As I have been continuing my “5” series on Youtube, I recorded a video on the extent of the atonement. In it, I discuss five problems with the L in TULIP, also known as particular redemption. This is a subject I had done a lot of study on in the past, and I’ve recorded a number of podcasts on the subject. Also, it is a chapter in my book The Great Divide. Understand, when watching the video, that this is an overview of the subject rather than an extensive in-depth analysis of the various nuances of Reformed doctrine.
Five Problems with Limited Atonement
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Jordan Cooper is the pastor of Faith Lutheran Church in Watseka, Illinois. He is the host of the Just and Sinner podcast, and author of the books "Christification: A Lutheran Approach to Theosis," and "The Righteousness of One: An Evaluation of Early Patristic Soteriology in Light of the New Perspective on Paul." He runs Just and Sinner Publications with his wife Lisa, and has two children: Jacen and Ben.