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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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Roy Ingle, “Who Chose Whom?”

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Recently I was listening to a sermon on the doctrine of election from a prominent evangelical Bible teacher. I actually thought he did a good job of presenting arguments in favour of the Calvinist understanding…

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Roy Ingle, Class Election

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Class Election I want to address the doctrine of election by offering a view that is often given by many Arminians and even some moderate Calvinist and that is the class election view. This takes…

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Roy Ingle, “Arminianism And The Glory of God”

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The Church today seems to be caught up with self. Visit your local Christian bookstore and you will find entire sections entitled, “Self Help” filled with books but visit the “Theology” section and you will…

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Roy Ingle, “Preaching Perseverance”

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Is it wrong to preach on perseverance? This seems like a logical question to ask if you come from a Calvinist perspective. For many Calvinists, it would not be wrong to preach on perseverance and…

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Roy Ingle, “God Loves Me!”

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I stand in awe of the reality that God loves me. The Scriptures clearly reveal this truth (John 3:16; Romans 5:8; Ephesians 2:4; 1 John 4:9-10). Over and over again I have failed to live…

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Roy Ingle, “Saved by Grace, Kept by Grace”

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The idea that Arminians don’t believe in being saved by grace is simply unfounded. Arminians strongly believe that it is through the grace of God alone that a person is justified (Ephesians 2:8-9; Titus 3:5-7)….

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Roy Ingle, “The Life of James Arminius”

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Who was James (or Jacobus) Arminius? His actual name was Jacob Harmenszoon when he was born in Oudewater, Holland in 1559. His father died before his birth and thus Jacob was raised by a widowed…

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