Saturday, June 26, 2010

The Five Points of Calvinism and Arminianism

The following is a comparison of the five points of Calvinism and the five points of Arminianism arising out
of the Dutch Remonstrance controversy. The "Five Points" of Calvinism can be easily remembered by the acronym
TULIP. Admittedly, this discussion favours the Calvinist side. This material originally appeared in "Romans:
An Interpretative Outline (pp. 144-147), by David N. Steele and Curtis C. Thomas.
Quoted from Loraine Boettner's "The Reformed Doctrine of Predestination." Permission to reproduce granted in
the book.

Cut and paste did not space this well. so click on the title to see the article on http://www.christiansquoting.org.uk/page6.html#The%20Five%20Points%20of%20Calvinism%20and%20Arminianism

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2 Comments:

Blogger Tim said...

The cut-and-paste is so bad that this is illegible. The lines did not paste consecutively. You should remove this and re-do it.

4:41 am  
Blogger Graham Weeks said...

Happy to take your advice for which I thank you.

5:57 am  

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