Arminianism

Paul Copan, “Top Books on Arminianism/Molinism”

, posted by AndrewH

Please click on the link to read Paul Copan’s top recommendations for books on Arminianism, available online from Credo House: Top Books on Arminianism/Molinism The author explains: Since Jacob Arminius was as good an Arminian…

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Seedbed, “Top 10 Books on Arminianism”

, posted by AndrewH

At their website, Seedbed has compiled a list of their top 10 recommended books in various areas. Below are their top ten on Arminianism; top ten responding to Calvinism; and top ten on Wesleyan Theology….

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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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Does John 6:37 Support Calvinism?

, posted by SEA

On his website, Arminian Perspectives, Ben Henshaw has a questions page at which he answers questions about Arminianism and Calvinism that visitors to his site pose in the comment section of the page. Here is a question…

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Vic Reasoner, “An Arminian Covenant Theology”

, posted by Jon Gossman

Too many Arminians have pushed their tray through the theological cafeteria, accepting a helping of whatever sounded good. Before we accept all the popular theology of the celebrity teachers, we had better determine upon what…

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X-Calvinist Corner Files: Testimony # 29

, posted by SEA

The X-Calvinist Corner is a page on this website that shares the stories of people who were once Calvinist but have left Calvinism for a more Arminian theology. This series (The X-Calvinist Corner Files) highlights one of…

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Friday Files 11/20

Friday Files: Sermons

, posted by Martin Glynn

Listed below are some Arminian sermons that we have collected over the years. Theologians are important of course, but the pulpit is the source of teaching that is part of worship, and deserves attention. Exegetical…

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Friday Files 11/20

Friday Files: Calvinist Polemics

, posted by Martin Glynn

This week we are looking at arguments that Calvinists have levied against Arminianism. Can these critiques themselves bear scrutiny? J. C. Thibodaux, Answering Greg Elmquist’s “Four Unanswerable Questions” Martin Glynn, The Funniest Anti-Arminian Post I…

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Remonstrance Podcast: Review

, posted by Martin Glynn

This week, Vin is on vacation. Prayers to you brother as you relax: May the Spirit bless your and your family’s time away. May you be refreshed and be safe as you travel home. Amen….

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Richard Coords, “Calling”

, posted by Martin Glynn

The Bible refers to “the called of Jesus Christ” (Romans 1:6) and “the chosen of God” (Titus 1:1), perhaps to emphasize that, as Christians, we each have a divine purpose, relative to our unique gift…

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Richard Coords, “Boasting”

, posted by Martin Glynn

Calvinism teaches that if you freely chose to believe in Christ, while others did not, then you’d have something to boast about before God. In other words, you could claim to be better and smarter…

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