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Where is the love of God in Calvinism? Part 7

Where is the love of God in Calvinism?  Part 7

Limited Atonement: Did Christ Die for the Whole World?

As previously posted, Calvinism restricts the love of God by suggesting that God has only chosen to save a few and condemn the rest (Unconditional Election).  Accepting this point logically leads to the thought that Christ did not die for the sins of the whole world, but rather for the sins of only the elect.  Calvinists teach that their doctrine of ...

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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 be either ...

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