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The Doctrines of Sovereign Grace

God is sovereign in his gracious salvation of sinners. These doctrines have been summarized by the popular acronym, TULIP.

T– The “Total Depravity” of the Sinner… 817 more words

Reformed Theology

AN EXHORTATION TO CONTINUE IN THE LORD

AN EXHORTATION TO CONTINUE IN THE LORD

A.W. Pink

“And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.” … 760 more words

A.W. Pink The Iconoclast

AN EXHORTATION TO CONTINUE IN THE LORD

AN EXHORTATION TO CONTINUE IN THE LORD

A.W. Pink

“And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.” … 761 more words

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Perseverance of the Saints

Perseverance of the saints is the name that is used to summarize what the Bible teaches about the eternal security of the believer. It answers the question, “Once a person is saved, can he lose his salvation?” Perseverance of the saints is the P in the acronym TULIP, which is commonly used to enumerate what are known as the five points of Calvinism. 1,253 more words

The five points of Calvinism

T stands for total depravity,

U for unconditional election,

L for limited atonement,

I for irresistible grace, and

P for perseverance of the saints.

Here are the definitions and Scripture references Calvinists use to defend their beliefs:

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Unconditional Election

Do Not Harden Your Heart - Hebrews Study 8

Cary Cox, from Hebrews 3:7-19. Israel could not enter the promised land because of unbelief – God swore they would not enter his rest. The writer of Hebrews warns Christians not to repeat this mistake of hardening our hearts at God’s better word – Jesus Christ. 35 more words

Podcast

Dyeing Tulips: Calvinism, "Free" Will, & Losing Our Religion

Well, this little miniseries on Calvinism has been fun.

We’ve talked through a bookthe history,  and reframed the traditional “points” of Calvinism: … 1,277 more words

Christianity/Theology