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Nathan Finn, “Is Synergism Necessarily Semi-Pelagian?”

, posted by SEA

Please click on the link to view Nathan Finn, “Is Synergism Necessarily Semi-Pelagian?”  Finn is a Calvinist who serves as Associate Professor of Historical Theology and Spiritual Formation at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, North…

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R. C. Sproul, Arminianism, and Semi-Pelagianism

, posted by drwayman

written by Roger E. Olson, PhD Many years ago, as I was emerging out of my fundamentalist-Pentecostal cocoon into the larger world of evangelicalism (during seminary studies at an evangelical Baptist seminary) I was helped…

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Prevenient Grace and Semi-Pelagianism

, posted by Godismyjudge

This post is a response to Scott Christensen’s article “Prevenient Grace and Semi-Pelagianism”. (link) One of the main aspects of Mr. Christensen’s article is calling Arminians Semi-Pelagian. Pelagius was a heretic condemned by the early…

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Are Arminians Semi-Pelagian?

, posted by Godismyjudge

Calling Arminians Pelagian or Semi-Pelagian is somewhat of a tradition within Calvinism. The Synod of Dort repeatedly did so, clearing the path for generations to come. I recently completed a study on John Owen’s book…

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Eric Landstrom, Semi-Pelagian or Semi-Augustinian?

, posted by Eric Landstrom

The term “Semi-Pelagian” is often bandied about by laymen as a summary term that is descriptive of those persons who follow in the Arminian and Wesleyan theological traditions. AA. Hodge defined the term, stating: Semi-Pelagianism…

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Friday Files 11/20

Friday Files: Depravity

, posted by Martin Glynn

It is a common strawman to say that Arminians do not believe in Total Depravity. It has been refuted so thoroughly and is in such contradiction to all Arminian literature, that it is amazing that…

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Richard Coords, “Choice Principles”

, posted by Martin Glynn

If there was a decree by which every thought, word and deed for all humanity was predetermined, then all of our choices would not be independently our own, and without independent choices, you could have…

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X-Calvinist Corner Files: Testimony # 28

, posted by Martin Glynn

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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X-Calvinist Corner Files: Testimony # 53

, posted by Martin Glynn

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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Arminianism

, posted by SEA

[Editor’s note: This is an excerpt of a book by a Traditionalist/Provisionist author and an Arminian (see the reference at the end of the article). SEA publishes a variety of perspectives and sometimes non-Arminians when…

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Roy Ingle, “The Misuse of Romans 7”

, posted by SEA

One of the worst misuses of Scripture to justify sinful living comes from Romans 7. How often have I heard people trying to justify their struggle with a particular sin by appealing to Romans 7….

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Roy Ingle, “What Must I Do To Be Arminian?”

, posted by SEA

Breaking free from any views we hold is often very difficult for us. Few Democrats ever become Republicans without years of thought. Few Baptists ever become Presbyterians without something or someone influencing them in such…

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