27 November, 2016


The Five Points of Amyraldianism

1. The motive impelling God to redeem men was benevolence, or love to men in general.

2. From this motive He sent His Son to make the salvation of all men possible.

3. God in virtue of a universal hypothetical decree, offers salvation to all men if they believe in Christ.

4. All men have a natural ability to repent and believe the Gospel.

5. But as this natural ability was counteracted by a moral inability, God determined to give His efficacious grace to a certain number of the human race, and thus secure their salvation.

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