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.

Arminian Perspectives posts, “Calvinist Slight of Hand: A Brief Arminian Interaction With Wayne Grudem’s Arguments Against the Compatibility of Foreknowledge And Conditional Election

Dr Adam Harwood (Traditionalist Southern Baptist) writes a Theological Review of the CSB Study Bible Notes in light of Calvinistic theology

Dr Leighton Flowers (Traditionalist Southern Baptist) answers a question from another pastor who has turned away from Calvinism in, “What to do after recanting Calvinism

Dr Roger Olson brings us, “Memories and Thoughts about Thomas Oden

Christopher Cole provides his Pentecost Sermon, “When God Moves

Stacy J Ross writes, “The Leading Spirit

Ironstrikes posts, “Chapter 6: Lazarus – The First Ray of Hope”, from The Collected Works of ‘Uncle Bud’ Robinson

KW Leslie shares, “Jesus doesn’t teach like scribes

Yield to God publishes, “Theology of the Body

Bruxy Cavey brings us, “God’s Gutsy Love

Dr Timothy Tennent writes, “Trinitarian Language and Gender”, and provides a devotional on Psalm 87, “God’s Covenant People in all Nations

Dr Ben Witherington posts a video interview from Seedbed about his 2014 book, The Gospel of Jesus

Helwys Society Forum discusses, “Taking Your Christian Worldview to the Movies: Theological Foundations

Seven Minute Seminary publishes a new video, “Where Did Pentecostalism Come From?

Free Church Theology (Traditionalist Southern Baptist) posts, “Louisiana Baptists’ first denominational paper began by a heretic

And, from the Society of Evangelical Arminians’ archives, we recommend:

Dr. Kyle Roberts, “Tsunamis: Or, Why I’m No Longer a Calvinist”

“The Prodigal Son” and Arminian Theology

Ben Henshaw, Review of F. Leroy Forlines, Classical Arminianism: A Theology of Salvation

Ben Witherington III, Review of Rob Bell, Love Wins: A Book About Heaven, Hell, and the Fate of Every Person Who Ever Lived

More On the Authorship of Sin (Part 1) and  (Part 2)