Getting Past the TULIP

Tuesday, 03 Jan 2012

Like Christ's redeeming work, then, faith is not merely offered but is actually conferred, by sheer grace and without any obligation to grant it.
Just as Luther’s followers preferred to be called “evangelicals” but were labeled “Lutherans” by Rome, around 1558 Lutherans coined the term “Calvinist” for those who held Calvin’s view of the Supper over against both Zwingli and Luther. Despite self-chosen labels such as “evangelical” and “Reformed” (preferred because the aim was always to reform the catholic church rather than start a new one), “Calvinism” unfortunately stuck as a popular nickname. No Central Dogma Contrary to popular misconception, Calvin did not in fact differ from the average Augustinian theologian, either in the substance or the importance ...

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