Reconsidering Tulip



Reconsidering TulipA Biblical, Philosophical, And Historical Response To The Reformed Doctrines Of Predestination This Book Is An Eastern Orthodox Assessment Of TULIP, Bringing To The Table , Years Of Theology And Thinking Which Is Usually Absent In The Typical Calvinist Vs Arminian Debates

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  • Paperback
  • 136 pages
  • Reconsidering Tulip
  • Alexander Renault
  • English
  • 15 December 2019
  • 0557949890

10 thoughts on “Reconsidering Tulip

  1. Christian Fauerso says:

    This is the best Orthodox and historically accurate treatment of TULIP It is not too academically lofty that the average person can t grasp the knowledge The book adequately deals with the impaired reformed theology of predestination Even if you fully embrace TULIP this is a worthwhile read.

  2. Christian Proano says:

    The book is rather simple and straight forward The author, himself was a Calvinist that started reading the Early Church Fathers until he converted to Christian Orthodoxy.He realized that for the first almost four hundred years two thousand for the Eastern Christianity the Fathers basically and implicitly spoke against what would be considered today as TULIP Again readers of the Early Church Fathers cannot help but to realize that Augustine who introduced the germ of Western theology, includ The book is rather simple and straight forward The author, himself was a Calvinist that started reading the Early Church Fathers until he converted to Christian Orthodoxy.He realized that for the first almost four hundred years two thousand for the Eastern Christianity the Fathers basically and implicitly spoke against what would be considered today as TULIP Again readers of the Early Church Fathers cannot help but to realize that Augustine who introduced the germ of Western theology, including Calvinism, introduced neoplatonic and pagan influences in the Western worldview of the Church Later theologians simply built upon that foundation until Calvin s adherents reached their own interpretation of Christianity.The book is concise and bullet pointed, briefly describing each TULIP doctrine, with a quick highlight of the philosophical fallacies, some verses to support the claims, a explanation of how the Eastern Church sees some of the Bible verses the Reformed use to substantiate their teaching, and a bunch of quote from the Church Fathers.The author has been able to keep a respectful and non argumentative attitude in this short book, this also serves as a birds view of how the Orthodox Church sees Reformed theology As a resource the book is very valuable

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