Arminianism

Better Together Podcast: Remembering F. Leroy Forlines

, posted by AndrewH

From the show description: Following the one year anniversary of his passing, we re-air this podcast with F. Leroy Forlines, long-time professor at Welch College. Bro. Forlines shared the story of the discovery-or rediscovery-of the…

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Antinomianism and Reformed Arminianism

, posted by Richard Clark

This original article can be found at the Helwys Society Forum: http://www.helwyssocietyforum.com/antinomianism-and-reformed-arminianism/ Some may be tempted to think the following: Since Reformed Arminians teach that apostasy may occur only by the renunciation of faith, then…

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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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From the Remonstrance Vault: A Very Molinist Christmas

, posted by Remonstrance

Merry Christmas and welcome to the Remonstrance Christmas special! In this episode we will be discussing Middle Knowledge (Molinism) and see how two beloved Christmas stories assume the existence of Middle Knowledge. Both “Its a…

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The Arminian Magazine

, posted by Remonstrance

The Arminian is a theological and historical magazine published by the Fundamental Wesleyan Society. To read present and past editions of The Arminian follow the link below. More information about how to subscribe to a paper version…

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Friday Files 11/20

Friday Files: Gospel

, posted by Martin Glynn

The Gospel is the heart of the Christian message. It is the good news of what Jesus has done for us, and, of course, the world. It is difficult to say whether the Arminian and…

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Paul Copan, “Top Books on Arminianism/Molinism”

, posted by AndrewH

Please click on the link to read Paul Copan’s top recommendations for books on Arminianism, available online from Credo House: Top Books on Arminianism/Molinism The author explains: Since Jacob Arminius was as good an Arminian…

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Seedbed, “Top 10 Books on Arminianism”

, posted by AndrewH

At their website, Seedbed has compiled a list of their top 10 recommended books in various areas. Below are their top ten on Arminianism; top ten responding to Calvinism; and top ten on Wesleyan Theology….

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Roy Ingle, “Misunderstanding Arminius”

, posted by SEA

Many people misunderstand the teachings of James Arminius and fail to draw distinctions between his teachings and those of other later influential people such as Charles Finney. Finney is often called Arminian but his teachings,…

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