Category Archives: Wesleyan Arminian

200,000 All Time Hits

Break out the grape juice (I’m a Nazarene, after all)!  Some time yesterday, the blog broke 200,000 all time hits.  I’d like to say thanks to all the readers.

Since its move from blogspot in 2010, the blog has averaged about:

  • 133 hits a day
  • 4000 hits a month
  • 50,000 hits a year.

Overall traffic to the blog seems to be trending up, even though I’ve neglected it lately.  Here are the average hits per day over the last 4 years:


Here are the 10 most popular posts of all time.  Interestingly, the top 3 have nothing to do with Arminian theology:

And lastly, here are the top views by country for the past year.  The blog clearly does better in the English world, and there are very few readers who live in the Sahara or the “stan” countries.  Brazil comes in at #6, so thanks also to the Portuguese readers, especially those who have translated some of the posts.



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8 Things Wesleyans Need to Learn from Neo-Calvinism

Good and insightful article on Seedbed: 8 Things Wesleyans Need to Learn from Neo-Calvinism

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Welcome to Wesleyan Arminian!

Welcome to my new blog:

The focus of this blog will be Arminian theology from a Wesleyan perspective (if the title doesn’t give it away). Since I am a layman, this blog will come from a layman’s view. I write with conversational words (like “salvation”) instead of more academic terms (like “soteriology”). Big words distract me.

Coming up in the near future, I want to take a look at some key Calvinist proof texts. I’m planning an overview of: Romans 9, John 6, and Ephesians 1. I also want to address other topics of interest to Wesleyan Arminians. Stuff like: open theism, holiness, views of the atonement, inerrancy, the state of the church universal, etc.

This blog needs a face lift. If you have some suggestions, drop me a note.

In addition, I plan on updating the labels / tagging on some of the old posts to make them easier to find.

I will still be posting on my old blog here: That blog will be devoted to family, politics, hobbies, and other sorts of interests.

To Him who is not willing that any should perish. To Him who is worthy to be praised. Further up and further in!

Kevin Jackson (Pizza Man)


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