Episode 109: Arminius’ Fourfold Doctrine of Predestination (Part 1)

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In this series of episodes we will be diving into Arminius’ Fourfold Doctrine of Predestination as outlined in his Declaration of Sentiments (1608). We will see how it aligns with Covenant Theology, Scripture, and is thoroughly Christocentric. We will also discuss whether it could be described as “Reformed” or not and compare it to various Calvinistic versions of the doctrine of predestination. Could the theology of Arminius be more “Reformed” than the theology of many Calvinists today? I think so. Listen in to see what you think. 

Resources Used:

Arminius and His Declaration of Sentiments (W. Stephen Gunter)

Covenant Theology: Biblical, Theological, and Historical Perspectives (Crossway)

From Faith to Faith: John Wesley’s Covenant Theology and the Way of Salvation (Stanley J. Rodes)

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