Debate

Debate between Austin Fischer and Calvinist James White

, posted by SEA

Here is the audio from the debate between Austin Fischer, the author of Young, Restless and No Longer Reformed, and Calvinist apologist Dr. James White on Unbelievable Radio from February or March of 2014. For a review of the debate…

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Why I Am An Arminian
Part III: History

, posted by Martin Glynn

Many Calvinists claim that they represent historical orthodoxy. However, I believe that the opposite is true. In this post I intend to traverse Christian history and tease out, on a very basic and incomplete level,…

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Why I Am An Arminian
Part II: Calvinists

, posted by Martin Glynn

Introduction Considering that I have always been an Arminian, deciding between Arminianism and Calvinism was a matter of whether or not Calvinism challenged my own beliefs enough for me to lose my trust in them….

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Free Will Debate with Turretinfan

, posted by Godismyjudge

Turretinfan and I recently debated if the bible teaches libertarian free will.  I hope that you find it useful. Here was the format we used with links to the transcript:   Introduction: The Bible teach…

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Michael Brown/James White Debate CD

, posted by SEA

Arminian scholar and SEA member Dr. Michael Brown debated with Calvinist scholar and apologist James White on predestination, election, and the will of God at Southern Evangelical Seminary on February 14, 2013. To order the…

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4 Ways to Fight Clean Over Doctrine by Dustin Neeley

, posted by SEA

We at SEA truly appreciated the sentiment of this article by Dustin Neely: http://thegospelcoalition.org/blogs/tgc/2012/05/21/4-ways-to-fight-clean-over-doctrine/. We hope everyone could agree that in this debate we are all Christians and we need to treat each other as…

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CALVINIST RHETORIC: Jargon

, posted by Martin Glynn

Or “The Obscenity of Obdurate Obnubilating Obfuscation” What I mean by Jargon If we equate any philosophical debate to battle I would argue that our basic weapons are our ideas and arguments, and our rhetoric…

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A Slightly Less Quick Response

, posted by Martin Glynn

Alan Kurschner recently made a response to my reply to his “question” last week. I first I hesitated on whether or not to reply, since I found his response to be, well, silly. However, there…

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