I have been accused elsewhere of misrepresenting the Calvinistic position on the "fall of man". As I can see from the sixth chapter of the Westminster Confession of Faith, entitled: "Of the Fall of Man, of Sin, and of the Punishment Thereof". We are cearly told here in the opening statement: "I. Our first parents, being seduced by the subtlety and temptation of Satan, sinned, in eating the forbidden fruit. This their sin, God was pleased, according to his wise and holy counsel, to permit, having purposed to order it to his own glory." Not only are we told that God "permitted" the fall, - which I believe to be the only position in the Bible, - but, we are also told that God "purposed to order it to His own glory" Lest I be accused of not understading what this means, I have taken the time to look up "order" in the Oxford Dictionary. Which says: "The fixed arrangement found in the existing constitution of things; a natural, moral, or spiritual system in which things proceed according to definite laws" Now, for those who hold that Calvinism does not make God the author of sin, I would like them to deal with the above passage from the Westminster Confession. I would like to hear how else the word "order" can be taken, than God actually setting in motion the system of the creation of man, followed by his fall? Lets see some Scriptual references to support this blasphemy. The text given in the WC to support this, is Bomans 11:32, which reads, "For God hath concluded them all in unbelief, that he might have mercy upon all". I cannot see anywhere here where it says that God "ordered" to his glory the fall of man.