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The Origin of Arminian Theology

The Origin of Arminian Theology

Arminianism, Calendar Articles, Christian Living, Methodist churches

Listen February 7, 1604 James Arminius began to lecture on predestination Under Martin Luther and John Calvin, theology moved away from Pelagianism, or the belief that man was solely responsible for his spiritual direction. In its place, Luther and Calvin suggested that determinism (or pagan fatalism) was the most appropriate description of how God relates to the world. That is, the...Read more... Read more...

The Christian Week and Sabbath

The Christian Week and Sabbath

Calendar Articles, Christian Living, Experience, Practice & Life, Methodist churches, Sunday

Listen Daniel Whedon was one of the most distinguished Methodist scholars and churchman of nineteenth-century American Methodism. His interest in the subject of the Lord’s Day should be no surprise to the reader given the fact that the subject occupied an important place in Methodist doctrine and practice, but it also was one of great importance to the spiritual life of America...Read more... Read more...

Daniel Whedon (1808-1885)

Daniel Whedon (1808-1885)

Calendar Articles, Christian Living, Methodist churches

Listen Daniel Denison Whedon was a pivotal figure in the struggle between Calvinism and Arminianism in nineteenth-century America. As a result of his efforts, some historians have concluded that he was responsible for a new doctrine of man that was more dependent upon philosophical principles than Scripture. Early Life I. Birth (1808) Daniel Whedon was born March 20, 1808 in Onondaga,...Read more... Read more...

Biblical Doctrines Summarized

Biblical Doctrines Summarized

Calendar Articles, Christian Living, Methodist churches

Listen The following excerpt is taken from Essays, Reviews, and Discourses by Daniel Whedon.[1] It first appeared in Bibliotheca Sacra, April, 1862 as “Fundamental Maxim of Divine Government.” Thought this article does not begin to exhaust the doctrinal truth of God’s Word, it is a helpful summary of the basic teachings of the Bible. Daniel Whedon was one of the greatest...Read more... Read more...

God’s Holy People Still Die Well

God’s Holy People Still Die Well

Calendar Articles, Christian Living, Default Category, Methodist churches, Nazarene Church

Listen Dr. Richard S. Taylor (1912-2006) was one of the most well-known and loved Wesleyan-Arminian scholars and churchmen of twentieth- and early-twenty-first-century America. He will always be remembered for his scholarship and advocacy of the message of Christian holiness, but he should also be remembered for his interest in poimenics—pastoral theology. Though most of his books are...Read more... Read more...

John William Fletcher (1729-1785)

John William Fletcher (1729-1785)

Calendar Articles, Christian Biography, Christian Living, Methodist churches

Listen John William Fletcher is often referred to as the “First Theologian of Methodism.” He earned this popular title as a result of having vigorously defended John Wesley’s Arminianism against Calvinistic polemical rivals. In the early- and mid-1770s, Fletcher undertook the defense of Wesley against Calvinists who charged Wesley with Pelagianism or works righteousness. Fletcher...Read more... Read more...