Translation of Calvinism in Spanish:


calvinismo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkælvəˌnɪzəm/ /ˈkalvɪnɪz(ə)m/


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    calvinismo masculine
    • The purpose of the book, therefore, is to examine Calvinism as a theological system and to compare it with traditional Baptist theology.
    • I do not think that this was precisely the Calvinism of John Calvin.
    • Critical to Calvinism was the doctrine of predestination, which regarded the salvation or damnation of each soul as preordained.
    • Priestley would also have nothing of such compromises either with the established Church or with Calvinism.
    • Universalism, also a protest against Calvinism, arose outside the established church.
    • This action eventually led to his theological shift from hyper-Calvinism to evangelical Calvinism.
    • Nevertheless, Calvinism, even during Calvin's lifetime, had become an international movement.
    • However, Philip believed that if Calvinism was successfully tackled it would enhance his power and put the region very much under his power.
    • Adherents prefer to say that authentic Calvinism is by nature evangelical.
    • He is newly ordained in this large congregation, in which many have no idea of what Calvinism, or for that matter, Arminianism, are.
    • Henry only saved his life by converting to Catholicism but when he escaped from Paris in 1576, he changed back to Calvinism and took over the lead of the Huguenots.
    • How much of Calvinism must one accept to be truly a Calvinist?
    • Not all Baptists embraced the modified Calvinism of Backus or accepted the conversion efforts of the Philadelphia Association.
    • What is certain is that Calvinism will continue to be present in Southern Baptist life as long as Baptist collegians continue to find it appealing.
    • Biblical Calvinism has always included a system of living as well as a system of doctrine.
    • What may seem paradoxical to some today is that theologically, Spurgeon tenaciously clung to traditional Calvinism.
    • Here he came to change his religious views, rejecting Calvinism which had the notion of predestination as a metaphysical necessity and the basis of faith.
    • Educators are noting that an increasing number of Baptist college students are embracing Calvinism.
    • Scotland was once the home of John Knox and his stern form of Calvinism.
    • What was then called the Spanish Netherlands was being tugged between Spain and independence, between Catholicism and Calvinism.