The third doctrine of the TULIP is one I’ve found much agreement with as it falls right into place after what we have already established.
In this article, we’ll look at the second petal of the TULIP, that of the doctrine of Unconditional Election.
Does the use of the word “hope” in Acts 24:16 tell us Paul held some uncertainty in the future resurrection? Let’s take a look.
Our look into the five doctrines of the TULIP begins with Total Depravity and the view that man is completely and hopelessly lost on his own.
The critics claim to have found evidence of Jesus fearing death. Could they be right?
The theology of the reformation has been a topic of personal study the past few weeks. Calvinism and Arminianism have been pitted against each other numerous times, some I would dare say leaving more confused or bewildered because of it. Both of these doctrines have caused their fair share of fear, awe, uncertainty, and tears, so I shall attempt to hopefully clear a few things up with a series looking at each doctrine of the acronym TULIP along with examining the verses used for and against them. This post will serve as a summary of this series so links will be posted here at the time of completion.
Perseverance of the Saints
Additional verses and passages examined will be included as they are completed.
An important summary of each interpretation of the concept of predestination can be found in Glenn Millar’s article here.
Fellow apologist Robert Caponi recently refuted an atheist meme regarding a verse in Leviticus that seems to equate the bat as a bird. I thought I’d add my own two cents and address another problem that follows.
Have we lost our love for the church? Why have we given up saving it?
Although science isn’t my field and my knowledge of such an area is limited, I wanted to share this fantastic and well-researched video by YouTuber and apologist Inspiring Philosophy. I hope this can break the attack of delusion and open the door to intelligent discussion among both believers and non-believers.