....."good men"? Often I read in posts on BB about controversial subjects that "good men" have different ideas/interpretations over X [whatever the subject may be]. So, tell me, how precisely does an individual attain to the position of a "good man"? Is a "good man" merely someone who happens to agree with the majority of one's own personal view(s) on theology? EX: Would an arminian consider John Gill a "good man"? Would a calvinist consider Finney a "good man"? According to Romans 3, I'm not so sure that we should call any person "good."