Limited Atonement in 13 Minutes

Title: Limited Atonement in 13 Minutes
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The “L” in TULIP is usually the most controversial of the so-called five points of Calvinism. It stands for “Limited Atonement.” It’s the idea that Jesus’ work on the Cross actually accomplishes salvation for all of God’s elect. It’s not that he just made it “possible” for people to be saved; he saved a people. Though it’s often the most reviled of the points, to me it’s always been the easiest to substantiate. If we hold to some proper definition of omiscience, the doctrine develops well on its foundation. It is an exegetically inescapable conclusion that God elects.

Let’s talk about limited (definite) atonement in under 14 minutes.

For more on this (first two links are from me):

  3. A highly recommended essay from the late JI Packer:


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