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Discussion in 'General Talk' started by CoreIssue, Jun 12, 2015.

  1. CoreIssue

    CoreIssue Administrator Staff Member

    There is no freewill in Calvinism. The attempt to say there is freewill as stated here is a blatant redefinition of the word and totally nulifies its meaning.

    And note they only mention those to be saved. It is a shock to many of them and totally unacceptable that this means God also determines who goes into the Lake for eternity.

    Attempts at saying we are sinners and thus deserve it therefore justifying only some being picked to be saved is illogical and ill thought out.

    For it remains a fact that since we are born with sin natures and per Calvinism cannot even want to look for God on our own then it is totally unjust to say those not chosen for salvation belong in the Lake. And that is because they did not choose to be born as they were, they cannot do anything to change what they are per Calvinism and they are never given any chance in any form to escape the Lake per Calvinism.

    Yet they call this just. That being what one was born to be with no options deserves punishment.

    We are nothing more than robot under Calvinism. Simply playing out our assigned roles and scripts.

    The God of Calvinism is arbitrary, unjust, cold and a liar since the Bible says completely different things about God than Calvinism says about him.

    If anyone doubts this then read the core tenants of Calvinism. These are commonly called the TULIP.

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