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Remonstrance Episode 27: Arminian Unity (Part 1)

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If you cannot see the player above follow this link: Remonstrance Episode 27 Are there really any differences between “Reformed” Arminianism and “Wesleyan” Arminianism? No, as long as you are talking about orthodox Wesleyan-Arminianism. This…

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Remonstrance Episode 26: Reformation 500 (Part 2)

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If you cannot see the player above follow this link: Remonstrance Episode 26 This month is the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation! It has been 500 years since Luther posted the 95 Theses which…

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Remonstrance Episode 25: Reformation 500 (Part 1)

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If you cannot see the player above follow this link: Remonstrance Episode 25 This month is the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation! It has been 500 years since Luther posted the 95 Theses which…

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Remonstrance Episode 24: Sanctification (Part 2)

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If you cannot see the player above follow this link: Remonstrance Episode 24 In this episode we will continue discussing the doctrine of sanctification from a Wesleyan-Arminian perspective. To do so we will be continuing…

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Remonstrance Episode 23: Sanctification (Part 1)

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If you cannot see the player above follow this link: Remonstrance Episode 23 In this episode we will be discussing the doctrine of sanctification from a Wesleyan-Arminian perspective. To do so we will be working…

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Remonstrance Episode 20: Wesley on Free Will

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If you cannot see the player above follow this link: Remonstrance Episode 20 Now it is John Wesley’s turn. What did Wesley have to say about free will? Is his understanding also better understood as…

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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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Remonstrance Episode 16: Open Theism (Part 2)

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If you cannot see the player above follow this link: Remonstrance Episode 16 In this episode we continue to explore the question of whether or not Open Theism can properly be categorized as “Arminian” theology….

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Remonstrance Episode 15: Open Theism (Part 1)

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If you cannot see the player above follow this link: Remonstrance Episode 15 In this episode we ask the question whether or not Open Theism can properly be categorized as “Arminian” theology. We start off…

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Remonstrance Minisode 30: Middle Knowledge

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If you cannot see the web player above follow this link: Remonstrance Minisode 30 In this minisode we will be exploring the concept of Middle Knowledge and how it fits in the broader doctrine of…

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Remonstrance Episode 14: Regeneration

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If you cannot see the player above follow this link: Remonstrance Episode 14 This episode of Remonstrance is devoted to the Doctrine of Regeneration. One major question we will be looking into is whether or…

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Remonstrance Minisode 27: Wesley on Regeneration

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If you cannot see the player above follow this link: Remonstrance Minisode 27 In this minisode we will be reading through John Wesley’s Sermon, “The New Birth” to get some insight into his views on…

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Remonstrance Minisode 26: Arminius on Regeneration

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If you cannot see the player above follow this link: Remonstrance Minisode 26 This minisode launches a three podcast series where we will examine the doctrine of regeneration in the thought of Jacob Arminius and…

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Remonstrance Episode 13: Saving Faith

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If you cannot see the player above follow this link: Remonstrance Episode 13 In this episode we will discuss the doctrine of saving faith in the thought of Jacob Arminius and John Wesley. The episode…

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