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A branch of Protestantism emphasizing the sovereignty of God and his covenants with humanity. Also known as Calvinism.

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It would seem that "total depravity" along with predestination is what defines Calvinism but I submit that all five points of Calvinism go hand in hand. Reformed theology emphasizes the doctrine of g …
answered Dec 12 '18 by Little miss piper
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There is another question like this on the CSE but seems to be answered with the Catholic view in mind. As a Calvinist, I have become quite confused or I am just not properly understanding the differ …
asked Jan 8 by Little miss piper
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I am a Calvinist and I will try to answer this difficult but explainable question in my thoughts and belief in scripture. Until we can see man's total depravity and God's total sovereignty we will nev …
answered Nov 12 '18 by Little miss piper
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God's preceptive will or revealed will is made known in His word, but His decretive will or secret will is His own hidden counsel. When we speak of God's revealed will, this defines OUR duty and ou …
answered Dec 29 '18 by Little miss piper