TULIP: The Pursuit of God's Glory in Salvation
by Piper, JohnPublished by : Crossway (Wheaton, IL) Physical details: 3 DVDs, sixteen 30-minute videos
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Sixteen, 30-minute DVD sessions with John Piper instruct groups in the five points of Calvinism so that they will uphold God's Word regarding God's saving work.
They are the fundamental tenets-better known as the "five points" of Calvinism, and they are abbreviated as TULIP: Total depravity, Unconditional election, Limited atonement, Irresistible grace, Perseverance of the saints.
John Piper walks study groups through each point in this DVD and its companion Study Guide, discussing the implications and the issues from a fully biblical perspective. Piper's 30-minute DVD teachings cover topics that include the meaning of "total" in total depravity, doing missions when God is sovereign, Romans 9 and the two wills of God, and ten effects of believing the five points of Calvinism.
This sixteen-session, guided group study equips facilitators, teachers, group leaders, and pastors to help their members understand the all-important differences between Calvinism and Arminianism. It also calls them to hold fast to biblical truth regarding God's salvific work in his people's lives.
2. A Summary of the Five Points of Calvinism
3. Irresistible Grace: Six Arguments
4. Irresistible Grace: Conditional Language and Biblical Truth
5. Total Depravity: Sin Is about God
6. Total Depravity: What Does "Total" Mean?
7. Unconditional Election: God Chose Individuals
8. TULIP: Reviewing Total Depravity and Irresistible Grace
9. Unconditional Election: Doing Missions When God Is Sovereign
10. Unconditional Election: What about Foreknowledge and Faith?
11. Unconditional Election: Romans 9 and the Two Wills of God
12. Limited Atonement: Why Did Jesus Need to Die?
13. Limited Atonement: Who Limits the Atonement?
14. Perseverance of the Saints: The Necessity of Endurance
15. Perseverance of the Saints: Kept by the Power of God
16. Ten Effects of Believing the Five Points of Calvinism