Cone – Culinary Calvinism

This is a single chapter work on Jay Adams. Adams describes Calvinism as a hamburger, with Limited Atonement as the main point of the whole thing.

Jay Adams has a way with words, and an excellent way of explaining the significance of the doctrine of limited atonement in the Reformed view.[1] He describes the T (total depravity) and P (perseverance of the saints) as the bun, holding the burger together, and the U (unconditional election) and the I (irresistible grace) as the lettuce and tomato. But the part that makes the burger a burger is the “meat” of the L (limited atonement).

Dr  Christopher Cone - Culinary Calvinism
Dr Christopher Cone - Culinary Calvinism
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