I think I have a pretty good basic understanding of what Calvinism teaches, especially the TULIP doctrine.
I'm attempting to understand Arminianism's Five Articles Of Remonstrance and I'm not quite sure what they're saying.
I can't come to the conclusion that a religious belief system is un-Biblical without first understanding what it does and doesn't teach and I don't fully understand what Arminianism does and doesn't teach. Maybe I should leave out the word "fully"
Yesterday I eat some rubbish food and today or this morning I felt rubbish ... Is it right to say rubbish food ... I would say I am thankful for my food ... Over the years I have found the different foods have an effect on the way I feel ... The reason being because of my health conditions ... Some foods don't cause pain some do cause pain so I try to avoid or eat less of some foods ... This observation has gone on for many years possibly thirty ... I have often prayed that these thorns would be
This touches on many different issues.
I've been attending a Church Of The Nazarene for at least a decade now.
I've seen a good side and a bad side to it.
I conclude more and more that going too far one way can be just as bad as going too far the other.
In the Church Of The Nazarene, it is strongly stressed that after getting saved, a person shouldn't just go right back to whatever it was that they were doing wrong before. In and of itself,
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I'm becoming more and more interested in doing research on Calvinism and Arminianism.
I'll basically, real quick, review some things I may have gone over in previous blog posts.
From what I've read, in Calvinism there is what is known as 5 Point Calvinism and in Arminianism there is what is known as 5 Point Arminianism. I've figured out that when many people say Calvinism, they mean 5 Point Calvinism and when many people say Arminianism, they mean 5 Point Arminianism.