Another insightful article from Jeff Weddle about the inconsistencies of Calvinism.
If there were a sixth point to Calvinism’s TULIP, it would be Meticulous Determinism. Unfortunately, this would make it TULIPM, which doesn’t sound right. Perhaps TULIMP?
Meticulous Determinism is best defined by The Westminster Confession of Faith like so:
God from all eternity did by the most wise and holy counsel of his own will, freely and unchangeably ordain whatsoever comes to pass.
This includes sin and bad stuff.
One of the particularly bad things that has occurred in the course of human events is demon possession. Demons make people crazy. They throw them into fires and convulse them and all manner of other physically harmful things.
Jesus took the opportunity to demonstrate His divinity by casting out demons.
On one particular day, Jesus was charged with being a tool of Satan. Various Jewish religious leaders said the demons were cast out by the power of Satan.
Jesus said that…
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