[PDF.ePUB.MOBI] T.U.L.I.P. and the Bible Author Dave Hunt – serv3.3pub.co.uk

[PDF.ePUB.MOBI]  T.U.L.I.P. and the Bible Author Dave Hunt – serv3.3pub.co.uk [Read] ➫ T.U.L.I.P. and the Bible By Dave Hunt – Serv3.3pub.co.uk Thousands of readers have been wonderfully and powerfully influenced by Dave Hunt's authoritative 590 page hardcover treatise on Calvinism What Love Is This but many have asked for a concise analysis Thousands of readers have been wonderfully and powerfully influenced by Dave Hunt's authoritative page hardcover treatise on Calvinism What Love Is This but many have asked for a concise analysis of reformed theology T.U.L.I.P. and ePUB ✓ After years of popular demand The Berean Call is pleased to offer this resource designed to help believers navigate the confusing and conflicting views surrounding the Five Points of Calvinism commonly known by the acronym TULIP Presented in an attractive easy to read x paperback and trimmed down to just pages are Dave's essential comments on the Five Points extracted from the pages of What Love Is This and beautifully arranged for greater accessibility Some readers may never have heard of TULIP Others though knowing that it has something to do with Calvinism find it difficult to remember what each letter represents T stands for Total Depravity U stands for Unconditional Election L stands for Limited Atonement I stands for Irresistible Grace P stands for Perseverance of the Saints uoting from the major Calvinistic creeds or confessions including actual citations and context from the Canons of Dort and the Westminster Confession of Faith Dave Hunt proceeds to dissect the sacred TULIP one petal at a time exposing each of Calvin's five points to the light of Scripture as a workman rightly dividing the word of truth With reformed theology and reconstructionism enjoying a recent resurgence among young adult ministries and across denominational boundaries The Berean Call is pleased to offer this long awaited resource at an attractive price for owning sharing and giving.

7 thoughts on “T.U.L.I.P. and the Bible

  1. Cori Cori says:

    Dave Hunt leans wholly on the Word of God not the vain philosophies of man to communicate with love and grace the teachings of Calvinism His logic reasoning and theology are excellent simplifying a complicated subject Thanks for daring to speak the truth Mr Hunt

  2. Matthew Brubacher Matthew Brubacher says:

    TULIP is one of the best booklets available that looks at the inconsistencies of Calvinism Dave Hunt's logic is beautifully condensed from his larger book What Love is This into this smaller one that's easier to read He does a good job of showing that the 5 points of Calvinism are interdependent and that one cannot reasonably be less than a five point Calvinist without multiplying the contradictions that Calvinism already faces Does God love every person in the world not only like we could love them but than we could? Calvin says no; Hunt says yes God is love Did God will Adam to sin against His will in the garden of Eden? Calvin says yes; Hunt says no that's an impossible contradictionHunt uotes a multitude of Calvinist writers some are 5 points Calvinists some are not to establish what they believe He also distinguishes between what Arminius believed and what most Arminians believe today This is where I believe he falls into error especially in the chapter on the Perseverance of the Saints Hunt believes in eternal security which I cannot reconcile with the many calls to God's people to repentance and steadfastness in the Bible Even as Hunt cannot believe in unconditional election because God repeatedly called the unbelieving in the Bible so I cannot believe in eternal security without obedience after conversion due to the many calls for faithfulness and steadfastness God cannot accept any sin in heaven and if a Christan sins and refuses to give in to God and wash his soul how can his soul be taken to the presence of God after his death to be in His sight eternally? So Hunt's eternal security though it came up only briefly causes me to rate this booklet with 4 stars instead of 5 Hunt views the Anabaptists favorably since he believes in a believer's baptism after a person responsibly chooses to put his faith in Jesus Christ So while he agrees with the Anabaptists in that area he does hold an unbalanced view of faith and works saying that they are opposites I as an Anabaptist believe that faith entails than mere belief but assumes confidence and obedience as well thus faith and works are inseparable Of course works alone will get us nowhere; if God would not have offered us salvation all the works in the world would save no one Through Christ alone we become sons but let's live in obedience to God so we though unprofitable servants yet please HimThe book has been a great help to me and I recommend it to everyone

  3. David David says:

    Hunt in this work gives a surface level critiue of Calvinism He rightly observes It is not possible to be a Calvinist and hold logically and consistently to less than all five points His overview of Calvinism and the immediate counter response to it are the same as those found with other authors On the positive side he presents several Scriptures that can be interpreted to counter the notion of limited atonement On the negative side he fails to go deeper and give a non Calvinist perspective on the Biblical concept of election If you want one of several non Calvinist resources then I recommend this one to add to your list If you're wanting to read just one rebuttal to Calvinism I recommend Roger Olsen's Against Calvinism or Leighton Flowers' The Potter's Promise

  4. Mark Dunn Mark Dunn says:

    I'm amused to see the bluenoses up in arms over The Young Restless And Reformed They smoke cigars and drink fancy beer and watch horror movies The John MacAuther's of the world are worried about how they YRR act all the while teaching the heresy of TULIP

  5. Brian Ledtke Brian Ledtke says:

    Super short book but took me a very long time to get through it because it's very dense and repeats many of his points over and over Great book though because of its argumentnot super well written or engaging

  6. tsatp tsatp says:

    MUST read for anyone who calls themself a Christian

  7. Roger Heathcote Roger Heathcote says:

    You have to be kiddingAs a Deist I can't believe anyone including Beck seriously accepts all this tripe about how the great Designer of the Universes truly thinks and acts If there is such a thing as sin it is not using our natural reasoning gift as demonstrated by the general content and message of this book

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