Semi-Pelagianism

Roy Ingle, “Mistaking Arminianism”

, posted by SEA

Arminianism is often given a bad reputation but not because those who oppose Arminianism necessarily find fault with the theology itself as much as they find fault with the presentation of so called Arminianism in…

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Remonstrance Episode 66: Prevenient Grace (Part 1)

, posted by Remonstrance

If you cannot see the player above follow this link: Prevenient Grace (Part 1) In this episode we will begin to discuss the very important doctrine of Prevenient Grace. This doctrine separates Wesleyan-Arminian theology from…

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VIDEO: Understanding Salvation with Bruxy and Nina Cavey

, posted by AndrewH

  In the video clip, Arminian-anabaptist Pastor Bruxy Cavey illustrates the differences between: (1) Pelagianism – “Ought implies able”; (2) Semi-Pelagianism – “Lord I believe, help my unbelief”; (3) Arminianism – “Prevenient Grace enables choice”;…

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Remonstrance Episode 23: Sanctification (Part 1)

, posted by Remonstrance

If you cannot see the player above follow this link: Remonstrance Episode 23 In this episode we will be discussing the doctrine of sanctification from a Wesleyan-Arminian perspective. To do so we will be working…

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Rich Davis, “A Recent Arminian Strawman”

, posted by SEA

In his post “Why All Arminians are Calvinists,” Dr. Mark Jones represents the Arminian position on divine election (and foreknowledge) as follows: In the Arminian scheme, God “sees” what would happen based on a conditional…

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Accepting/Rejecting Calvinism (Pt. 13: Calvinism, Church History, and Prevenient Grace)

, posted by jordanjapo

This is from a series of posts which was copied with permission from Jordan Apodaca’s blog, “Thoughts & Anti-Thoughts,” which can be accessed here: https://jordanapodaca.wordpress.com/ This particular post, which allows comments, can be accessed here: https://jordanapodaca.wordpress.com/2017/08/01/acceptingrejecting-calvinism-pt-13-calvinism-church-history-and-prevenient-grace/…

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Richard E. Clark, “An Arminian’s Review of *Anyone Can Be Saved*”

, posted by Richard Clark

From General/Arminian to Particular/Calvinist, Baptists have struggled to locate themselves along the theological spectrum. Some have unsuccessfully tried to avoid the debate, labeling themselves Calminians.[1] Others, however, have attempted to escape the paradigm altogether and articulate…

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Arminianism Vs. Decisionism

, posted by jeremyo1610

Calvinism and Classical Arminianism are not opposite theological views (link). In fact, I like to say that they are theological first cousins, both residing under the “Reformed” umbrella. While there are certainly differences, both systems of…

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