The Friday Files

, posted by AndrewH

The Friday Files compiles links to posts from Arminian and other non-Calvinistic bloggers from around the globe, and highlights older posts from SEA. Inclusion of a link here does not necessarily mean the linked material is Arminian or carries SEA’s approval.

From the Society of Evangelical Arminians’ archives, we recommend:

Where Calvinism Gets Romans 9 Wrong: Prerogative Equals Unconditionality

Dr. Phil Fernandes Debate with Calvinist Chris Comis about the 5 Points of Calvinism

The Fallacies of Calvinist Apologetics – Fallacy #9: Faith is Some Reason to Boast?

The Fallacies of Calvinist Apologetics – Fallacy #10: Wait, Now Faith is a “Work?”

Assuming Determinism to Disprove Free Will

A Clay Jar continues his introduction to Arminianism series with part 2: “Arminianism: Atonement for All

Remonstrance Podcast releases Episode 22: The Spectrum of Salvation (Part 2)

Arminian Perspectives brings us, “Great Quotes: J.C. Thibodaux on Faith and Boasting

Seven Minute Seminary publishes a new video, “Apostasy and the Falling Away Passages in Hebrews

Dead Heroes Don’t Save posts, “The Death of John Owen’s Argument: a General Atonement means God failed to achieve His goal (Part 1)

Commonplace Holiness offers, “My Call to Biblical Preaching

Dr Fred Sanders provides, “The Other Barth”;  “Karl Barth’s Ephesians Lectures”; and “Rereading Ephesians

Cerebral Faith brings us, “Q&A: Responding to Arguments Against Eternal Security

Ironstrikes posts, “Chickens come home to roost”, from The Collected Works of ‘Uncle Bud’ Robinson, and John Eldredge, “Hell:  Getting what you want

Rambling Ever On writes, “Why I Still Say “Ask Jesus Into Your Heart” and other similar phrases

Helwys Society Forum offers a Book Review: Douglas Stuart, Old Testament Exegesis: A Handbook for Students and Pastors

Seedbed publishes, “John Wesley’s Point of No Return

Dr Craig Keener posts, “Indonesian discussion on miracles

Dr Leighton Flowers (Traditionalist Southern Baptist) provides, “Romans 9 Debate REVISITED