Andrew (of Beyond Calvinism)

Arminius on TULIP (The five points of Calvinism)

, posted by AndrewH

[This post first appeared at gospelencounter.wordpress.com] Here are some quick, Scripture soaked quotes from James Arminius on each point of Calvinism’s TULIP (quotes from Declaration of Sentiments are from W. Stephen Gunter’s translation): Total depravity: yes.  Without Divine assistance…

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“Four Books I Am Looking Forward to in 2022”

, posted by AndrewH

This post first appeared at gospelencounter.wordpress.com   Back in 2015, Dr. Roger Olson mentioned in more than one blog post that he thought there was an “Arminian Renaissance” of sorts, with so many new books…

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Does an Arminian Understanding of Grace Lead to a More Missional Worldview?

, posted by SEA

“What I’ve learned: a church’s dominant soteriology indelibly shapes its culture (the way people think about and do) for mission.”                                     –Dr David Fitch In his “Framework for Missional Christianity” series, influential missiologist Alan Hirsch writes (bold…

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Prevenient Grace: An Introduction

, posted by AndrewH

Understanding the doctrine of prevenient grace was one of the most valuable studies for me after leaving Calvinism.  It provided an answer to one of the simplest arguments I used to make for Calvinism: I…

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“(Re)Thinking through Romans 9”

, posted by AndrewH

Share This: Via Twitter   |  Via Facebook *All scripture quotations are from NASB, unless otherwise noted.   In his song “Context”, Calvinist recording artist Flame says: “exegesis is the careful systematic study of scripture for the…

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