Al Mohler & Paige Patterson to Debate Calvinism

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  1. Monergist

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    From the SBC Founders Blog:

    LINK TO ARTICLE (You have to scroll down a bit to find it.)

    This promises to be interesting. I hope a recording will be made availible.
     
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    I don't expect much from the debate. Neither of them would hold a candle to Dr. Lorin Cranford. He would eat both of them alive.
     
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    Really? And who is he and what does he believe?
     
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    Apparently he is a cannibal. Must be Calvinist.
     
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    Heh! Love it!
     
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    He is a former NT professor at SWBTS who mostly taught doctoral students. For several years he pastored in the Ft. Worth, TX area.
     
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    I know he does not agree with either Patterson or Mohler.
     
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    Hmmm...Should be a interesting debate though most debates are more about style over substance (Look at the Presidential Debates) and solve nothing. Perhaps though a cordial debate would be good rather than the ranting and raving that is all so common with this subject.
     

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