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 The Term T.U.L.I.P. to describe the Reformed doctrine of Predestination, was first coined by a 20th century theologian by the name of Loraine Boettner. Covered in our book are the subjects of the two natures of man, the doctrine of God’s Foreknowledge, Predestination, Election, Calling, Justification, Preservation and Glorification of believers. It also provides a refutation of an old heresy called Pelagianism. The denial of Original Sin; otherwise Biblically referred to as The Old Man or The Adamic Nature. This heresy has been around since the 4th Century and has been blamed on Pelagius , a 4th century heretic. Pelagius and/or his followers believed that man was good and not inherently evil, as Paul (especially) in Rom 6-8m etc. and later Augustine have written. This was the reason our LORD Jesus declared to Nicodemus in John 3 (in order to obtain Everlasting Life) You must be Born Again! Christ Died for the sins (acts) of every human being. 1Jo 2:1-2. Then why doesn’t this give us everlasting life automatically, you ask? The old man in Adam is the issue, not acts of sin. 1 Pe 1Pe 1:23 Being born again, not of corruptible seed (the old man in Adam), but of incorruptible, by the Word of God, who liveth and abideth for ever.


Can a Dispensationalist believe the Reformed Doctrine of Predestination?

Rev. Norman Carlson
ISBN-13: 978-1508739906 – ISBN-10: 1508739900
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