It’s the Sts. Philemon and Apphia Day edition of the Friday Files, SEA’s weekly plow across the field where we plant our archives.
The views expressed in these links and stories are sometimes those of SEA and our members; sometimes not, ’cause they’re notable regardless. Our members’ names are in blue, ’cause we’re special. Elect, you might say. Articles are from the third week of November…
Last year! (2018)
- Roger E. Olson, “A Magnificient Resource for Arminian Evangelicals: John Wesley’s Teachings.” Zondervan has published the final volume of Thomas Oden’s four-book series on Wesley’s teachings. It’s not just for Methodists, y’know. They are:
Five years ago! (2014)
- Billy Graham, “God Loves You.” [video] No really. He does.
- Simon Episcopius, et al, “The Arminian Confession of 1621.” A statement of faith, correcting the misrepresentations of the Synod of Dort.
- Journal for Baptist Theology, “Calvinist, Arminian, and Baptist Perspectives on Soteriology.” [PDF] Includes a panel discussion (including SEA member James Leonard) on Thomas Grantham’s view on salvation, and Eric Hankins’ traditionalist attempt to go “beyond” Calvinism and Arminianism.
- Martin Glynn, “Reponse to Jesse Morrel’s Video: Beyond Augustine.” Morrel claims Calvinists took their ideas from ancient gnosticism. But he flubs his history a bit.
Ten years ago! (2009)
We posted nothing that week. But there’s something next week. Promise.
There’s an awful lot of reading material on SEA’s links and books page, so once you’re all done reading the contents of the Friday Files, you can get started on that page. It’ll take you a few years though. Pace yourself.