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Where is the love of God in Calvinism? Part 6

Where is the love of God in Calvinism?  Part 6

Unconditional Election:  Forced or Free to Choose?

tiiptoeing-tulipsUnconditional election is our second stop on the tiptoeing through the “TULIP” theology.  Calvinists say that this principle must rationally follow their dogma of Total Depravity (which they describe as the total inability, not merely sinfulness).  A leading Calvinist Herman Hanko says, “No man can claim ever to ...

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Where is the love of God in Calvinism? Part 5

Where is the love of God in Calvinism?  Part 5

Total Depravity:  Sinfulness or Incapability to Believe?

The errors incumbent in the five points of Calvinism are easily recognized when one compares the teachings of Calvinists to the teaching of scripture.  While some of the five points may appear to have a scriptural foundation, it will be demonstrated that all of the five points—as taught by leading Calvinists—lack scriptural merit.  We commence our “tiptoeing through the tulips” with the letter “T” Total ...

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Where is the love of God in Calvinism? Part 4

Where is the love of God in Calvinism?  Part 4

Calvin, Arminius, and the Church Counsels

The typical Christian that rejects the doctrines of Calvinism are frequently called an “Arminian.”  This labeling I believe is a failure of most Calvinist because the typical Christian today is neither a Calvinist or an Arminian.  We should follow God’s Word and not the word of men.

1 Thessalonians 2:4 (KJB) “But as we were allowed of God to be put in trust with the gospel, even ...

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Where is the love of God in Calvinism? Part 3

Where is the love of God in Calvinism?

Calvin:  Politician and Persecutor

As has been sufficiently demonstrated in the previous two articles, Calvin borrowed much of his theology from the “Father of Roman Catholic Theology,” Augustine.  Through Augustine, Calvin became persuaded of the need to establish the Kingdom of God on earth.  When he rose to power in Geneva, Switzerland, Calvin desired to build God’s kingdom through political maneuvering and persecution—methods approved by Augustine and practiced by Rome.

The Despotism of Geneva

Calvin sought ...

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