Arminius

Roy Ingle, “Misunderstanding Arminius”

, posted by SEA

Many people misunderstand the teachings of James Arminius and fail to draw distinctions between his teachings and those of other later influential people such as Charles Finney. Finney is often called Arminian but his teachings,…

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James Arminius on Original Sin: A Few Quotes

, posted by AndrewH

Did Arminius affirm “original sin?” What effect did Arminius think Adam’s sin had on later humankind? Here are a few excerpts from The Works of James Arminius: In Volume 2, Disputation 31 “On the Effects…

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Friday Files!

Friday Files: Arminius’s writings.

, posted by K.W. Leslie

It’s the Friday Files, SEA’s regular dig though our archives, ’cause you might not be aware what’s in there. SEA members’ names are in blue, and just to remind you—the views expressed in any articles…

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Friday Files!

Friday Files: Jacob Arminius Himself

, posted by K.W. Leslie

Presenting the Friday Files, SEA’s regular look though our archives, ’cause we have a lot of cool things in there. And now we’re gonna do it a little differently: Topically. Starting with Jacob Harmenszoon, “Jacobus/James…

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James Arminius on Acts 2:23 & Acts 4:28

, posted by AndrewH

“This Jesus, delivered up according to the definite plan and foreknowledge of God, you crucified and killed by the hands of lawless men.” Acts 2:23 ESV “For truly in this city there were gathered together…

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Arminius: On The Regal Office of Christ

, posted by drwayman

DISPUTATION XXXVII ON THE REGAL OFFICE OF CHRIST As Christ, when consecrated by his sufferings, was made the author of salvation to all who obey him; and as for this end, not only the solicitation and…

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Arminius: ON THE DECREE OF GOD

, posted by drwayman

1. The decrees of God are the extrinsic acts of God, though they are internal, and, therefore, made by the free will of God, without any absolute necessity. Yet one decree seems to require the…

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Arminius on Apostasy

, posted by drwayman

In reading two new books, Arminius on the Assurance of Salvation by Keith Stanglin and Jacob Arminius: Theologian of Grace by Keith Stanglin and Tom McCall, I found the follow- ing interesting facts. It is…

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Arminius: ON GOD CONSIDERED ACCORDING TO HIS NATURE

, posted by drwayman

1. GOD is good by a natural and internal necessity, not freely; which last word is stupidly explained by the terms “unconstrainedly” and “not slavishly.” 2. God foreknows future things through the infinity of his…

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