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 the SEA archives. All links are offered because they are thought to be of potential interest to those who follow the Arminian/Calvinist discussion. Inclusion of a link here does not necessarily mean the linked material is Arminian or carries SEA’s approval.

Remonstrance Podcast release Minisode 19: Free Grace

Bloggin’ the Word shares Arminianism Vs. Decisionism

The Arminian Magazine publishes Roy Ingle’s review of the book Making Sense of the Bible: Rediscovering the Power of Scripture Today by Adam Hamilton

Ironstrikes shares a meditation from Thomas Upham on Faith and Habit; and from Henri Nouwen on the words of Jesus

Seedbed posts a video interview with Mark Benjamin and Dr Jo Anne Lyon, “Wesleyan Women Everyone Should Know; and a new Seven Minute Seminary video, “Belonging vs. Believing: Postmodernism and Its Implications for Discipleship

Soteriology 101 (Traditionalist Southern Baptist) posts a video Response to James White on the Atonement, in which Dr Flowers addresses Dr White’s recent critique of the Soteriology 101 Podcast with Dr. David Allen (which we linked in last week’s Friday Files)

SBC Today (Traditionalist Southern Baptist) answers “Is Reprobation Necessary for God to Demonstrate His Holiness and Wrath?

Free Will Baptist Theology provide audio lectures from a Symposium exploring the theological legacy of F. Leroy Forlines:

Richard Clark discusses Forlines’ influence on his theological journey to Reformed Arminianism; and

Matthew Steven Bracey and W. Jackson Watts discuss the new book they co-edited, The Promise of Arminian Theology: Essays in Honor of F. Leroy Forlines (which you can learn more about from the publisher; the full table of contexts is available in the Amazon Customer Reviews).

The Society of Evangelical Arminians offer:

Ben Witherington and Roger Olson, “Roger Olson’s Arminian Theology – Part 9”

Remonstrance Minisode 3: What Were the Views of John Wesley in Regards to Justification by Faith?

A Response to “A Few Of The Worst Arminian Arguments”

Steve Sewell, “Commentary on Romans 11”

And, from the SEA archives, highlight:

Arminius vs. Calvin on Unconditional Election

Arminius vs. Calvin on Total Depravity

Arminius vs. Calvin on Assurance of Salvation and Perseverance