I never got a chance to post in the previous thread, but thought it to be a great subject. There are plenty of other threads for Calvin free will debates. Anyway, I had two points. One is that the word heretic is used back and forth sometimes in a very flippant way. It is a harsh term, and should be reserved for only most extreme of circumstances. One is not a heretic because they disagree with someone's opinion about the Bible. Someone is a heretic when they believe and spread false doctrine. If you do not agree with me about free will, KJV, end times, etc that does not make one a heretic. If someone denies the divinity of Christ and that Christ is God, now that is a heretic. The second point is, we were on a mission trip last summer, in East Kentucky, going house to house. One guy brought out a box with a rattlesnake in it and want me or my team to put our hands in the box to test our faith. I chose not to stand around and argue with him, and moved on. I guess what I am trying to say is that I will spend all day trying to explain the Gospel, but I have no desire, nor am I going to waste time debating those who hate the Christian faith and ask questions like, "Can God create a rock too heavy for Him to lift?"