Provision: A Summary Critique

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Provisionism: A Summary Critique

In this episode, I close out my rants on Provisionism with a summary critique. If Leighton Flowers and his provisionists followers want to object to provisionism being compared to Pelagianism, they need to specifically outline the distinctions between their view and Pelagianism. They also need to account for why they defend Pelagius and condemn Augustine. Finally, they need to explain why they platform unorthodox Christians who claim that Pelagianism is little more than a myth, a theological construct created by Pelagius’ opponents in order to proper up their own theology. What’s more, they need to explain why such a creation was necessary if there really wasn’t a Pelagian kind of movement from the start. 

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