Recent Articles

Richard Watson, On Omniscience

, posted by SEA

Please click on the attachment to view Richard Watson, On Omniscience, which is an excerpt from his Theological Institutes. This treatment of God’s omniscience contains an important discussion of the concepts of necessity, contingency, and…

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Irresistible Blondie

, posted by SEA

Here’s a little theological humor in the form of a cartoon that can be related to the Calvinist doctrine of irresistible grace.

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Gordon C. I. Wong, “Make Their Ears Dull: Irony in Isaiah 6:9-10”

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This article is posted with the permission of Trinity Theological Journal and the author. Please click on the attachment to view Gordon C. I. Wong, “Make Their Ears Dull: Irony in Isaiah 6:9-10” Trinity Theological Journal 16 (2008) 24-34.

Here is the author’s abstract:

In Isaiah 6:9-10, the prophet appears to be commissioned by God to make the ears of the people dull in order to prevent them from repenting. This article begins by proposing that these verses are better understood as rhetorical irony designed to persuade the people to (and not prevent them from) repentance. An alternative rhetorical interpretation and three literal interpretations are also discussed and rejected in favour of the view that assumes the use of irony.

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How Different Christian Denominations See Each Other

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Check out a little theological humor in the attached chart of how different Christian denominations see each other. Given our theological bent, the way that evangelicals and charismatics are depicted as viewing the Reformed are…

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Q&A with Dr. Olson on Calvinism & Arminianism

, posted by russellkorets

City On A Hill Church in Seattle WA invited Dr. Roger Olson to be part of a “Forum on Calvinism and Arminianism,” during which over 30 of the most common questions related to Calvinism and…

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Justin Taylor, “Dear Arminians”

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Calvinist leader Justin Taylor has published on his blog a great post that really captures the attitude and approach of the Society of Evangelical Arminians (SEA) regarding Calvinists and Arminians receiving one another as brothers…

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