Arminian Heritage

Remonstrance Minisode 24: Arminius on Faith

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If you cannot see the player above follow this link: Remonstrance Minisode 24 This minisode will launch a three podcast series that will explore the theme of the gift of faith in the thought of…

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Richard E. Clark, “An Arminian’s Review of *Anyone Can Be Saved*”

, posted by Richard Clark

From General/Arminian to Particular/Calvinist, Baptists have struggled to locate themselves along the theological spectrum. Some have unsuccessfully tried to avoid the debate, labeling themselves Calminians.[1] Others, however, have attempted to escape the paradigm altogether and articulate…

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# Next Methodism as a Theology of Retrieval

, posted by Remonstrance

There have been quite a few articles written recently concerning Next Methodism and what it might look like. As I have read through these articles and reflected on them the burning conviction I bring to…

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Remonstrance Episode #10: Wesley on Predestination

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If you cannot see the player above follow this link: Remonstrance Episode #10  In this episode we will be talking about John Wesley’s doctrine of Predestination. In doing so we will touch on Wesley’s understanding…

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A Call for Wesleyan-Arminian Reformation

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As the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation approaches there is still a need for reform in many traditions of Protestantism. But perhaps there is no Protestant tradition that is in greater need of reform than…

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Who Speaks For Arminianism

, posted by Martin Glynn

[All footnotes link to the original post]   What is Arminianism? This sounds like it should be a simple matter. Simply look it up a dictionary and read what’s there. But there is a problem….

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Remonstrance Minisode 11: What Is An Arminian?

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If you can’t see the link to the player above follow this link: Remonstrance Minisode 11 In this Minisode we will be asking the basic (but not so basic) question: “What Is An Arminian?” And…

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