Calvinism’s False Doctrine


Here follows an excellent, succinct rebuttal of Calvinism. The author, Cathy White, has saved me the job of writing such an article, and made my heart rejoice to read her very clear scriptural rejection of this unbiblical teaching.

Some years ago I read a book by Dave Hunt called, “What Love is this?  Calvinism’s Misrepresentation of God,” that went into detail on each of the TULIP points of this doctrine.  I recommend it to you for further study of this issue.

May the true and living Almighty God lead you into all truth of the difference between Religious TULIPs as opposed to the true doctrines of the Bible.

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“Calvinism” is very popular and many Christians, though they would not identify themselves as Calvinists, may have embraced some of Calvin’s doctrine without realizing it. The doctrine is named after a man named John Calvin, a reformer, who lived in the 1500’s. Calvinism propagates error. Knowledge of error helps us to be discerning when listening to or reading Christian material. If a teacher is a Calvinist, all that they teach will be taught through the lens of Calvinism. The result of this Calvinistic “bent” will be teachings that are dangerously distorted.

This is just a simple outline of Calvinism . . .

T.U.L.I.P. is an acronym used by Calvinists to describe the main five points of Calvinism.

T stands for TOTAL DEPRAVITY – This “Calvin” doctrine propagates the error that that man is so depraved and corrupt that he is not capable of making a choice to follow the Lord…

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