February 11, 2013

No Room for Calvinism at Louisiana College

Kelly Boggs, Baptist Message

Joe Aguillard, president of Louisiana College, recently articulated his position on the theological system known as Calvinism and its place at LC.

The theological teaching developed by John Calvin in the early 1500s is best known for its five points that are summed up in the acronym TULIP. Each of the letters in the word represents a key doctrine of Calvin’s theology.

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