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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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Wesley’s View of Grace – Wynkoop

, posted by drwayman

In some contrast to Calvinism which emphasized the majestic POWER of God (He creates and redeems because He can do so and wills to do so), and Arminius who emphasized the JUSTICE of God (He…

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A Sketch Of The Life Of James Arminius

, posted by Martin Glynn

The Wesley Center Online has many different sources on Arminian theology. The link is a very basic sketch of who James Arminius was and links to his works. http://wesley.nnu.edu/arminianism/the-works-of-james-arminius/volume-1/a-sketch-of-the-life-of-james-arminius/

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Roy Ingle, “Arminius on Water Baptism”

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The following is taken from The Works of Arminius on baptism. Arminius held to baptism by sprinking and he also practiced and taught infant baptism as can be seen from this article. This is one area of…

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William Lane Craig, The Atonement

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Please click on the link to view William Lane Craig, The Atonement (Elements in the Philosophy of Religion; Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018) (doi:10.1017/9781108558020). Here is an abstract: The Atonement offers in a concise compass an…

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Arminius on Pelagius

, posted by drwayman

“Free Will is unable to begin or to perfect any true and spiritual good without Grace. That I may not be said, like Pelagius, to practice delusion with regard to the word “Grace,” I mean…

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The Joy of the Remonstrance

, posted by Martin Glynn

On January 14th, 1610, several theologians met in the Hague to issue forth a statement of protest against the established order of the Reformed Church. This statement became a simple remonstrance, stating for clarification 5…

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John Wesley: 12 Rules for Leaders

, posted by drwayman

Wesley enlisted helpers for the Methodist movement.  These were lay preachers who helped the movement grow.  Here are his “Rules of an Assistant” that were to be followed by these lay preachers.  What would happen…

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