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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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Remonstrance Episode #10: Wesley on Predestination

, posted by Remonstrance

If you cannot see the player above follow this link: Remonstrance Episode #10  In this episode we will be talking about John Wesley’s doctrine of Predestination. In doing so we will touch on Wesley’s understanding…

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Remonstrance Minisode 18: On Predestination

, posted by Martin Glynn

If you cannot see the web player above follow this link: Remonstrance Minisode 18 This minisode will begin a three podcast series that will examine Wesley’s teaching on Predestination. For this episode we will be…

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God, Predestination & Foreknowledge

, posted by jeremyo1610

I recently heard someone say that God is watching and waiting, to see what we are going to do and what choices we will make. This person went on to say that because God is…

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Denying Double Predestination

, posted by drwayman

“The doctrine of the unconditional election of a part, necessarily implies the unconditional reprobation of the rest. I know some who hold to the former, seem to deny the latter; for they represent God as…

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James Pedlar, “John Wesley on Predestination”

, posted by SEA

All his life, John Wesley stood within the tradition of English Arminianism, but from the early days of the Methodist revival, his position on predestination became a particularly important and divisive issue.  Of course, his…

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Mike Barlotta – 3 Characteristics of Predestination

, posted by g1antfan

In “The Softer Face of Calvinism” (Christianity Today), it is argued that, rather than appealing to theologians to understand Reformed theology, one should use the Reformed confessions and creeds. The confessions, therefore, form an important…

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Jerry Walls, “God’s Love and Predestination”

, posted by SEA

After considering sovereignty and human freedom, we are now in a position to understand the heart of Wesley’s theology, and how profoundly it differs from Calvinism.  I reiterate that the difference is not that Calvin believed in divine…

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