Series: Five Points of Calvinism
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Historical Introduction - by Michael Phillips
Five Points of Calvinism - Part 1 of 9
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2 Timothy 1:13
Jun 19, 2005 pm - This afternoon, with the Lord's blessing, I hope to begin a study of The Five Points of Calvinism. I do this every few years, not because I think Calvinism is the Gospel, but because I'm sure it clarifies the Gospel. The Gospel, in short, is Christ died for our sins, and it is not a distinctly ... More >>>


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Doctrinal Introduction - by Michael Phillips
Five Points of Calvinism - Part 2 of 9
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Isaiah 52:7
Jun 26, 2005 pm - Last Sunday afternoon we began a study on The Five Points of Calvinism. We didn't start with the first point of Calvinism, but with the history of the Five Points-where they came from, who was behind them, what they were for, what they were against, and why we have five of them, and not six, or ... More >>>


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Hermeneutical Introduction - by Michael Phillips
Five Points of Calvinism - Part 3 of 9
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1 Thessalonians 5:21
Jul 10, 2005 pm - This afternoon, with God's blessing, we'll move on in our study of The Five Points of Calvinism. First, we surveyed their history. If the Five Points are Biblical, then they're at least as old as the Bible itself. But in their present form, they can be traced back to the early Seventeenth Century ... More >>>


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Total Depravity - by Michael Phillips
Five Points of Calvinism - Part 4 of 9
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Romans 8:7-8
Jul 24, 2005 pm - Today we will move on in our study of The Five Points of Calvinism. After working on it for three Sunday afternoons, we still haven't got to the first of the Five Points, but today we will, with God's blessing. The easiest way to remember the doctrines is by the acronym, Tulip, whose five letters ... More >>>


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Unconditional Election - by Michael Phillips
Five Points of Calvinism - Part 5 of 9
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Ephesians 1:3-6
Jul 31, 2005 pm - Today, with God's leave, we will continue our study of The Five Points of Calvinism. If you can spell 'tulip', you can remember the five points, which are, Total Depravity Unconditional Election Limited Atonement Irresistible Grace Perseverance of the Saint Last week we looked at Total Depravity ... More >>>


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Limited Atonement - by Michael Phillips
Five Points of Calvinism - Part 6 of 9
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John 10:7-30
Aug 14, 2005 pm - Over the last several Sunday afternoons, I've been teaching through the Five Points of Calvinism. I do this every few years, not because I think Calvinism is the Gospel, but because I believe it clarifies the Gospel. 'Total Depravity', for instance, does not tell me that sinners need to be saved, ... More >>>


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Irresistible Grace - by Michael Phillips
Five Points of Calvinism - Part 7 of 9
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John 6:37-44
Aug 21, 2005 pm - For the last couple of months, on Sunday afternoon, we have been working our way through the Five Points of Calvinism, which are: Total Depravity Unconditional Election Limited Atonement Irresistible Grace Perseverance of the Saints If I were grading the men who drew up the Five Points, I would ... More >>>


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Perseverance of the Saints - by Michael Phillips
Five Points of Calvinism - Part 8 of 9
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1 Peter 1:3-5
Aug 28, 2005 pm - For the last couple of months we have been studying the Five Points of Calvinism. Looking over my notes this week, it occurred to me the series has been long on theology and short on exegesis. While I retract nothing I've said, I wish I had spent more time in the text, to show you that the Five ... More >>>


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Hyper-Calvinism - by Michael Phillips
Five Points of Calvinism - Part 9 of 9
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Psalm 131:1
Sep 25, 2005 pm - This afternoon, with God's blessing, we will finish our study of The Five Points of Calvinism. Most of us did not grow up on these doctrines, but came to them later in life, and often with a great deal of enthusiasm. Zeal for the truth is a good thing, of course, but not only a good thing. It also ... More >>>


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