Monthly Archives For May 2021

Friday Files: Arminian Heritage

, posted by Martin Glynn

History is an important part of theology. It is easy sometimes to think that we have been given the Scripture, and little has happened between then and now. However, the Spirit has not been inactive….

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Friday Files: Calvinist Polemics

, posted by Martin Glynn

This week we are looking at arguments that Calvinists have levied against Arminianism. Can these critiques themselves bear scrutiny? J. C. Thibodaux, Answering Greg Elmquist’s “Four Unanswerable Questions” Martin Glynn, The Funniest Anti-Arminian Post I…

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Richard Coords, “Determinism”

, posted by Martin Glynn

It is common for Calvinists to accuse non-Calvinists of misrepresenting Calvinism whenever we speak of it as “too deterministic.” For instance, Calvinistic apologist Matt Slick, stated in an online debate with Leighton Flowers that he…

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Vic Reasoner, “Gliding With Grider”

, posted by Jon Gossman

The most recent attempt to state the Wesleyan interpretation of theology is found in Kenneth Grider’s A Wesleyan-Holiness Theology (Kansas City: Beacon Hill, 1994). Among Grider’s positive contributions: 1. He interprets “the old man” as…

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FWS Podcast: Doctrinal Dialogues (Parts 11-12)

, posted by Remonstrance

If you cannot see the players above follow this link: Apple Podcasts or this link: Stitcher In these Doctrinal Dialogues, members of the Fundamental Wesleyan Society have a roundtable discussion about various sermons by John…

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Richard Coords, “Decree”

, posted by Martin Glynn

What has God decreed? Does God decree many things, or has God decreed absolutely everything that comes to pass, as per Calvinism? The belief that God has decreed whatsoever comes to pass is what is…

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FWS Podcast: Doctrinal Dialogues (Parts 9-10)

, posted by Remonstrance

If you cannot see the players above follow this link: Apple Podcasts or this link: Stitcher In these Doctrinal Dialogues, members of the Fundamental Wesleyan Society have a roundtable discussion about various sermons by John…

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A.J. Smith, “Delivered From Doubt”

, posted by Jon Gossman

Aaron Jacob Smith (1887-1960) was brought up in a Christian home and professed to have been converted in 1907. Five years later he attended college at University Park, Iowa and professed to be sanctified. He…

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Vic Reasoner, “The Earle & Clarke Exposition”

, posted by Jon Gossman

Adam Clarke was once considered a dunce, yet he learned twenty languages. He overcame his fears to become the most able biblical scholar of his time in the English-speaking world. When he died the Conference…

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Richards Coords, “Deadness”

, posted by Martin Glynn

One of the most influential concepts of Calvinism is spiritual deadness.97 Whereas non-Calvinists speak of humanity as being lost and in need of a Savior, Calvinists speak of humanity as being dead and in need…

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