Arminius

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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Is Your Soteriology Hermanszoonian? (Quiz)

, posted by Vincentian

IS YOUR SOTERIOLOGY HERMANSZOONIAN? Everyone has at least some sort of systematic theology.  Even if, say, “Mr. Smith” denies he has one, we could call it “Smithism.”  Simply having an “-ism” attached to a set…

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Arminius – Nine Theological Questions

, posted by drwayman

THE NINE QUESTIONS: NINE OPPOSITE QUESTIONS 1. Which is first, Election, or Faith Truly Foreseen, so that God elected his people according to faith foreseen? 1. Is the decree “for bestowing Faith on any one,”…

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Roy Ingle, “Arminius on Water Baptism”

, posted by SEA

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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Remonstrance Episode 35: Inerrancy (Part 1)

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If you cannot see the player above then follow this link: Episode 35 In this episode, we will be discussing the inerrancy of Scripture and what Arminius and Wesley wrote about this question. There is…

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Arminius on Pelagius

, posted by drwayman

“Free Will is unable to begin or to perfect any true and spiritual good without Grace. That I may not be said, like Pelagius, to practice delusion with regard to the word “Grace,” I mean…

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Remonstrance Episode 19: Arminius on Free Will

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If you cannot see the player above follow this link: Remonstrance Episode 19 Is it true that Calvinists believe in predestination and Arminians believe in free will? Not really. In this episode we discuss what…

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