The Development of Reformed Theology” is an informative, religious article, almost 6,500 words, that chronicles the leaders and history of the reformed theology movement. It outlines the basic tenants as found in the Calvinistic T.U.L.I.P concept of what it means to be reformed. For example, the “T” stands for “total depravity,” and “U” represents “unconditional election.” The “L” symbolizes “limited atonement”, while the “I” is for “irresistible grace.” Finally, “P” stands for the fifth tenant, which is “perseverance of the saints.” What’s more, “The Development of Reformed Theology” shows how Arminianism is different from the other primary types or Protestant theology. Once you’ve read this book, you’ll have a better understanding of what it means to be a Reformed Christian.
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Venice Kichura is a freelance writer who writes for several websites and has been published in print media. A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, Venice holds a Bachelor of Science in English and History. She started her writing career as a feature writer for a South Florida newspaper where she also wrote a weekly column. Venice has been published in several print publications, including “Connecticut Parents Magazine", “God Allows U-Turns”, "Pentecostal Evangel","Sonlight Christian Newspaper" and others. She’s written more than 1,000 internet articles which have been published in sites such as Suite 101 and Associated Content. As a writer for Demand Media since 2008, she's written numerous articles for websites such as "Garden Guides" and others. Venice has a passion for encouraging others in their Christian walk and has written book reviews for the Christianity section of About.com.