Theological in nature
From what I can tell, there are two Lapsarian Views in Calvinism, each with multiple names.
I've read that there are Calvinists that don't adhere to either Lapsarian View.
I've seen the terms "Five Point Calvinism" and "Five Point Calvinists". These are referring to the TULIP doctrine.
I've read that many Calvinists say that you HAVE to believe in all five points of the TULIP doctrine to be a Calvinist. However, I've read that there
Updated May 2nd 2013 at 11:46 PM by gringo300
I think I have a basic understanding of the Lapsarian Views within Calvinism now.
I still need to get a better concept of Arminianism.
I still need to get a better concept of Seventh Day Adventism.
I'm currently trying to learn everything I possibly can about Calvinism and Arminianism.
I've read that there is what's known as Five Point Calvinism and Five Point Arminianism.
I've read that many Five Point Calvinists say one has to believe in all five points of the TULIP doctrine to be a "true Calvinist" and that many Five Point Arminians say that one has to believe in all five points of the Five Points Of Remonstrance to be a "true Arminian".
I come to the conclusion, more and more, that there is Bible Christianity, and then many pseudo-Christianities.
The adherents of these belief systems claim that they are Biblical, when they obviously aren't. They contradict core Bible doctrines.
I've tried to have patience with the adherents of these belief systems, but it is getting harder and harder for me to do.
As I've said many times before, many people, on and off this site, single out Roman Catholicism
In doing the research that I am doing, I have come to realize that the term "Catholic" is a far more broad concept than I ever imagined.
I'm reading more and more about Breakaway Catholic Churches and Independent Catholic Churches. I'm very confused on whether or not they are the same thing or not.
Updated Dec 13th 2010 at 06:59 PM by gringo300