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Christopher Insole on Lawrence Pasternack's "Kant on Religion"

LAWRENCE PASTERNACK | Guidebook to Kant on Religion within the Boundaries of Mere Reason | Routledge 2014

By Christopher Insole

Part of the reason for the undoubted success of Pasternack’s excellent book is the distinctive and persuasive interpretative framework within which Pasternack treats fine-grained textual problems. 8,321 more words

AmC Critic

Arminianism and Pelagianism

Last week we looked at Calvinism and the potential towards bad theology. Today, however, we turn to Arminianism to study its one pitfall. Arminianism historically was part of the Reformed tradition. 579 more words

Hamartiology: The Doctrine of Sin – Part 3

<– Part 2

I won’t spend much time, if any, revisiting the previous articles as I post new ones in this series. Let’s dive right in to new material: 851 more words

Theology

Original Sin - A Bedrock Christian Belief?

Some years ago I had the honor of presiding over the annual banquet of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick in Cincinnati to celebrate the Feast of St. 793 more words

Evangelizing

Augustine and the Pelagius Debate: Pre-fall or Post-fall?

Saint Augustine

In the world of theology, Pelagianism is generally understood to be the teaching (from a man named Pelagius) that mankind has the natural powers  1,460 more words

Holiness And Sanctification

Why Tony Miano Is A Liar by Jesse Morrell

Tony Miano Lies about Jesse Morrell

Tony Miano is a staunch Calvinist who has repeatedly and habitually attacked myself and other non-Calvinists. I once called him out for spreading a lie that I was a some type of “nomad” street preacher that didn’t go to church. 559 more words

Pelagius (A.D. 354-415)

This Irish monk rejected Augustine’s teaching on original sin, believing that sin exists through individual habituation rather than ontological or legal inheritance. Hence, he emphasized the necessity of moral perfection and obeying God on the basis of free will. 36 more words

Church History