These are your two choice for or against the Gospel found in Scripture. A tulip is a flower with intertwining petals, without which, would not make up a complete flower. If one petal is removed from the flower, it ceases, for all intents and purposes, to be complete. It is the same with the essential doctrines of salvation. Each doctrine is essentially linked to the others. If one of them is removed, then the whole system falls into absurdity and contradiction. Calvinism is made up of much more than simply 5 points on salvation. The Puritans were keenly aware that if the essentials of the Christian faith were overthrown or changed, then true religious faith disappeared.
It would no longer be the faith of the Bible. It would not longer be the doctrines of the Bible. It would no longer be Christianity. The linked pages are a summary of the doctrines of grace which the Puritans consistently relied upon in their preaching and teaching.
Below, first there is a summary of the doctrines contained in TULIP, and then Puritans quotations on those individual doctrines.
Exposition of the Doctrines of Grace
Use the links to the right or below to jump quickly to the proper place you would like to go to. Consider: Gen. Keep in mind that election can be of individuals, John ; John ; Eph. I will be gracious to whom I will be gracious, and I will have compassion on whom I will have compassion. Joshua For it was of the LORD to harden their hearts, that they should come against Israel in battle, that He might utterly destroy them, and that they might receive no mercy, but that He might destroy them, as the LORD had commanded Moses.
We shall be satisfied with the goodness of Your house, Of Your holy temple. For many are called, but few chosen.
Mark Dever. Kevin DeYoung.
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David Dickson. Edward Donnelly. Daniel M Doriani. Iain Duguid. John Eadie. Alfred Edersheim. William Edgar.
Jonathan Edwards. Jim Elliff. Dr Sinclair B Ferguson. John V Fesko. J V Fesko. John Flavel. John Frame. Lee Gatiss. Dr Kenneth L Gentry Jr. John Gerstner. R W Glenn.
W Robert Godfrey. Graeme Goldsworthy. Liam Goligher. Ian Goligher. Thomas Goodwin. Wayne Grudem. Grover Gunn. Nancy Guthrie. John D Hannah. D G Hart. Robert Hawker. Michael Haykin. Steve Hays. Paul Helm. John Hendryx. Matthew Henry. A A Hodge. Charles Hodge. Anthony Hoekema. Andrew Hoffecker. Dr Michael S Horton.
Lee Irons. David Jackman. John Angell James. Dennis E Johnson. S Lewis Johnson. Terry Johnson. Phil Johnson. Hywel Jones. Dr Peter Jones. Zach Keele. Tim Keller. Meredith G Kline. John Knox. Andreas Kostenberger. Greg Koukl.
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R B Kuiper. Rev D H Kuiper. Abraham Kuyper. Steven J Lawson. Charles Leiter. David H Linden. Martyn Lloyd-Jones. Dick Lucas. Martin Luther. J Gresham Machen. Donald Macleod. Bryn MacPhail.
Henry Mahan. Fred A Malone. Thomas Manton. Walter Marshall. Hugh Martin.
Albert Martin. Keith Mathison. Colin Maxwell.