I have many Calvinist friends, and when we discuss matters of theology or doctrine, almost inevitably, the conversation turns to them saying something like "That's because of God's sovereignty," or ...
I'm quite sure I understand the concept of Total Depravity, but I'm not sure it's viewed exactly the same in different doctrinal frameworks that support it. I've spent a lot of time among Lutherans, ...
What is the difference between the doctrines of “Perseverance of the Saints” and “Eternal Security?”
The terms "Perseverance of the Saints," "Eternal Security," and the phrase "once saved, always saved" are a bit fuzzy in my head. I understand the general concept behind them, but what are the ...
Possible Duplicate: What is the difference between the doctrines of “Perseverance of the Saints” and “Eternal Security?” I know that Calvinists believe in "Eternal ...
The term "Common Grace" is often thrown around in reformed circles. What is this concept? What is the scriptural basis for the belief?
Calvin, among his other points, includes the point that when we are saved, we are irresistibly drawn to God and that there is nothing we can do to prevent this or cause this. What is the Biblical ...
Is there a difference between Augustinianism and (Five Points) Calvinism as they relate to the doctrine of salvation? If so, what is the difference?
Calvin, among his other points, includes the point that Atonement is Limited; ie that Christ's death was sufficient for all but only effective for the elect. What is the Biblical basis of this ...
Calvin, among his other points includes the point that we are Unconditionally Elected and chosen by God alone and nothing we can do can help or hurt this fact. What is the Biblical basis for this?
Calvin, among his other points starts with the point that we are totally depraved and sinful from birth. What is the Biblical basis for this point?