Conversation Between Miss Annie and Christian Liberty

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  1. I completely agree with you that Muslims and Christians do not worship the same God. For what its worth, I don't believe Jews worship the same God as Christians anymore either.
  2. I'm going to be honest. I'm REALLY aggravated right now. I admire erowe1's ability to correct people with a completely cool demeanor, but at a certain point I just get ticked off. I honestly wanted to say a couple of things that were even more harsh than what I actually ended up saying. I just don't understand how most people can be so nonchalant about Terry's lying.
  3. Well, you'd then be a 4-point Arminian (or 3 if you also believe in total depravity.) Either way, I'd just consider you a moderate Arminian, though I'm not going to try to force you to identify with any label. But, I consider pretty much everyone who doesn't believe in unconditional election to be "Arminian" in some sense. That probably isn't strictly accurate though
  4. I didn't even know what Calvinism was when I was reading Spurgeon. All I knew was that after reading many of the devotionals, I was unsettled instead of having peace. I am not a Calvinist, but I am not fully Arminian either because I believe in eternal security. I guess that makes me a Calminian. :P
  5. Spurgeon was an interesting one. He's not Calvinistic enough for the very "high" Calvinists, yet he's too Calvinistic for the Arminians I respect at the very least that you don't lie about Spurgeon. Many Arminians falsely claim that Spurgeon wasn't a Calvinist, and even insult his intelligence by claiming that he didn't know what Calvinism was when he was talking about it! To be sure, Spurgeon's "Calvinism" was very different than that of A.W. Pink. There's as much variety among us as there is among non-Calvinists
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