Remonstrance Minisode 7: Arminius on the Atonement

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In this minisode we will begin exploring what Arminius taught on the Doctrine of the Atonement. It is clear that Arminius did not hold to the Governmental Theory of the Atonement but to (at least) the Satisfaction Theory instead. This episode will show this from the works of Jacob Arminius “Oration IV.” We will also receive theological guidance from Dr. Roger Olson and his excellent book, “Arminian Theology Myths and Realities.” Be on the look out for our next full episode that will be entirely devoted to the Wesleyan-Arminian view of the Atonement. Please subscribe!

Here is a link to “Arminian Theology Myths and Realities” by Roger E. Olson. You should buy it!

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