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by Alan P. F. Sell

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Alan P. F. Sell
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The history of the Calvinist–Arminian debate begins in early 17th century in the Netherlands with a Christian theological dispute between the followers of John Calvin and Jacobus Arminius.

The history of the Calvinist–Arminian debate begins in early 17th century in the Netherlands with a Christian theological dispute between the followers of John Calvin and Jacobus Arminius, and continues today among some Protestants, particularly evangelicals. The debate centers around soteriology, or the study of salvation, and includes disputes about total depravity, predestination, and atonement.

In "The Great Debate", Alan Sell draws attention to the debate on the question human salvation. By examining the findings of the Calvinists and the Arminians, the author hopes to remind us that convictions concerning God's grace and human's need are of central importance to any vital theology.

His book The Great Debate: Calvinism, Arminianism and Salvation (Baker, 1983) was the first to use the expressions . Selected publications.

His book The Great Debate: Calvinism, Arminianism and Salvation (Baker, 1983) was the first to use the expressions "Armianism of the head" and "Armianism of the heart" which became better known through Roger E. Olson's Arminian Theology: Myths and Realities (IVP, 2006)  . The Great Debate: Calvinism, Arminianism and Salvation, Baker Book House, 1983. Defending and Declaring the Faith: Some Scottish Examples, 1860-1920 Contributor James B. Torrance.

by. Sell, Alan P. F. Publication date. Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564, Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564, Arminianism, Calvinism, Salvation, Arminianism, Calvinism, Salvation, Calvinisme, Arminianen, Soteriologie. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

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Finally, Calvinism is. contrasted with the main Christian alternative . contrasted with the main Christian alternative positions that have been adopted: namely, . .teaching concerning salvation and God's sovereign role within it, and that Calvinism is more compellingly. biblical than the alternatives that have be proposed through Christian history. The Christian doctrine of justification is of immense interest to historians and theologians, and continues to be of major importance in modern ecumenical discussions.

Calvinism, Arminianism and Salvation. Calvinism, Arminianism and Salvation. Worthing, H. E. Walter, 1982.

Series: Studies in Christian History and Thought. Overall, I would encourage people to read this book. Arminians naturally will love to see that Calvin often seemed to disagree with many of his earlier statements in his Institutes and seemed to teach an unlimited atonement. Calvinist will be glad to know that much of what Kendall writes here has been debated and written about by Calvinist theologians and it is safe to say that modern Calvinist do teach a limited atonement and can still find its basis in the works of Calvin. 12 people found this helpful.

That is, I think I know some Reformed evangelical critics of Arminianism . In the later history of theology Arminianism became a negative or delimiting concept.

That is, I think I know some Reformed evangelical critics of Arminianism who know how it differs from Semi-Pelagianism, but for polemical and political purposes engage in the demagoguery of continuing to call Arminians Semi-Pelagians. Most of the confusion and controversy, however, are unnecessary. They can be cleared up with a little solid historical information and goodwill.