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Ronnie Rogers

Ronnie Rogers, “In Consideration of Calvinism”

, posted by SEA

In this post, former Calvinist Pastor Ronnie Rogers talks about some guidelines for assessing Calvinism and whether it is true. This involves illumining the disquieting realities and double-talk of Calvinism to truly understand what it teaches…

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Arminius Theologian of Grace

Arminius on the Divinity of the Son of God

, posted by drwayman

This post of Arminius’ writing is provided by SEA member, Roy Ingle X. The divinity of the person of the Son is evident, from the names which are attributed to him in the scriptures. (1.)…

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Why Being A Calvinist Is Awesome

, posted by Martin Glynn

[This is satire. Everything said here is meant to be funny. I am fully aware that what I am saying is an exaggeration.] I’ve given up. After much struggling, I’ve finally have been convinced by…

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St. Jerome

Early Church Father Jerome on Free Will

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From the Letters of St. Jerome, CXXXIII: It is in vain that you misrepresent me and try to convince the ignorant that I condemn free-will. Let him who condemns it be himself condemned. We have been created endowed…

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Does God Lament?

, posted by Martin Glynn

Recently I watched this video by a Calvinist who clearly isn’t the sort to engage in intellectual discourse. In order to show the incomprehensibility of Arminianism, he performs a scene which he believes typifies God’s…

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Daniel Whedon’s Commentary on the Bible

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Daniel D. Whedon’s Commentary on the Bible may be found at http://www.studylight.org/com/whe/. From the website: Daniel Whedon was born in 1808 in Onondaga, N.Y. Dr. Whedon was well qualified as a commentator. He was professor of…

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Playing With Dolls (Reposted)

, posted by Martin Glynn

In honor of Valentine’s Day, here is an old article about God’s love for us.  A question that I was recently considering was whether or not God could truly love us if we did not…

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Arminius on the use of the moral law

, posted by drwayman

This information is provided by SEA member, Roy Ingle IV. The uses of the moral law are various, according to the different conditions of man. (1.) The primary use, and that which was of itself…

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Do Arminians Believe In A Works Based Doctrine?

, posted by Evan Minton

Calvinists often accuse Arminians of not believing that we are saved by grace because we believe man has the ability to choose between serving Him and serving one’s own sinful desires. Although it’s true that…

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