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Dead Men Can't Dance

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"When tested against the biblical standard, Arminianism displays a faulty anthropology. It frequently attributes to unbelievers spiritual abilities they do not possess."

On the first day of class, my seminary English Bible professor announced that he was a "Calminian." As he explained, there are certain passages in the Bible that are "Calvinistic" and others that are "Arminian." Throughout the semester he peppered his lectures with phrases such as "this is a Cal passage" or "this is a Minian text."


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Scott E. Churnock (MDiv, ThM) is pastor of Christ Presbyterian Church in St. Louis, Missouri.

Issue: "Choosing Grace" Jan./Feb. 2012 Vol. 21 No. 1 Page number(s): 30-35

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