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Sunday, July 13, 2008

TULIP











A tulip is a beautiful flower and it is an acronym used to describe a very important system of theology:

TULIP is an acronym used to remember the "Five Points of Calvinism," which is specifically related to soteriology, or the doctrine of salvation.
While the theological school of Calvinism is broader than the points of TULIP, it is commonly associated with its distinctives. The five points of TULIP are often referred to as the Calvinistic "Doctrines of Grace."
Source: Theopedia


The Five Points of Calvinism in acrostic form
T - Total depravity
U - Unconditional election
L - Limited atonement
I - Irresistible grace
P - Perseverance of the saints

Here is a series of audio messages on each point:

Tulip-Total Depravity

Tulip-A Study Of Election

TULIP-A Study Of Limited Atonement

TULIP: A Study Of Irresistable Grace

TULIP - Perseverance Of The Saints


No matter your theological perspective it would be wise to actually take the time to study these very important issues.

Have a great day.
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