Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Calvinism/Arminianism Debate' started by Inspector Javert, May 6, 2015.
I don't have access to youtube. Please give me the salient points --that is, unless the whole thing is a joke.
Very good video thanks for posting it.
Episcopius said, "What is plainer than that of the ancient divines, for three hundred years after Christ, those at least who flourished before St. Augustine maintained the liberty of our will or an indifference to two contrary things free from all internal and external necessity."
Walter Arthur Copinger said, "All the fathers are unanimous on the freedom of the human will."
Lyman Beecher said, "The free will and natural ability of man were held by the whole church."
Augustine said, "We [Christians]...assert the liberty of the will, whereby our actions are either moral or immoral, and keep it free from every bond of necessity on account of the righteous judgment of God."
The works of Rev. John Fletcher later Vicar of Madeley, Volume Four, Published by John Mason, 1859 Edition, P.446