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Friday Files, 24 May 2019

, posted by K.W. Leslie

It’s the St Joanna’s Day edition of the Friday Files, our “this week in SEA history” feature. Views in the articles don’t necessarily reflect those of SEA, and our members’ names are in blue. Posts…

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Jabez Burns, “Conversation on Predestination”

, posted by K.W. Leslie

This comes from Jabez Burns’s 1849 book Doctrinal Conversations. INQUIRER. “What are we to understand by the doctrine of predestination?” MINISTER. “It is the determination of God’s mind in reference to things to come.” INQUIRER….

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Friday Files, 17 May 2019

, posted by K.W. Leslie

It’s the St Restituta’s Day edition of the Friday Files, SEA’s sixth-day look back at previously posted pieces. Their views sometimes reflect those of SEA; sometimes not. Our members’ names are in blue. Posts from…

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Kevin R.K. Davis, “Powerful Grace”

, posted by Martin Glynn

GRACE: GOD WILL GET HIS WAY In my dips in Calvinism, the word “grace” for me became a much more active, powerful force in the Kingdom of God. If it was inevitable, going to do…

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Roy Ingle, “The Character of God”

, posted by SEA

The debate over Calvinism and Arminianism often turns into a battle over the sovereignty of God. Many Calvinists assume that Arminians do not believe in the sovereignty of God nor in the doctrines of election…

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Friday Files, 10 May 2019

, posted by K.W. Leslie

It’s the St Job’s Day edition of the Friday Files—although St. Job’s Day was yesterday if you’re Lutheran, Missouri Synod; last week if you’re Orthodox; last month if you’re Coptic. Yet another example of how…

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Friday Files, 3 May 2019

, posted by K.W. Leslie

It’s the Sts. Philip and James the Less’s Day edition of the Friday Files, where we blow some of the dust off our previous articles and links, and read ’em again. If their views don’t…

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Friday Files, 26 April 2019

, posted by K.W. Leslie

It’s the St. Peter of Rates’s Day edition of the Friday Files, SEA’s weekly glance back at the articles and links we’ve posted previously. Their views frequently reflect those of SEA, but there are exceptions,…

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