Ordo Salutis

Fred Sanders, “Salvation and the Mission of God”

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In this 2 part article, Wesleyan-Arminian scholar Dr. Fred Sanders talks about what Scripture says regarding the order of salvation and the atonement (part 1) and evangelism and cooperation in ministry (part 2). Please click on the…

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H. Orton Wiley on Prevenient Grace

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H. Orton Wiley on Prevenient Grace Extended quotation provided by SEA member Roy Ingle PREVENIENT GRACE Before taking up the discussion of prevenient grace, it may be well to call attention to the fact that…

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Craig L. Adams, “Calvin on John 3:16”

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 “For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him may not perish but may have eternal life.” — John 3:16 (NRSV). JOHN CALVIN COMMENTS: “’That whosoever believeth on…

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An Arminian Ordo Salutis (Order of Salvation)

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written by Roger E Olson, PhD I was recently asked here to provide an Arminian order of salvation (ordo salutis). First, what is an order of salvation? In theology the technical term is “ordo salutis.”…

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What is the order of salvation?

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Join Seedbed’s “Seven Minute Seminary” with a wonderful set of free online videos explaining: 1) What is the order of salvation? 2) What is prevenient grace? 3) What is convicting grace? 4) What is justifying…

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Arminius on Romans 7:14

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Arminius on Romans 7:14

provided by SEA member, Roy Ingle

Here are the thoughts of Arminius on Romans 7:14. As I noted before, Adam Clarke felt that the whole of the passage is speaking of an unregenerate man. Arminius agreed. It was here, in his preaching through Romans, that Arminius ignited the controversy with the theologians of his day when he begin to teach that the man of Romans 7 was unregenerate. Calvin had taught that Romans 7 represented the struggle of all Christians including Paul the Apostle.

And now Arminius on Romans 7:14:

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