A Sketch Of The Life Of James Arminius

, posted by Martin Glynn

The Wesley Center Online has many different sources on Arminian theology. The link is a very basic sketch of who James Arminius was and links to his works. http://wesley.nnu.edu/arminianism/the-works-of-james-arminius/volume-1/a-sketch-of-the-life-of-james-arminius/

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Reformed Theology
by Adrian Rogers

, posted by Martin Glynn

Sometimes, those of us who are steeped in theological discussions become so accustomed to the precise language that we use that we forget how to speak to the every day Christian. Below is a sermon…

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The Joy of the Remonstrance

, posted by Martin Glynn

On January 14th, 1610, several theologians met in the Hague to issue forth a statement of protest against the established order of the Reformed Church. This statement became a simple remonstrance, stating for clarification 5…

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God Brings Good Out Of Suffering

, posted by Martin Glynn

This article is by Stacy Ross, who’s website is Rambling From Real Man’s Land   God is sovereign. As such everything that happens in our lives is within His control. His control over the circumstances…

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Meditate on the Power of God

, posted by Martin Glynn

By Stacy J. Ross, from https://stacyjross.wordpress.com/2017/09/13/meditate-on-the-power-of-god/ There will be many times in life where the circumstances of our lives are out of our control but they are never out of God’s control. So instead of focusing…

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Creeds: An Imperative by Scot McKnight

, posted by Martin Glynn

Some pastors, preachers, professors, and parishioners will announce they have “no creed but the Bible.” Last year’s very substantive discussion/debate about the sub-orthodoxy of eternal subordinationists, like Wayne Grudem, Bruce Ware, Owen Strachan and others,…

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Friday Files (9/15/2017)

, posted by Martin Glynn

The Friday Files compiles posts from Arminian and other non-Calvinist bloggers from round the globe, and highlights older SEA posts. Names in green indicate SEA members. Inclusion isn’t necessarily endorsement. Blame K.W. Leslie for the…

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Friday Files (9/8/2017)

, posted by Martin Glynn

The Friday Files compiles posts from Arminian and other non-Calvinist bloggers from round the globe, and highlights older SEA posts. Names in green indicate SEA members. Inclusion isn’t necessarily endorsement. Blame K.W. Leslie for the…

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