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New YouTube Channel from Dr. Matt O’Reilly

, posted by SEA

SEA member, Dr. Matt O’Reilly, has launched a new YouTube Channel called Orthodoxy for Everyone. The channel features short videos that address questions related to scripture, theology, important books, and church leadership. O’Reilly is also…

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Roy Ingle, “Does Theology Matter Anymore?”

, posted by SEA

In most cities in the southern United States you will find a plethora of churches. In my neighborhood alone we have two Baptist, a Methodist, Nazarene, Lutheran, Church of Christ, and a Church of God…

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Roy Ingle, “Not All Puritans Were Calvinist!”

, posted by SEA

I wanted to give a quick post about an excellent book edited by John Wagner entitled, Redemption Redeemed: A Puritan Defense of an Unlimited Atonement.  The book is edited by John and features the biblical defense of the…

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Is Your Soteriology Hermanszoonian? (Quiz)

, posted by Vincentian

IS YOUR SOTERIOLOGY HERMANSZOONIAN? Everyone has at least some sort of systematic theology.  Even if, say, “Mr. Smith” denies he has one, we could call it “Smithism.”  Simply having an “-ism” attached to a set…

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Arminius – Nine Theological Questions

, posted by drwayman

THE NINE QUESTIONS: NINE OPPOSITE QUESTIONS 1. Which is first, Election, or Faith Truly Foreseen, so that God elected his people according to faith foreseen? 1. Is the decree “for bestowing Faith on any one,”…

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Introducing the Sinnergists Podcast

, posted by SEA

From the creators of the Sinnergists Podcast: The Sinnergists Podcast If one is looking for a podcast that goes deeper than your average sermon, one is most likely to come across a Reformed Podcast. There…

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Ed Jarrett, “Arminianism: A Summary”

, posted by edjarrett

This post was originally published on A Clay Jar. It is the eighth, and last, in a series on Arminian soteriology. Any comments to this post can be left there at Arminianism: A Summary. The posts…

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The Five Articles of Remonstrance

, posted by Justin Moser

[This document was originally created about 1610 by the Remonstrants, the followers of Arminius, to outline the doctrines of the early Arminians. The Five Articles were condemned at the Synod of Dort in 1619]

Article 1

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