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Discussion in 'Commentaries' started by KMK, Apr 30, 2014.
What would be the most representative Arminian work on Rom 9?
While not officially Arminian, Origen gives a decent discussion and he anticipated all of the later synergist arguments.
John Wesley’s Explanatory Notes on Romans
You can try Adam Clarke, Spurgeon referred to him as the prophet of the Methodists.
Classical Arminianism by Pinson and Forlines half the books seems to be discounting the reformed exegesis of Romans 9
Classical Arminianism: F. Leroy Forlines, J. Matthew Pinson: 9780892656073: Amazon.com: Books
Here is Forlines commentary on Romans
Romans (Randall House Bible Commentary): F. Leroy Forlines, Robert E. Picirilli: 9780892659494: Amazon.com: Books
Both books try to lay out a non-pelagian Arminianism but the theology never works out because in practice the churches always become straight up Pelagian. The Freewill Baptists are about as Pelagian as a church can be.