John UK wrote: You will see from above that I believe in particular redemption, which the Calvinist calls limited atonement, whereby Christ our Saviour has atoned for the sins of God's elect in particular, and they can never come into condemnation, no matter what happens
Congratulations John in using the term "Calvinist" - Instead of "frenchy" Well done at last!!!
Dictionary:: *Particular.*:- "of or pertaining to a single or specific person, thing, group, class, occasion, etc., rather than to others or all; special rather than general"
*Limited*:- "confined within limits; restricted or circumscribed"
Ultimately there is no difference to the end result.
The "Particular" enthusiasts are being pedantic in their terminology. Perhaps John you will catch up with the Calvinists on this terminology too.
Always remembering that it is God who has applied (past tense) any limits to the salvation of the elect.