First, let me applaud this forums moderator for his active moderation and zero tolerance for baseless accusations, aspersions, and generally uncivil behavior. This type of moderation is long in coming and I applaud it. I recognize that the opinions of many who post on this topic (Calvinism) are shaped by anecdotal experience, not fact. Quoting Google searches on Calvinism to make the case that Calvinists are arrogant is intellectually dishonest. Keyword optimization has a disproportional effect on Google searches; often yielding a biased result. "isms" are not arrogant, people are. If you think differently then you open your own way of thinking to the same bias on the part of others. I know there is a battle royal going on in the SBC over Calvinism. Those who have a dog in that hunt are not exactly impartial, so discounting their hyperbolic statements is to be expected. When someone offers a cogent, reasoned, and rationale opinion during a debate; and they are attacked personally, but not substantially, it is a pretty good indicator that the person making the attack is not interested in the truth. In other words their motive may not be as pure as the wind-driven snow. Insults and rhetorical skills do not equal truth.