I love fortune cookies! I know that a Calvinist kitten dies every time I read one, but I cannot help myself. My pastor and I often lunch at a Chinese restaurant, and we always chuckle and share our “fortunes” with each other.
If you think prayer is more than just trying to manipulate God into giving you what you want, …
If you think that there are things more important to God than your comfort, …
If you think the Bible has more to say about the Church than just the second chapter of Acts, …
If you suspect that how you *think* about God might be at least as important as how you *feel* about God, … Continue reading
The truth is, I have read The Institutes of the Christian Religion, Continue reading
I remember Ken Samples talking, during one of his Straight Thinking podcasts about regret: “Being a Calvinist, I don’t have many regrets, but if I did, one of them would be not serving in the military.” (Possibly not the exact wording.)
My brain locked onto, “Being a Calvinist, I don’t have many regrets…” As I pondered that thought over the next few months, I became entranced by it. It is so liberating. I have used the line as a joke for years, “Embrace your inner Calvinist – we don’t have regrets!” Continue reading
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Wintery Knight posted this video:
I watched it because I think it is good to challenge what I believe and to listen to good arguments against what I believe. I figure that if WK posted it, it was probably really good.
I figured wrong.