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David Benjamin Hewitt

So what brings you to my neighborhood, Dr. Lumpkins? :)


I’m probably safe in assuming that I won’t hijack the thread here . . . ?

Study continues on the books you recommended on Calvinism. This time around it was Michael Horton’s "For Calvinism". Once again, it was a good read. Would that all those discussing these matters were as gracious and generous as Horton is here and Roger Olson is in "Against Calvinism".

On the other hand, Dr. Horton didn’t persuade me, either . . . .

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