History

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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John Wesley and Eastern Orthodoxy

, posted by drwayman

John Wesley lived and died an Anglican priest.  Being the founder of Wesleyanism, not only did he incorporate much of Arminius’ thoughts into Wesleyanism, he also incorporated a fair amount of Eastern Orthodoxy. Note these…

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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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Happy Birthday Arminius!

, posted by SEA

Today is Arminius’ birthday, who was born on October 10, 1560. Praise and thanks be to God for his life, ministry, and theological heritage!

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Creeds: An Imperative by Scot McKnight

, posted by Martin Glynn

Some pastors, preachers, professors, and parishioners will announce they have “no creed but the Bible.” Last year’s very substantive discussion/debate about the sub-orthodoxy of eternal subordinationists, like Wayne Grudem, Bruce Ware, Owen Strachan and others,…

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