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By F. Leroy Forlines

This booklet is a important contribution to the Arminian-Calvinist debate. Forlines and Pinson have labored jointly to supply a very good source from an Arminian interpretation. Forlines is understood for his paintings in this topic having formerly released "Quest for fact" with Randall residence in 2001. This new e-book takes the content material on the topic of the doctrine of salvation from that unique paintings arranging it in logical order in a extra reader-friendly model. Pinson additional his creation to the paintings and edited the content material relating to the doctrine of salvation. this is often an outstanding source for examine of the Arminian view for these trying to protect their theological place.

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INFRALAPSARIANISM 1. The decree to create human beings. 2. The decree to permit the fall. 3. The decree to elect some and reprobate others. 4. The decree to provide salvation only for the elect. SUBLAPSARIANISM 1. The decree to create human beings. 2. The decree to permit the fall. 3. The decree to provide salvation sufficient for all. 4. The decree to save some and reprobate others. Most Classical Calvinists are Infralapsarian. Supralapsarianism, in making the decree to elect some and to reprobate others precede the decree to create, is sometimes referred to as HyperCalvinism.

For treatments that support the position of conditional election see the following commentaries on Romans 8:29-30 and Romans 9: Clarke, Godet, Greathouse, Lenski, Meyer, Picirilli, and Sanday and Headlam. ” One may wonder why Calvinists have produced so many more scholarly writings than Arminians. A significant factor is that the emphasis on scholarship among Presbyterians has resulted in the production of scholarly works greater in proportion than their numerical strength. The tendency among Arminians is to be more inclined to activity than to scholarly pursuits.

God’s relationship to the world is dynamic, not static. 44 Another advocate of “free-will” theism is Richard Rice. He comments that the interaction of God with a world in which human beings have genuine freedom does not require a denial of God’s foreknowledge, but only a careful redefinition of its scope. Rice argues that God knows much about the future. For example, He knows everything that will ever happen as the direct result of factors that already exist. He knows infallibly the content of his own future actions, to the extent that they are not related to human choices.

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