Tag: grace

Ways of Speaking About the Human Response to Grace

In a recent article, “A Wesleyan Understanding of Faith and Repentance,” I explained the problem with several common ways of speaking about the human...

A Wesleyan Understanding of Faith and Repentance

Recovering the firm conviction that faith and repentance are both the gifts of God will lead to a renewed focus on the means of grace.

Prevenient Grace, Part 5: Is Wesleyan PG Biblical?

https://www.buzzsprout.com/1305259/8336106-is-wesleyan-prevenient-grace-biblical-part-4.js?container_id=buzzsprout-player-8336106&player=small In this final episode of a series on prevenient grace, Dr. David Fry and Johnathan Arnold discuss whether or not Wesleyan prevenient grace is...

Prevenient Grace, Part 4: Pelagianism, Revival Theology, and Charles Finney

https://www.buzzsprout.com/1305259/8116713-prevenient-grace-in-pope-pelagianism-revival-theology-charles-finney-part-3.js?container_id=buzzsprout-player-8116713&player=small In this episode, David Fry and Johnathan Arnold continue discussing Wesleyan prevenient grace in the thought of William Burt Pope. A Wesleyan doctrine of...

The Justification Equation (Galatians 2:15-21)

Our faith does not save us. Grace is what saves us. Faith is the condition.