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Refresh and try again. I simply want to point out to readers that Olson’s critique of Molinism is in error. Mar 07, Jonny added it Shelves: Books by Roger E. All in all, a good read, a little boring at parts, but succeeds admirably in what it aims to do.
No trivia or quizzes yet. This book should be read by every serious student of the word of God. Rather, the focal point is defending Arminianism which has been defined more by Calvinists to the point where some wonder if an Arminian is even a Christian and that Arminians avoid the name because of the negative raelidades Calvinists give it. Many non-Arminians have noted this.
One of his main armijiana was armoniana show that Arminianism is a legitimate evangelical option at one level, this is true. For those interested, I continue this review here amd make some heavy critical comments.
Just remember that for all his calls for fairness, the author occasionally strays from his own standards. This reality has unfortunately brought about a countless number of myths and misunderstandings on both sides of the discussion.
Roger E. Olson – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre
Olson does an incredible job. God predestines to save all those who freely believe on Jesus Christ.
In each chapter Olson outlines the basic objection then gives his own response, followed by quotes from Arminius, the Remonstrants, Wesley, 19th century Arminians, and 20th century Arminians that counter the myth. It will prove useful in at least four ways: As I said in the first paragraph of this review, this is a “setting the record straight” book.
Roger Olsen here shows that Arminianism is not the same as any form of Pegalianism.
Roger E. Olson
When you look at the writings of the major Arminian theologians throughout the century, it is clear that Arminianism is much misunderstood by many of its critics. For example, Arminians say believe that grace is necessary for salvation and that salvation is all of grace, and, in one sense, they do believe this.
But in arguing against Muller, Olson provides no counterargument, just statements contrary to that most eminent Reformed Historical Divine, Richard A. I don’t want to belabor this point.
My only gripe is that he constantly refers to an issue of Modern Reformation magazine dating back to Return to Book Page. The predominant weakness of the book, and one that I would have liked to have seen be a strength rather than a weakness is the lack of relidades documentation concerning the various myths presented.
Some Arminians have held problematic views, but then so have some Calvinists. My only fault, other than some repetition that the reader is warned of in the introduction, is that Olson occasionally uses theological terms that the lay reader may not fully understand; but to his credit, Dr.
For example, Olson objects to Muller’s claim that Arminius appropriated elements of Molinism in order to articulate an account of predestination, free-will, contingency, etc Aug 27, J. It is a very thorough piece of scholarship written at a popular level.
Arminian Theology: Myths and Realities
Read another of the author’s books and decided to give this one. Olson is generally fair and honest in his comments on Calvinism and also the weaknesses of his own system.
Outros pontos neg “Teologia Arminiana: It does not believe in some innate goodness of man. God foreordained the choosing of A, yet Bob’s freedom is in tact. Feb 27, Alex Stroshine rated it really liked it Shelves: Roger Olson’s book is packed chock full of great facts about Arminianism, many of which the average self-proclaimed Arminian is probably not aware of.
I recommend this book to any who would want to know the differing theological nuances within Arminianism, but if you’re looking for Arminian biblical exposition, this is not the book you’re looking for. The historical research in this book is outstanding.