Keith Stanglin, “The Resurgence of Calvinism”

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In 2009, Time magazine called “New Calvinism” one of the “10 ideas changing the world right now.”  This resurgence was famously documented in Collin Hansen’s book from 2008, Young, Restless, Reformed: A Journalist’s Journey with the New…

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Wesleyan Catechism

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Wesleyan Theology.com has a Wesleyan catechism for adults and one for children. You can view them through this link: Wesleyan Theology.com Catechisms.

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In Memorium: Grant Osborne

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Here are some obituaries for distinguished Arminian scholar Grant Osborne: From Trinity International University: “Longtime TEDS professor Grant R. Osborne dies at 76” From Scott McKnight: Grant Osborne From the Lexham Press Blog: “Remembering Grant…

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Michael Egnor, “More Than Material Minds”

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As a Christian and a neuroscientist, I keep learning that to be human is to have a soul. Please click on the link to view Michael Egnor, “More Than Material Minds,” Christianity Today September 14, 2014.

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Roy Ingle, “Arminius on Water Baptism”

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The following is taken from The Works of Arminius on baptism. Arminius held to baptism by sprinking and he also practiced and taught infant baptism as can be seen from this article. This is one area of…

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Steve Witzki, “Free Grace or Forced Grace”

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Steve Witzki, “Free Grace or Forced Grace,” The Arminian Magazine 19.1 (Spring 2001)   In his well known sermon “Free Grace,” John Wesley said that the “grace or love of God, whence cometh our salvation, is FREE…

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William Lane Craig, The Atonement

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Please click on the link to view William Lane Craig, The Atonement (Elements in the Philosophy of Religion; Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018) (doi:10.1017/9781108558020). Here is an abstract: The Atonement offers in a concise compass an…

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