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Richie Clark: Types of Arminians

, posted by Richard Clark

If an error box appears, scroll down to see if there is a working video box underneath it. This video may also be accessed on YouTube here.

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Dan Sheffield, “Mission, Witness and Prevenient Grace”

, posted by AndrewH

Please click on the link to read Dan Sheffield, “Mission, Witness and Prevenient Grace”, available from the author’s blog: Dan Sheffield, “Mission, Witness and Prevenient Grace”   Related posts: How Prevenient Grace Shapes Our Missional…

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FWS Podcast: Christian Roots (Part 7)

, posted by Remonstrance

If you cannot see the player above follow this link: Apple Podcasts or this link: Stitcher This is the seventh episode in a series where Dr. Vic Reasoner takes a journey through Church History. This…

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The Arminian Confession of 1621 (Daily Devotional)

, posted by QuantumGreg

Some writings are just meant to be read over and over. And it was through The Society of Evangelical Arminians (SEA) that I first encountered an English translation of this old Dutch Reformation document translated…

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FWS Podcast: Christian Roots (Part 6)

, posted by Remonstrance

If you cannot see the player above follow this link: Apple Podcasts or this link: Stitcher This is the sixth episode in a series where Dr. Vic Reasoner takes a journey through Church History. This…

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X-Calvinist Corner Files: Testimony # 18

, posted by SEA

The X-Calvinist Corner is a page on this website that shares the stories of people who were once Calvinist but have left Calvinism for a more Arminian theology. This series (The X-Calvinist Corner Files) highlights one of…

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A. J. Derxsen, “Breaking the Golden Chain”

, posted by Steven Wolf

BREAKING THE GOLDEN CHAIN I don’t find the infamous (from an Arminian standpoint) “Golden Chain” very threatening. (1) Calvinistic “irresistible” conversion of unsaved individuals is nowhere in view, for three reasons. a) It’s the already-converted…

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