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Category: Calvinism

The TULIP’s Petals and Sepals, part 3

by Ronnie Rogers 3. Limited Atonement: Christ’s death is of infinite value, but He died salvifically only for the unconditionally elect. Calvinism understands limited atonement to mean that Christ’s death did not in any eternally meaningful way pay for the sins of the non-elect. Thus, there is not even the remotest possibility of even one […]

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The TULIP’s Petals and Sepals, part 2

by Ronnie Rogers Unconditional Election: God chose for some to be the objects of His unmerited favor, and salvation is totally a work of God—monergistic.Calvinism’s understanding of unconditional election necessarily includes that God has selected to give the salvifically required new nature to only some of His vast humanity even though all are in equally […]

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The TULIP’s Petals and Sepals, part 1

by Ronnie Rogers Before you make the TULIP your flower of choice, consider it in full bloom. TULIP is used acronymically to succinctly point out the major emphases of Calvinism. I well understand that the use of the TULIP does not fully illustrate the depth and breadth of Calvinism. I do understand that some believe […]

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Super Spirituality Syndrome: Claiming More Christ or Gospel Than Others

Comments closed overnight by Rick Patrick I will never forget where I was when I first heard the term super spiritual separatism. It was a classroom discussion in one of my first doctoral seminars. I had openly shared my experience about some church members whose preferences were causing conflict in the fellowship. Hot dogs were […]

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The Indwelling of the Holy Spirit in Regeneration

by Bob Hadley NOTE: Comments are closed. A lot has been written about Jesus’ statement to Nicodemus, “Most assuredly, I say to you, unless one is born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God.” (Jn 3:3 NKJV) Jesus repeats Himself in verse 7, “Do not marvel that I said to you, ‘You must be […]

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