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Featured Re: Does Paul's conversion prove Calvinism's teaching on Irresistible Grace?

Discussion in 'Calvinism & Arminianism Debate' started by Humble Disciple, Jun 30, 2021.

  1. Van

    Van Well-Known Member
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    The verse supports my view, thus not twaddle.
     
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    Calvinism is never "found" in the bible, it is read into it using the presuppositions of false doctrine.
     
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    Calvinism is obviously false doctrine. I asked this question, why is it hard for a rich man to enter heaven, because irresistible grace would make entry a non problem for all. (Matthew 19:23) No answer was given.
    At least one Calvinist claimed those people entering the kingdom (Matthew 23:13) were not seeking God. Thus Calvinism requires a person to accept the bible does not actually mean what it says in verse after verse. Why did Paul speak to new Christians "as to men of flesh" if "men of flesh" could not comprehend spiritual milk? (1 Corinthians 3:1) Again, no answer from Calvinism. Why does 2 Thessalonians 2:13 say God chooses people for salvation through or by reason of faith in the truth. The answer from Calvinism, "that is not what it means..." And by the way, God does not desire all people to be saved, (1 Timothy 2:4) and Christ did not lay down His life as a ransom for all. (1 Timothy 2:6) On and on folks, the TULIP of Calvinism is not biblical except that once saved, always saved (P) is biblical.
     
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    It used to be “horse feathers”
     
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