Keith Schooley

Arminian, Keith Schooley, explains: “One of the reasons that Arminianism appeals to me is that it’s not a systematic grid imposed upon Scripture. You don’t have to teach Arminianism like you have to teach the Calvinistic system: hand any new believer a Bible, and he’ll come to the conclusion that God desires the salvation of all, that Jesus died for all, that all those who hear the Gospel have an opportunity to accept it, and that those who are not saved resisted the offer. I truly believe that monergism came about as an overreaction of the Reformers to medieval Catholic theology, and of Augustine to Pelagianism (which is why we’re still called Catholics and Pelagians by the Reformed).”