In August I had the pleasure of visiting Brazil. Although it was my fourth time in Brazil, it was my first time to be invited for what amounted to a book tour. Here’s how it happened.
Recently, there has been a resurgence of Arminianism in Brazil. Wait. Let me back up a bit. For the past few years, there has been a resurgence of Calvinism in evangelicalism. (This is something I intend to discuss in later posts.) This resurgence of Calvinism has reached Latin America, including Brazil. And wherever “five-point Calvinism” goes, resistance to it follows close behind. Thus, the resurgence of Arminianism, as a form of anti-Calvinism, in Brazil.