Thursday, August 19, 2010

Tom's Calvinist School of Theology



Tom, an outspoken Calvinist critic on the internet, had the following to state recently.

One thing that the life of Clark Pinnock demonstrated is that embracing Arminianism is often the first step one takes on the Highway to Hell.

This is an opportunity for Tom to have an unedited platform to expound on his version of Arminian thought, at least for a while. Should his thoughts tread on the soft sensibilities of small children and pets I might reconsider but for the time being Tom is being afforded full adult rights.

Tom, the floor is yours ... tell me about hellbound Arminian theology.

Updated: Tom is keeping really busy with his internet engagements adding color to the anonymous James White mouthpiece Turretin Fan perpetual posts attacking Dr. Ergun Caner so he might have little time to take out of his busy apologetics schedule and teach us anything about Calvinism anytime soon. Woe is us.





7 comments:

William Watson Birch said...

Funny how Calvinism affected Fred Phelps's own highway to hell. Hmmm . . . . .

A.M. Mallett said...

In addition to that Dr. Pinnock started his journey as a Calvinist. I doubt goodman Tom realizes that.

bossmanham said...

Apparently Calvinism leads to open theism on Tom's logic, seeing as how Dr. Pinnock started as a Calvinist.

A.M. Mallett said...

Calvinism leads to Tomism as well as it's alter-Calvinist identity, PC-USA. If Calvinists held a sub-ecumenical gathering of Reformed sects, we would have Tom sitting across from Fred Phelps with the PC-USA rep glowering down the table at James White who would have an Imman whispering sweet little anti-Caner nothings in his ear as they all finger kicked lit matches at one another.

Kevin Jackson said...

Tom thinks man can CHOOSE to go to hell? Wow, what humanist man-centered thinking. ;)

DonaldH said...

Ungodly, insensitive, and non-christian statements.

A.M. Mallett said...

I think Tom is realizing that his high Calvinism might have him on the road to ruin and is therefore making himself scarce.
On another note there is an aspect of Calvinism that has God playing tricksters on people causing them to think they are saved when in fact He has reprobated them in reality, all for the glory of God in any event.

Tom, where are you??