So just so we Non Calvinists that "hate the sovereignty of God" are clear, it would be nice if the administrators here can tell us what we can and can not post about Calvinism. Or is that a violation of the rules to even ask that? I had a post closed down about Romans 8:7 and it was closed without any explanation. Then a Calvinist opens one with the exact same title, and it remains. So am I allowed to post on THAT one since it was started by a Calvinist? Also, is this a Calvinist forum in which that ideology is specifically spelled out on the forum somewhere? I belong to another forum where it is mostly Non Calvinist but the board rules are clear about what we believe and what version we use, so you know ahead of time if a particular topic is off limits. But on this board, it seems the Calvinists are permitted to disparage the Non Calvinists with impunity, and then complain that the Non Calvinists are the aggressors when we defend what we believe. Perfect example of this happening today. A thread I started on the "Other Christian Denomination" that addressed the false prophecies of 7th Day Adventist, Ellen G. White, was derailed (Post #6) by a poster who has done the same thing to several of my threads. So I would like a clear explanation as to just what threads we are and are not allowed to post on, and just how far we are allowed to go in defending the Non Calvinist position before it gets closed or comments snipped. Also on some of the pejorative language that occurs, if a poster tells me to go kill myself, am I permitted to point out that is wrong without being accused of initiating or causing dissension? Some of the rules that some of us have been infracted for, and for which our comments have been snipped don't really see where in the rules how some of these actions were applied and why, so assuming that this is not solely a Calvinist forum (and I guess I could be wrong, but don't see that in the rules), we Non Calvinists would like some clear guidelines as to what we can and can not post on the subject of Calvinism.