This is sort-of a question towards Pastors but all are welcome to engage this topic. I started wondering about this question when studying some of Spurgeon’s works and biographical history and seeing that he allowed D.L. Moody to preach from his pulpit (I believe twice) but also was a definate supporter of D.L. Moody's Revival/Crusades when there weren't many at the first. So...What is this question? : To the Calvinist: Would you allow a Non-Calvinist to preach from your pulpit, since you are steward over God's people?? To the Non-Calvinist: Would you allow a Calvinist to preach from your pulpit, since you are the steward over God's people?? I ask this because I find people are absolutely shocked that I personally would have no problem with this being a Non-Calvinist myself, specifically with regard to salvation. I do understand that this does imply that the preacher is/must be scripturally sounds in the basic biblical truths. And the second part of this question is: If so, what would you allow them to preach and to what criteria should they hold to in under your stewardship? Or would you limit them?? I was curious as to see how this plays out as it is of interest to me. Since I have been told I (as a Non-Calvinist) would not be allowed to preach in their churches (those I have spoke with) even after telling them they could preach in mine. Why? I would ask - because I am not a Calvinist! And then say they are upset because the Non-Calvinists would allow them to preach in their churches. It is a round-robin circle for both sides. I just wanted to see what input this would receive and to the "would you" and "why" and "how". What do you think my fellow laborers in Christ?