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Jerry Walls, “The Sovereignty of God”

, posted by SEA

The sovereignty of God is a vitally important truth Wesleyans badly need to recover. This is not only because it is crucial for understanding the biblical drama, but also because many Wesleyans have tended to…

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Why I Care about Calvinism

, posted by SEA

[This post was taken from here at the Impefect Reflections blog, where comments can be posted.] A week or two ago, I mentioned a post I was working on to my friend James, about a…

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Church Fathers on Libertarian Free Will

, posted by Godismyjudge

Clement of Rome: (Knew Peter and Paul personally. He was the third or fourth bishop of Rome. Tradition has identified him with the Clement who is mentioned in Philippians 4:3) “For no other reason does…

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John Piper, “Is Faith Meritorious?”

, posted by SEA

Please click on the link to view John Piper, “Is Faith Meritorious?” A John Piper article on the Society of Evangelical Arminians website? Yes indeed, for in addressing the question, “Is faith meritorious?” he gives an Arminian…

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‘The Case for Inclusivism’: An Arminian Response

, posted by

I recently read a 2012 blog post written by Kevin Jackson over at Wesleyan Arminian on The Case for Inclusivism. This blog particularly interests me as a classical Arminian, as I am an Exclusivist, yet Kevin also believes, “All Arminians ought to reject…

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The Case for Inclusivism

, posted by Martin Glynn

This article is by Kevin Jackson of Wesleyan Arminian Inclusivism is the Christian doctrine that teaches it is possible to be justified through Jesus Christ without explicit or complete knowledge of who he is. Specifically,…

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Things Calvinists Really Need To Stop Saying

, posted by Evan Minton

Calvinists say some of the darndest things. In debates with Calvinists, some of these things can be very annoying and contribute to an unfruitful discussion. When I press my objections against Calvinists, I usually get…

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