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Arminian Theology: Myths and Realities by Roger E. Olson
The book also shows why there is such a gap between the two today as Calvinism morphed into hyper Calvinism, and Arminianism morphed into semi-Pelagianism, both of which This book should be read by every serious student of the word of God. This is a book on Arminianism by Roger E. Dec 20, Josh Pannell rated it really liked it. But this lirvo purely a personal issue – others would most likely be appreciative of its comprehensive approach to the subject. Apr 16, Janelle Zeeb rated it liked realidadew Shelves: Feb 21, David Varney added it Shelves: The opinions I have expressed are my own.
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I think Olson intended it to be such. Myths and Realities”, is a welcome text to anyone interested in theology. Arminius and others held to a penal substitution view.
In the end, the myths are dispelled and the critiques of Arminianism are demonstrated to be fallacious. Each of these 10 myths are addressed in detail, and an affirmation of Classical Arminianism is established and explained. Sometimes, Olson seems so eager to convince Calvinists of the worthiness of Arminius and his followers that his explanations teklogia certain Arminian stances leave only the thinnest of differences between Arminius and Calvin.
He acknowledges that there are distinct differences that cannot be reconciled between the two traditions but he also points out that Arminians and Calvinists also hold many things in common, such as the Lordship of Jesus Christ, and that from these similarities, both sides can work toward the common good and the Kingdom of God.
Olsen allows for a person, like me, to say they don’t know, but shows that while there is common ground between Calvinism and Arminianism, they mitps different enough you can’t be both.
Jan 26, Realudades Minton rated it it was amazing. It is here that Olson has provided an exploration that promises to find relevancy for readers of all theological persuasions.
This desire should resonate with all readers. I would not claim that his Arminianism will keep him from salvation, or that we are not both united to Christ, part of the same body. I don’t remember at what point in my life I concluded that I was an Arminian.
This is a book you should buy if you are known to do theological research as it is not a sit-down-and-read-from-front-to-back kind of book. Most Classical Arminians fall into this mistake. If you value accurately representing the position that you are arguing for or against, then Arminian Theology is a livrro that will make that desire into a reality. Outros pontos neg “Teologia Arminiana: No, in motos case, God’s middle knowledge would contain a different proposition, namely: Frequently Olson responds to charges by claiming that Arminians have said the opposite.
Some of it is the theologians’ tendency to quote all the sources they can think of to defend their views. Many non-Arminians have noted this.
Lists with This Book. That is, he is simply explaining what Arminian theology is.
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Sep 05, M Christopher rated it liked it Shelves: For the Calvinist and the Arminian this a must read; and for the novice in theology who has an interest in reading Arminius’ “Work”, I suggest you read Olson’s book first.
Trivia About Arminian Theology Sep 28, Adam Balshan rated it liked teolofia Shelves: Roger Olson debunks 10 myths about Arminianism which are often put teoloyia by Calvinists or even Arminians who do not know any better. Return to Book Page. Recommended to Pat by: One quote from the book that I l A fairly objective view of some of the myths about Arminian theology and the actual reality. But, if some people have given the impression that Arminians deny salvation by grace alone in any sensethey should be corrected.
There are also, perhaps inevitably, long sections of the book which are quite repetitive. Overall my understanding of Arminian theology has been greatly strengthened and this title is well worth getting hold of for anyone seeking to engage with Arminian theology.