Arminianism and Calvinism

Arminianism and Calvinism

Apr 12, 2019 - Steve Greg covers the Five Points of Calvinism and shows their absurdity.
Steve follows up his lecture on the five points of Calvinism with a question-and-answer session.
One of the biggest differences between “Calvinists” and “Arminians” is the willingness to accept that God’s word can outrun our limited human reasoning.
Dr. Leighton Flowers, Director of Apologetics for Texas Baptist and Professor of Theology for Trinity Seminary, recounts the 5 points that helped to lead him away from his Calvinistic beliefs
John Piper | Gaffin Lecture on Theology, Culture, and Mission | Westminster Theological Seminary
If you are looking for a video that bashes the "other side" this isn't for you. Let's think through these issues with scripture in hand and grace in our hearts being unafraid of controversy and willing to speak the truth in love.
The five points of calvinism are Total depravity (total inability), Unconditional election, Limited atonement (Also called particular redemption or definite atonement), Irresistible grace (also called efficacious grace), and Perseverance of the saints.