Something I find attractive and even persuasive about Provisionism is how simple, intuitive and relatable it is to the ordinary churchgoer. It’s a Sunday School, plain reading of the Bible, take the passages at face value kind of garden variety Gospel for the common man.
You don’t need to go through lengthy explanations, redefinitions of words and concepts, or a degree in philosophy to explain it. You don’t need to upend and overturn basic conceptions about Christianity like ‘God loves everyone’ and ‘Jesus died to save us all’.

Or imagine you’re doing street evangelism like Ray Comfort of Living Waters, you can get the basics of PROVIDE across to even the unchurched who only know about Christianity from indirect exposure (try accurately doing that for TULIP for contrast).

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