For whom did Jesus die? For all people or for only the elect? In this section, you'll find blog posts in which I prove from the scriptures and reason that Jesus died for all of humanity, not just a select few.
I am not a strict Arminian. I am not a strict Calvinist either. I find some truths in both systems. How I reconcile the truths I find in those systems that seem to contradict is through a theological system called Molinism. In this section, I'll explain how a Molinistic Soteriology is superior to classical Arminianism and Classical Calvinism.
Arminians and Calvinists disagree on several soteriological issues, but both affirm that if The Holy Spirit doesn't draw someone, they cannot and will not repent. Grace is needed to even come to Christ. But is this grace resistible or irresistible? In this section, you'll find me arguing that it's the former.
A section devoted to an a syllogistic argument proving that God loves all people and wants all people saved without having to resort to passages that explicitly say that (e.g John 3:16, 1 Timothy 2:4)