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.

Thoughts from Canaan releases a new podcast episode, “Reading the Bible Effectively”; and writes, “Reading Like Wesley: Or How I Learned to Quit Worrying About the Age of the Earth

Remonstrance Podcast publishes Episode 12: Wesley on Depravity

Gospel Encounter concludes a discussion of Lesslie Newbigin’s book Sign of the Kingdom with Part 3: “Kingdom via political action or church growth strategies?”; and Part 4: “Sign of the Kingdom in the Context of Today’s Mission

Musings of a Village Pastor writes, “Everyone who is of the truth

The Arminian Files posts, “Conditional Security – Hebrews 10:23-29

Ironstrikes shares a devotional, “Asking

The Hidden Life offers, “Renouncing Our Own Strength”, from the writings of Thomas Upham (1799-1872)

Church Planter Collective releases podcast episode 38: A Church, A Coffee Shop, and a Connection

Seven Minute Seminary publishes a new video, “Getting Smarter about Evangelism in the 21st Century

Seedbed’s Daily Text continues a devotional series in the Gospel of John, including “John 1:28-34 – Some Revelation Required

Wesleyan Potluck releases podcast episode 5: Unleashing Disciples, Discipleship Tools, and Skipping Dessert

The Helwys Society Forum reviews Dr Larry Hurtado’s book Destroyer of the gods.

Dr Michael Brown answers, “Is the doctrine of ‘once saved, always saved’ true?

Dr Craig Keener continues his free video lecture series with a survey of Acts 3-4, based on his 4-volume commentary on Acts

Jesus Creed posts Ben Davis’ latest in his series on Dr Bruce Reichenbach’s book, Divine Providence: God’s Love and Human Freedom

Dr Leighton Flowers (Traditionalist Southern Baptist) responds to a critique of his article on the issue of how Calvinistic Reformers treated their enemies; and from the Soteriology101 Podcast releases, “Does God cause evil? Isaiah 10 and more

Dr Adam Harwood (Traditionalist Southern Baptist) continues his series, “7 Southern Baptists on 7 Salvation Questions”, with Question 3: What is the theologian’s definition(s) of election?; and Question 4: Does the theologian understand God to love all people and want all people to be saved?

SBC Today (Traditionalist Southern Baptist) posts, “Calvinists Say Hope for the Hopeless

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

Roger Olson, “Why I am not an Open Theist”;

On Omnitemporality;

Roger Olson, “God and Evil”;

Systematic Theology (1877-1879) by Methodist professor Miner Raymond; and

Philip Pugh, Arminianism v. hyper-Calvinism: 3 letters to S. Cozens [in answer to tracts by him]