Please click on the link to read Paul Copan’s top recommendations for books on Arminianism, available online from Credo House:
The author explains:
Since Jacob Arminius was as good an Arminian as any, we should at least mention his works in passing: Work of Jacob Arminius. (We could also mention the writings of John Wesley here. However, my list will focus on more accessible, popular-level expositions of Arminianism. In addition, since Arminius was influenced by Molinism, I’ll include Molinist-related works as well.
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