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Definition of Calvinists

Calvinist
Calvinist Cal"vin*ist, n. [Cf. F. Calviniste.] A follower of Calvin; a believer in Calvinism.

Meaning of Calvinists from wikipedia

- God and the authority of the Bible. Calvinists broke from the Roman Catholic Church in the 16th century. Calvinists differ from Lutherans (another major...
- Westminster Seminary California, argues that New Calvinists like Driscoll should not be called Calvinists merely because they believe in the five points...
- Confessionalists; the Neo-Calvinists; and the Positives and the Antithetical Calvinists. The Seceders were largely infralapsarian and the Neo-Calvinists usually supralapsarian...
- endorsed by Calvin or the Synod of Dort. The four-point Calvinists, like five-point Calvinists,[citation needed] accept a distinction initially made by...
- the elect only, which many Calvinists prefer to call particular redemption. Both sides (with the exception of hyper-Calvinists) believe the invitation of...
- be saved, he also creates some people who will be ****ed. Some modern Calvinists respond to the ethical dilemma of double predestination by explaining...
- and Eighty Years' War it had many Calvinists among its po****tion. When after the Pacification of Ghent the Calvinists in Holland and Zeeland received freedom...
- in volume 7 of the Encyclopédie criticising the puritanism of Geneva's Calvinist pastors and advocating the adoption of the enlightened arts as in France...
- Schmalkaldic War and Interim controversies, the Calvinist Reformation was spreading across Europe. Calvinists wanted to help Lutherans to give up "remnants...
- traditional Calvinists argued against the proponents of the Free Grace doctrine. Traditional Calvinists, and many other non-Calvinist evangelicals,...
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