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Richard Coords, “Born Again”

, posted by Martin Glynn

This is one of the most famous terms in all of the Bible. Preachers often echo this divine imperative during evangelism: “Unless one is born again he cannot see the kingdom of God. You must…

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Friday Files 11/20

Friday Files: The Character of God

, posted by Martin Glynn

The heart of the Arminian critique of Calvinism is of course the character to God. While we also put tremendous emphasis on God’s sovereignty, it is His character that determines what it is He ordains….

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Important Announcement: Remonstrance Revamp!

, posted by Remonstrance

If you cannot see the player above follow this link to our website for may ways to listen. In March Remonstrance turns five! The first “minisode” of Remonstrance dropped on March 3, 2016, and we have been working…

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James Arminius on Original Sin: A Few Quotes

, posted by AndrewH

Did Arminius affirm “original sin?” What effect did Arminius think Adam’s sin had on later humankind? Here are a few excerpts from The Works of James Arminius: In Volume 2, Disputation 31 “On the Effects…

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Friday Files 11/20

Friday Files: Possibility of Apostasy

, posted by Martin Glynn

On Friday, we like to review a lot of the material we have in our archives. Our goal has always been providing resources for people to use defending the Biblical teaching of salvation. The issue…

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FWS Podcast: Prophecy (Parts 4-9)

, posted by Remonstrance

In this series of podcasts Dr. Vic Reasoner answers the question, “What in the world is God going to do?” In this series Dr. Reasoner will be focusing on major prophetic sections of the Scriptures…

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Robert L. Brush, “Prevenient Grace”

, posted by Jon Gossman

Definition The moving of the Holy Spirit upon the heart before the new birth. The importance of understanding the doctrine This doctrine of the holy Scriptures is a very comforting and encouraging truth when properly…

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Richard Coords, “Boasting”

, posted by Martin Glynn

Calvinism teaches that if you freely chose to believe in Christ, while others did not, then you’d have something to boast about before God. In other words, you could claim to be better and smarter…

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