Often remarked upon, little acted against, evangelicalism’s continuous love affair with pelagianism is a sordid tale, filled with mischief, mystery and mayhem. One which paradoxically illustrates the very doctrinal notion that it seeks to deny or, at least, forget. Indeed, evangelicalism has never quite been able to shake off pelagianism. The understanding that human nature […]
The Prodigal Pelagian?
Over at The Gospel Coalition Australia, a friend, Matthew Payne, had an article posted up titled ‘The Prodigial Arminian?’. In which, he unpacks a thoroughly Calvinistic understanding of the parable of ‘the Prodigal Son’. However before proceeding to do so, he states: I’ve heard it said that Jesus’ famous parable ‘the Prodigal Son’ teaches Arminianism […]