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Arminianism Refuted

This definition is my own:

Arminianism- is a school of theology based on the teachings of James Arminius (Lat. Jacobus Arminius; Dutch, Jacob Hermanson or Van Ierman). The system which is called after his name consist mainly of five points, over and against the Reformed theological school known as Calvinism. Arminius differed sharply from Augustine and the Reformers on monergistic regeneration. After the death of James Arminius, his students known as the Remonstrants submitted five points to the Dutch Reformed Church. These five points were supposed to have been what they had learned from Arminius, but we do not know whether he would have acknowledged all five. The Dutch Reformed Church called a synod that met for six months in 1618-1619 to examine the five points of the Remonstrants. The synod drew up five points in answer to the five points which were submitted to them. Thus the Dutch Reformed five points became known as the five points of Calvinism or 'Tulip.' The Remonstrants five points became known as 'Arminianism.'

The definition below comes from Theopedia:

Arminianism- is a school of theology based on the teachings of Dutch theologian Jacob Arminius, for whom it is named. It is perhaps most prominent in the Methodist movement and found in various other evangelical circles today. It stands in contrast to Calvinism, with which it has a long history of debate. Arminians as well as Calvinists appeal to various Scriptures and the early church fathers to support their respective views, however the differences remain — particularly as related to the sovereignty of God in salvation and the ideas of election and predestination.

Who was Arminius? by W. Robert Godfrey

Arminianism: The Road to Rome by Augustus Toplady

An Antidote Against Arminianism by Christopher Ness (Pdf)

Arminianism Exposed by Rev. Mark Hezer

The Five points of Calvinism and Arminianism

Calvinism, Arminianism, and Freewill Explained clearly with 136 Verses

Arminianism Exposed from: A Display of Arminianism by John Owen

Arminianism and the Atonement by John Murray

Monergism: Arminianism

An Antidote Against Popery (Pdf)

Is Arminianism a Different Gospel? by Rev. E. Kampen

Arminianism: Another Gospel by William MacLean (Pdf)

Baptized Arminianism–The Puritan Storm by P. Andrew Sandlin

A Display of Arminianism: Scroll down to John Owen

A Display of Arminianism by John Owen from

Are there Two Wills in God? by John Piper

Does God Elect persons Based on Their Forseen Faith? by John Hendryx

Freewill Versus the Bible by Reg Barrow

The ‘god’ of Arminianism by Augustus Toplady

Compatibilistic Determinism by John Hendryx

The Idol of Freewill by John Owen

Prevenient Grace and Semi-Pelagianism by Scott Christensen (Pdf)

"How Should Calvinists Deal with Arminians?" by James White (Video)

A Few Problems With Arminianism and a Case For Calvinism

Differences between Semi-Pelagianism and Arminian Beliefs

The Arminian Controversy and the Synod of Dort - S. Vandergugten

Freewill Refuted:

A Review of Luther and Erasmus: Freewill and Salvation (Pdf)

Freewill and Total Depravity RBC Pamphlet (Pdf)

Myth of Freewill by Walter Chantry (Pdf)

God’s Sovereignty and Human Will by A. W. Pink (Pdf)

The Golden Idol of Freewill by Augustus Toplady (Pdf)

Is Calvinism Inconsistent with Freewill by Lorainne Boetnner

Calvin on Freewill by John Calvin [From the Institutes of the Christian religion] (Pdf)

Man’s Freewill & Salvation in Brief by Charlie Martin (Pdf)

Freewill a Slave by C. H. Spurgeon (Pdf)

If God Knows our Choices, Do We Still Have Freewill? by Matthew J. Slick (Pdf)

To My Arminian Friends by aymon de albatru (Pdf)

Calvin on Christian Liberty (Pdf)

All those just listed in this section are at the same site and can be found on one page: Albatrus

Sermons on Arminianism

Freewill (Pdf)

Answering Arminian Objections:

Is God Just in Passing Over Some While saving Others? by John Hendryx

A Quick Response to the Arminian 'Drowning Man Analogy' by John Hendryx

A Short Response to the Arminian Doctrine of Prevenient Grace ... by John Hendryx

Dave Hunt's and James White's Almost debate on Calvinism:

Dave Hunt's -What Love is This? Chapter 4 (Pdf)

Dave Hunt: Repeater of Fully Refuted Fables by James White

An Open Letter to Dave Hunt by James White

Dave Hunt's Response to James White

The 'Almost Debate' of White versus Hunt and the 'Follow Up'

Dave Hunt vs. Charles Haddon Spurgeon--Using Obfuscation to Avoid Admission of Simple and Documented Error by James White

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