Tag Archives: Arminianism

Faith like a cappuccino maker?

What have the milk for a cappuccino and Arminian faith got in common? They both needed to be whipped up. Many people imagine faith is something which needs a constant supply of energy to keep it frothy, or else it … Continue reading

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Thomas Schreiner on warning passages and perseverance

Yesterday I went to the annual Oak Hill school of theology where Tom Schreiner was speaking on the nature of warning passages in the New Testament. His four accessible and pastorally applied lectures were entitled: > How to understand the … Continue reading

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