"My son went off to college and became one of those blasted Calvinists!" shouted an angry Mark Tenderfoot, from Memphis, Tennessee. "I thought I had raised him right. We sent him off to school and a year later he comes to us and says 'Mom and dad, I'm a Calvinist.' It just broke our hearts. We still love him, but he's just not the same to us. Every time we see him we just can't get past it."
lol. God willing. 8~)
I dont get this part:
“Danny Douglas, pastor of Longview Baptist Church in Onida, Arkansas. “It’s one thing to say you welcome a Calvinist into your church. Of course we’d welcome one if he came, but we are going to be honest with him about his sin. For him to call himself a Christian and yet remain a Calvinist is just wrong. “
Why in the world would a Baptist not be able to confront a calvinist about their sin? Maybe I have not been long enough in the theological trenches but come on?
I know that there are some serious difference between a Calvinist and an Armenian do any of the rise to the level of heresy? I enjoy a good debate about the elect as much as the next guy but I seriously doubt if I met a person who displayed the fruits of the spirit, professed the faith, and was God centered in their life I would think they’re unsaved! even though they are wrong on election ;)