Grace, Faith, Free Will

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Randall House Publications, 2002 - Philosophy - 245 pages
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Grace, Faith, Free Will addresses issues that have divided Calvinists and Arminians since the Reformation. Using historical, systematic, and Biblical theology, Robert Picirilli contrasts both views of salvation. His "Reformation Arminianism" reclaims the original beliefs of Arminius and his defenders.

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A Great Defense for Classical Arminianism

User Review  - The Seeking Disciple -

Dr. Picirilli's book is an excellent and well thought out defense for the theological thinking of Jacobus Arminius known as Arminianism. In this work, Dr. Picirilli argues for a return to the ... Read full review

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User Review  - DonaldH -

He did an excellent job on the subject matter. I gave it four stars, it's readable for people that are well read. But for someone looking for the basics, I think someone should write a text - Arminianism For Dummies. Read full review


Arminius and the Revolt against Calvinism
The Plan of Salvation
The Provision of Salvation
The Application of Salvation
Perseverance in Salvation
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About the author (2002)

Robert E. Picirilli completed his degrees at Welch College (B.A.) and Bob Jones University (M.A., Ph.D.) and spent his career teaching and in academic administration at Welch, specializing in the Greek New Testament. He has authored and co-authored several books published by Moody Press, Thomas Nelson, and Randall House. Such works include Grace, Faith, Free Will and Teacher, Leader, Shepherd. He has also written several articles published in theological journals and serves as the General Editor for the Randall House Bible Commentary Series. Dr. Picirilli also served as the president of the Accrediting Association of Bible Colleges and moderator of the National Association of Free Will Baptists. Robert E. Picirilli lives in Nashville, Tennessee.

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