Arminianism was started by Jacobus Arminius (1560-1609). He was born slightly before John Calvin died and was actually taught by Calvin's son-in-law. He was a Calvinist until one day when forced to defend his beliefs and found that his opponent could more ably defend his views against Calvinism. This caused Arminius to reject his Calvinistic background and “sought to modify Calvinism so that ‘God might not be considered the author of sin, nor man an automation in the hands of God.’”
Leading theologian explains what the term means.
Blog that discuss the topic of soteriology (study of salvation) within the theological framework of Arminianism.
Blog that discusses Arminian beliefs.
Article by R. L. Dabney.
Free encyclopedia resource provides good description of Arminianism.
Arminianism and Calvinism compared as well as biblical support for the viewpoints of each.
Compares and contrasts Arminianism with Calvinism, from an Arminian point of view.
Beliefs of this Arminian denomination are outlined with Scriptures provided.
An appeal printed in Christianity Today magazine by a modern evangelical theologian.
Examines the biblical, theological, and historical basis for the doctrine of eternal security. Extensive articles, links to other pages, and forums.
Articles on Arminianism.
Nazarene university provides links to churches and other resources in this Wesleyan/Arminian denomination.
Features the teachings of Dr. Greg Boyd. Open theism.
Association of evangelical scholars and laymen who adhere to Arminian theology. Lists many articles, texts, and off site resources.
A short history of how Arminianism began and a look at the very basic ideas behind it.
Article with other resources.
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