Arminianism

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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Roy Ingle, “The IF of Hebrews”

, posted by SEA

Arminianism embraces a conditional view of salvation. We believe that salvation is by the grace of God through faith in Jesus Christ, but we believe that the Scriptures also teach that we are to continue…

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Kevin RK Davis, “How Can Faith Be A Gift?”

, posted by Martin Glynn

A HAIR’S BREADTH It has been mentioned elsewhere on this blog, predominantly some of the stationary pages on the menu up top – that Arminianism and Calvinism aren’t opposing theologies. If this is news, read…

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Why Does One Person Believe and Another Does Not?

, 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. The following is a…

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Kevin R.K. Davis, “Powerful Grace”

, posted by Martin Glynn

GRACE: GOD WILL GET HIS WAY In my dips in Calvinism, the word “grace” for me became a much more active, powerful force in the Kingdom of God. If it was inevitable, going to do…

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