This site exists to:

→ Positively affirm, define, and defend Arminianism as a viable Biblical-Theological system of theology;

→ Correct myriad myths and misconceptions about Arminianism, and

→ Expose Biblical-Theological deficiencies in the Calvinistic worldview.

I am a member of the Society of Evangelical Arminians (SEA), but the views expressed on this site are my own, and do not necessarily represent the views of the SEA.

9 thoughts on “About

  1. Daniel Shire April 22, 2013 / 6:27 am

    The website of the Society of Evangelical Arminians has been revised, so most of the links on your “Offsite” page to that site are not working.

    • Arminian April 22, 2013 / 6:47 am

      Yeah, I am aware of that. Unfortunately, a lot of the articles on the SEA site itself aren’t working, so I’m not in the process of updating yet.

      • Daniel Shire April 22, 2013 / 2:33 pm

        Thank you! Does the web master on that site know this?

        • Arminian April 23, 2013 / 1:36 am

          As far as I know, the guys in control of the site are aware of it.

  2. Silentseeker101 April 30, 2014 / 11:02 am

    Re: Calvinism and how to be saved. Rom.10:10,13 says all who call on name of the Lord will be saved.. simple.

    The gospel of John is written that those who read it may believe Jesus is Christ and have life ; John 20:31 – and this gospel does not even mention the word “repentance” once.

    Why? Because as Rom.10:10,13 says – all we need do is call on/believe in Jesus to be saved..

  3. fcjudd March 13, 2015 / 5:27 am

    Silentseeker, because one of the gospel accounts does not explicitly talk of repentance, you assume that repentance is not commanded and required for people to be saved?

    For doctrine to be biblical, it must take into account the testimony of all of Scripture and it must reconcile with the totality of that witness. Jesus Christ came preaching the gospel (Mt 4:23; 9:35; 11:5; Mk 1:14-15; Lk 3:18; 4:18; 7:22; 20:1) and his message included a call to repentance (Mt 4:17; Mk 1:15; Lk 5:32; 13:3-5). Furthermore, Christ taught that the gospel his disciples would proclaim in his name to all the nations was a message of “repentance for the forgiveness of sins” (Lk 24:45-47). So the message of the gospel accounts, taken together, clearly calls for repentance upon which forgiveness of sins is contingent. The same may be said of Acts and the Epistles. The fact is that Scripture views faith toward God and repentance from sin as two sides of the same coin. You cannot truly have one without the other.

  4. khnielsen October 24, 2015 / 11:37 pm

    Arminian, Thank you for this website. I plan to spend some time here reading. I’m working out my own personal theology and have decieded to move away from Dispensationalism to Arminianism.
    Again; Thank you for your hard work!

  5. Gil VanOrder, Jr. April 14, 2016 / 7:05 am

    How can I post a lengthy rebuttal to the Calvinists’ belief that 2 Peter 2:20-22 refers to people who were never really saved in the first place? It is four pages long (single spaced).

    • Arminian April 18, 2016 / 5:48 pm

      Hi Gil,

      Were you wanting to post the the document on this site and have it be publicly viewable? If so, I would have to review it before I could approve it for publishing.


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