reflections on Free Will on the The Society of Evangelical Arminians website. Kevin Jackson, of Wesleyan…

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This Week in Arminianism

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Dr. Brian Abasciano presents his “Reply to James White on 1 John 5:1 on the Order of Faith and Regeneration.” Roy Ingle, of Arminian Today, presents “The Arminian Affirmation of the Atonement,” teaches us “How…

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Why Calvinists Should Advance Arminius

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Arminianism, as with the overall theology of the early Church fathers, will never die. Calvinism experiences ebb and flow in popularity but Arminianism and other non-Calvinistic theological systems remain constant. I argue, though, that Calvinists…

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