Paul's Passing Thoughts

Basic Protestant Metaphysics in 7 Minutes

Posted in Uncategorized by Paul M. Dohse Sr. on April 17, 2018

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  1. John said, on April 17, 2018 at 2:41 PM

    The Christian love/life is subjective. Yes, I’ve heard that one, especially when one confronts a Calvinist on his/her idiotic beliefs and worldly actions.

    With all the realms in their theology, is it any wonder psychosis is rather prevalent among Calvinists (this I’ve witnessed myself)?

    How can acts of love that “we” do be from God if “we” don’t know (being subjective about the act) whether the act is “good.” So we would be second-guessing our entire life, because what’s good in your eyes are not “good” in mine, etc.

    My son says that (because Calvinists/Reformed sheep, etc. believe being born-again is a “work”) being born-again is like someone who walks up to you, randomly, in the local mall and gives you a pair of keys to a vehicle parked in the parking lot and saying to you it’s yours. It’s now up to you to go to the car and take it. So, when you get home, you can tell the happy family that someone gave you the keys and you did not have to do a darn thing to get it except go to it and take it. No “works.”, no coercion, simply free will. You could have given the keys back right there and then or thrown them in the bin a few minutes later.

    Calvinism is not subjective; it’s pure evil.


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