Long ago, a seminary theologian, trying to help a very unscholarly Black preacher make some progress in the deep thought, gave a one volume commentary to the preacher.
Some time later, the seminary PhD asked the Black preacher what he thought of the commentary.
The Black preacher said, "De Bible sho do shed some light on dat book."
Selah. Not the other way around.
The modern obsession with Calvinism is not a return to orthodoxy, it is a flight from the Word of God.
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14:16 (KJV) A wise man feareth, and departeth from evil:
14:8 (KJV) The wisdom of the prudent is to understand his way:
26:11 (KJV) As a dog returneth to his vomit,
Corinthians 3:18 (KJV) Let no man deceive himself.
LETTER FROM A READER
Dear Brother Van Nattan, I want to thank you so much for your Calvinism page; the article you uploaded by Brother Cloud, and the videos also. All the information has been such a blessing to me. I've been a Christian for almost 30 years, and spent 4 or 5 of those in the wilderness of Calvinism. It's discouraging to see Calvinism experience a resurgance.
As a homeschooling parent, I can tell you they are very influential in homeschool circles, especially the brand of Calvinism that embraces Reconstructionism and anything having to do with the Scottish Covenenters. (Why am I writing this? You must know this of course.)
Their love affair with all things Reformation has led them to publish a great deal for the homeschool market, especially through Veritas Press, Covenant, Logos, and now especially from the folks at Vision Forum. There is much deception out there. Thank you for making the truth available. God bless you.
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