Jim Orrick– Mere Calvinism

Posted On March 11, 2019

On today’s Equipping You in Grace episode, Dave Jenkins and Jim Orrick discuss Calvinism rooted in Scripture, the current Calvinistic resurgence, and much more, along with his book, Mere Calvinism (P&R, 2019).

What you’ll hear in this episode

  • Why Calvinists should be concerned with reading, studying, and teaching the Bible.
  • Why Calvinism rooted in Scripture is more than just the five points and a whole worldview.
  • A brief explanation of what TULIP is and why it matters.
  • The most contested point of TULIP.
  • The most misunderstood point of TULIP.
  • The importance differences between once saved always saved and the perseverance of the saints and why it matters.
  • Why the five points of Calvinism should lead to humility and transformation in the life of the Calvinist.
  • Concerns about the current Calvinistic resurgence.
  • The strengths of the current Calvinistic resurgence.
  • Advice to a new Calvinist.

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