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 new and 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 invites us to Join the TfC Book Club; and begins with “3 Things to Know About Augustine’s Confessions” and Chapters 1-5: Augustine & Scripture

Seedbed publishes, “Racial Reconciliation and Faith: A Model for Small Groups”; and a new Seven Minute Seminary video, “The Church’s Delicate Relationship to the World”.  Also check out their growing list of podcasts which released new episodes this past week on Church Planting, Preaching, Church Leadership, and Youth Ministry.

Ironstrikes posts, “The first Iranians to worship Jesus

Beyond Calvinism introduces a new blog “Gospel Encounter

Ministry Sauce writes “I still have much to learn

Dr Craig Keener offers the latest in his video lecture series through the book of Acts, “Session 3: Acts as ancient historiography

Dr Michael Brown publishes a video, “Is Everything that Happens God’s Will?

Dr Ben Witherington shares a post from Dr Larry Hurtado, “Christian Faith as a Basis of Religious Freedom

Dr Scot McKnight defends (Calvinist) Pastor Tim Keller’s recent interview with The New York Times

A Calvinist website, Servants of Grace Ministries, offers an encouraging review of Dr Fred Sanders’ book Wesley on the Christian Life: The Heart Renewed in Love

The Society of Evangelical Arminians publish:

Part 13 of a conversation between Drs Ben Witherington and Roger Olson about Dr Olson’s book Arminian Theology;

The second full length episode of The Remonstrance Podcast, “The Doctrine of Divine Providence“; and

A video from Dr Brown’s Line of Fire where he responds to a caller’s question about Calvinism and John 6:37-44

And, from the SEA archives, highlight:

The Enemy of my Enemy;

‪‪Opera theologica by Simon Episcopius‬; and

What is Evangelicalism?‬