What would Calvin have to say about TULIP?
Seeing as Calvin was not present for the creation of TULIP would Calvin be a 5 point Calvinist?
TULIP is a interpretation of a man's theological order by man. I think if he were around today and you disagreed with him, either way, you could be labelled a heretic and possibly burned at the stake or shot with a "canon".
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