Calvinist Polemics

Reformed Theology
by Adrian Rogers

, posted by Martin Glynn

Sometimes, those of us who are steeped in theological discussions become so accustomed to the precise language that we use that we forget how to speak to the every day Christian. Below is a sermon…

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Rich Davis, “A Recent Arminian Strawman”

, posted by SEA

In his post “Why All Arminians are Calvinists,” Dr. Mark Jones represents the Arminian position on divine election (and foreknowledge) as follows: In the Arminian scheme, God “sees” what would happen based on a conditional…

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Ryan Warnock, “Calvinist: An Arminian Review”

, posted by SEA

A documentary we were predestined to see, but can we reject it? Or is it too irresistible? The film is simply called Calvinist and it is the passion-project of writer and director Les Lanphere. It comes as a…

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So What Is the Atonement Debate Really About?

, posted by Martin Glynn

All footnote links lead back to the original post.    In the Arminian/Calvinism debate, the most aggravating topic for me has been the Atonement debate. Calvinists will argue that Christ died only for the elect…

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Why I May or May Not Respond to Every Comment

, posted by Matthew Murphy

Originally posted on Arminian Theology. Any hitherto reference to “this site” is a reference to Arminian Theology. While this represents that site’s official policy, we felt it apt to recommend this policy to other bloggers. …

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The Arminian Conundrum

, posted by

John Owen, seventeenth-century Calvinist theologian who insists that Arminians are “tares in the field” of God’s kingdom, emissaries and mouthpieces of Satan, who “by their words, which are smoother than oil, [an individual can] taste…

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