The Synod of Dordrecht (Dordt, Dort) was held in Dordrecht, the Netherlands, from 1618-1619. The Synod was called to respond to the teachings of Jacob Arminius and his followers who were called the Remonstrants.
The Canons of Dordt were authored to respond to this false teaching, and are the source of what are commanly referred to as the five points of Calvinism. These five points are easily remembered by the acrostic TULIP:
Limited (or Definite) Atonement
Perseverance (or Preservation) of the Saints
This is the first poster we have produced. It is printed on 100 pound cover stock paper (very thick), and is an impressive 24"X36" (2 feet X 3 feet).
The central engraving depicts the Synod, and on either side of the engraving is the registry of commissioners and delegates who attended and took part in this historic synod.
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