Arminian Articles

If you have not paid attention to the side bar in awhile you may have missed the increase in quality Arminian resources.  A new section has been added called Arminian Articles and many articles have been recently added.  These articles deal with a wide variety of topics from an Arminian perspective.   Several have been added which deal with the extant of the atonement, perseverance, foreknowledge/ free will, and various Arminian views of Romans 9.  Below are a few (but not all) of the newer links that have been added in the last month or two.

Defending Unlimited Atonement (some are written by 4-point Calvinists)

D.A. Waite, “Calvin’s Error of Limited Atonement” 

Samuel Telloyan, “Did Christ Die For All?”

Marshall, I. Howard. “For All, for All My Saviour Died”

Robert Lightner, “Problems with a Limited View of the Atonement”

Picirilli, Robert. “The Extent of the Atonement”

Ron Rhodes, “The Extent of the Atonement” : Limited Atonement Versus Unlimited Atonement

Marshall, I. Howard. “The Theology of the Atonement”

Foreknowledge and Free Will

Robert Picirilli, “Foreknowledge, Freedom, And The Future”

Richard Watson, On Omniscience

Andrew Telford, “Foreknowledge”

THE MEANING OF PROGINWSKW (“FOREKNOWLEDGE”) Thomas R. Edgar

Fletcher, John. “REPLY TO THE PRINCIPAL ARGUMENTS BY WHICH THE CALVINISTS AND THE FATALISTS SUPPORT THE DOCTRINE OF ABSOLUTE NECESSITY” 

A DISCOURSE ON THE FREEDOM OF THE WILL (RANSOM DUNN)

Romans 9

Arminius, James. “ANALYSIS OF THE NINTH CHAPTER OF THE EPISTLE TO THE ROMANS”

Hamilton, Robert.  “Election in RomansChapter Nine”

Clarke, Adam. “Commentary on Romans 9”

Schooley, Keith. “Romans 9: An Arminian/New Perspective Reading”

Goodwin, John. Exposition of Romans Nine

Perseverance

McKnight, Scot. “Post-Calvinism”

Picirilli, Robert. “The Possibility of Apostasy”

Marshall, I. Howard. “The Problem of Apostasy in the New Testament Theology”

The Warning Passages in Hebrews (McKnight)

What Say You Calvinist?

Kyle over at Preach Faith has written some very engaging posts at his blog lately and is not afraid to challenge Calvinists to defend their views in light of Scripture.  He has written three open challenges to Calvinism in the last several weeks.  Personally, I think he makes some very strong points concerning problems that have plagued Calvinism since its inception.  These points highlight the reasons why the majority of Christendom still rejects Calvinism.  Check em’ out when you get the chance.

A Challenge to Calvinists Everywhere

God is Not Obligated to Love Anybody

An Even Simpler Challenge to Calvinists Everywhere

And here is another very intriguing post which looks carefully at the nature of God’s love and some of the logical consequences of a theology which holds to unconditional election:

Biblical Love and Calvinism

Enjoy.