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In this minisode we will start looking at the views of Jacob Arminius on the Doctrine of Divine Providence. To help begin this investigation we read “Disputation 28: On the Providence of God” from the complete works of Jacob Arminius. After reading through the disputation there is a brief analysis of the disputation with help from Roger Olson, Keith Stanglin, and Thomas McCall. This minisode will be followed up by our next full episode that will be all about the doctrine of Divine Providence that will be released in early May. Please subscribe!
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