We are going to have a series of sermons on Reformation Basics – in particular, on the five points of Calvinism, commonly known as TULIP. Before addressing each specific point, important to address the general topic of controversy. We’re going to be discussing matters that distinguish us as a congregation from other congregations of Bible-believing, evangelical Christians. Isn’t it unnecessary to bring up these issues of disagreement when we have so much about which we agree? Why talk about Calvinism? Is it even biblical to do so?