Monthly Archives For June 2018

Friday Files, 29 June 2018

, posted by K.W. Leslie

It’s the Sts. Peter and Paul Day edition of the Friday Files, your weekly Wayback Machine for SEA’s previous articles. The views expressed therein aren’t necessarily those of SEA and its members; we provide them…

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What Does it Mean to Be Wesleyan?

, posted by drwayman

When Jesus was asked what was God’s most important requirement of us, He said that it was to love God with one’s whole being. He added that loving other people in the same way as…

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Friday Files, 22 June 2018

, posted by K.W. Leslie

It’s the St. Nicetas of Remesiana Day edition of the Friday Files, your weekly reminder that there’s such a thing as a Friday Files: “Oh! Links to SEA posts from years ago. That’s kinda nice….

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Friday Files, 15 June 2018

, posted by K.W. Leslie

It’s the St. Vitus’s Day edition of the Friday Files, your weekly reminder that SEA has been posting stuff for years, and you haven’t read all of it. Unless you have, in which case it’s…

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Free Ebook: Arminianism FAQ by Roger E. Olson

, posted by AndrewH

In 2014, Seedbed Publishing (Asbury Theological Seminary) teamed up with Dr Roger E. Olson to turn his blog series “Arminianism FAQ” into a free 25 page ebook, which is now available in English and Portuguese….

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Friday Files, 8 June 2018

, posted by K.W. Leslie

It’s the St. Melania the Elder Day edition of the Friday Files. Today we look back at previous SEA posts. I know; we do that every time we do the Friday Files. But today’s different!…

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FWS Podcast: The Trinity

, posted by Remonstrance

In these episodes, Dr. Vic Reasoner will discuss the doctrine of the Trinity. Alternative Link: The Trinity (Part 1) Alternative Link: The Trinity (Part 2)    

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Friday Files, 1 June 2018

, posted by K.W. Leslie

It’s the St. Justin Martyr Day edition of the Friday Files, when we look back at previous SEA posts and think, “Wait, we posted that five years ago? I can’t believe it’s been five years…

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