Dr. Keith Stanglin joins us to speak about the theology of Jacobus Arminius. Arminius was a Dutch theologian who served as a professor of theology at the University of Leiden. Many Calvinists will be familiar with his name as well as some version of his theological views. But are those views accurate? Today we discuss Arminius’s actual views as opposed to those of Arminians and semi-Pelagians or merely the caricatures that have been leveled against him through the generations. Many listeners will gain a new perspective on Arminius. Dr. Stanglin is associate professor at Austin Graduate School of Theology and has written extensively on the subject.
Books and Articles by Keith Stanglin
- The Reformation to the Modern Church: A Reader in Christian Theology
- Reconsidering Arminius: Beyond the Reformed and Wesleyan Divide
- Jacob Arminius: Theologian of Grace
- The Missing Public Disputations of Jacob Arminius
- Arminius, Arminianism, and Europe
- Arminius on the Assurance of Salvation: The Context, Roots, and Shape of the Leiden Debate
- “Methodological Musings on Historiography (A Rejoinder),” Church History and Religious Culture 92 (2012): 121–9.
- “The New Perspective on Arminius: Notes on a Historiographical Shift,” Reformation & Renaissance Review 11/3 (2009): 295–310.
- “S. M. Baugh and the Meaning of Foreknowledge: Another Look,” Trinity Journal 26 (2005): 19–31.
- “‘Baptism in the Sea’: An Invitation to Typological Interpretation,” Leaven 21/2 (2013): 70–4.
- “Knowledge: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly,” Salt, Leaven, and Light (April 26, 2012): 1–3.
- “‘Faith Comes from What is Heard’: The Reformers on the Ministry of the Word and the Holy Spirit,”Leaven 12/3 (2004): 161–6.