It’s the St. Victorinus’s Day edition of the Friday Files: Every week we look back at previously-posted stuff in the SEA archives. That’s right, we; all nine of us who are such theology nerds, we get nostalgic for four-year-old stuff.
The views expressed in these articles aren’t always that of SEA. Our members’ names are in blue… and even their views aren’t always that of SEA. But usually.
Review of From Heaven He Came and Sought Her: Definite Atonement in Historical, Biblical, Theological, and Pastoral Perspective.
David L. Allen, 10 July – 4 September 2014.
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• Part 10. 10 July 2014. Beginning with the Pentateuch, the authors look at all the scriptures which support definite [i.e. limited] atonement. Problem is there aren’t any—not even underdeveloped ideas!—so they spend much of their time explaining why these passages don’t mean what they appear to.
• Part 14. 29 July 2014. Having failed to produce any definite Pauline support of definite atonement, Gibson nonetheless tries to pull theological conclusions from misquoted scriptures and false dilemmas.
[There are even more parts! But that’s enough for this week.]
• Part 1. 4 July 2014. On classical Arminianism, whether it’s a sect, why it’s identified with Arminius, why the interest, and “Calminianism.”
“Playing with action figures.”
Martin Glynn, 22 July 2014. How the Calvinist view of God reduces him to a 6-year-old creating a crisis and its resolution with his toys… and reduces us to similar irrelevance.
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So much to read! If you’ve the time.
There are loads of articles in the SEA archives, and SEA has links to what our members write. Both the latest stuff and their archives. Check ’em out.
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