• 40 Questions About Arminianism

    40 Questions About Arminianism
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    Price: $27.99

    ISBN: 9780825446856

    Edition: March 29, 2022

    Pages: 400

    Dimensions: 6 x 9 (inch.)

    Publication date: March 29, 2022

    Format: Paperback

    Imprint: Kregel Academic

    Category: Theology and Religious Studies

    Series: 40 Questions Series

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    40 Questions About Arminianism

    The actual life and teaching of Jacobus Arminius are often unknown or misunderstood across many Protestant traditions. Answers beyond a basic caricature can be elusive. What are the essential historical backgrounds of Arminianism, and what theological teachings connect to the Arminian point of view? Mixing solid historical research with biblical and doctrinal precision, Baptist scholar J. Matthew Pinson clarifies the foundations of this influential tradition.

    40 Questions About Arminianism addresses the following questions and more:
    • Who was Jacobus Arminius?
    • How has the church interpreted God's desire that everyone be saved?
    • How is Arminianism different from Calvinism?
    • Can one be both Reformed and Arminian?
    • What is "universal enabling grace"?
    • What do Arminians mean by "free will"?
    • Do Arminians believe that God predestines individuals to salvation?
    • Is it possible for a Christian to apostatize?

    An accessible question-and-answer format helps readers pursue the issues that interest them most and encourages a broad understanding of historic and contemporary Arminianism, with additional resources available at 40questions.net.
    Author: J. Matthew Pinson
    J. Matthew Pinson has been president of Welch College in Gallatin, Tennessee, for twenty years and previously served as a pastor of churches in Alabama, Connecticut, and Georgia. He holds a master's degree from Yale University and a doctorate from Vanderbilt University and is the author or editor of ten books, including Arminian and Baptist: Explorations in a Theological Tradition.