October 12, 2020

Addendum: More on Molinism

Can Arminians Be Molinists?

September 8, 2020

Can Arminians Be Molinists? (Part 1) Can Arminians Be Molinists? (Part 2)

Online Theological Resources

December 29, 2015

  by Nathan Busenitz When it comes to Bible software, I use Logos more than anything else (though I know BibleWorks and Accordance are excellent too). But what about free online resources? Thankfully, the web has made it possible for almost anyone with a computer to access hundreds of valuable study tools. For people who don’t have immediate access to a sizeable library, […]

Check Out Our Links Page

April 20, 2015

We invite you to check out our “links” page with many interesting resources located on other sites. These include: 1- Bible study tools: Scripture Tools for Every Person (STEP) Lumina Bible study tool ISIS Bible study tool The Word – Bible study software 2- Courses and Bible studies: Welch College (including online courses and […]

Is Arminianism Reformed?

March 25, 2015

  By Roger E. Olson Is Arminianism “Reformed?” A minor controversy exists among Arminian scholars (and some non-Arminian Reformed scholars have chimed in) about whether classical Arminianism can legitimately lay claim to being part of the Reformed theological tradition. The question is this: Was and is Arminianism such a deviation from classical Reformed theology that […]

Reformation (Classical) Arminian Theological Position and Evangelism

March 12, 2015

  The people who adhere to the Reformation Arminian theological position hold to the belief that God is sovereign, creator and sustainer of all that is outside Himself.  God is omniscient, omnipotent and is not and can not be subordinate to any force or any of His creation, whether heavenly or earthly.  God is the […]