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Saturday, March 6, 2010

Founders Ministries Blog: Memo: How to smoke out a Calvinistic pastor in your church

Founders Ministries Blog: Memo: How to smoke out a Calvinistic pastor in your church

SBC Arminians attempting to smoke out Calvinist-leaning SBC Pastors and staff.


churchmousec said...

Interesting post, Phil -- thanks for letting us know. This will probably take place in more than just Baptist churches. The word 'Calvinism' lights the touch paper, I have found.

Reformation said...


Something is amiss, to wit, not seeing responses that come to me.

Found this serendipitously.


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